A provincial pennant will hang high above Misner Park courtesy the Port Dover Clippers.
For 100 years, St. John's Anglican Church has stood tall at 23 Dover St., in Otterville.
Sidewalks, trails, and paved shoulders for cyclists will form part of a new approach at town hall that aims to encourage residents to be more physical
Social housing officials are figuring out how they will make use of a sudden influx of $2.6 million in provincial-federal grants.
At the back of the Evergreen Heights Christian Fellowship Church in Simcoe sit five garden beds, each one housing a variety of vegetables.
Coast Guard rescue teams on both sides of the border were scrambled this week in response to a report of a missing woman in Port Stanley.
Bad blood between two motorists has resulted in assault charges against a Selkirk man.
Port Dover will get at least two and probably four new doctors in the coming weeks now that town hall has sold its medical building to a community gro
They had a graduation party this week for the ALUS program in Norfolk.
They grow the same cash crops, raise the same livestock, use similar production systems.
Is there anything more Canadian than the vacation the Tragically Hip are on right now?
Norfolk council will find itself behind the proverbial eight-ball when it goes to set next year's tax increase in January.