Norfolk staff is recommending $72,000 in renovations to this heritage building at Governor Simcoe Square. The building could be leased to the Simcoe and District Chamber of Commerce and the Simcoe Business Improvement Area or a potential private-sector tenant. Norfolk council will consider a report on the proposal Tuesday afternoon. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Heritage building in play

Norfolk council would welcome the Simcoe and District Chamber of Commerce and the Simcoe Business Improvement Area as a tenant at Governor Simcoe Squa

The Haldimand-Norfolk Community Street Crime Unit received a Law Enforcement Recognition Award Thursday at the annual Crime Stoppers luncheon in Renton. The street crime unit has arrested 110 people in the local area over the past year in connection with offences ranging from narcotics to property crime. At left is Insp. Lisa Anderson, interim chief of the Norfolk OPP, while at right is David Forster of Bolton, president of the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association and a guest speaker at Thursday’s luncheon. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Street crime unit has impact

The Haldimand-Norfolk Community Street Crime Unit has been making its fair share of headlines in the local area over the past year.

Activists send a message

A cutback in working hours for personal support workers and registered practical nurses at Park Lane Terrace has raised concerns about resident care,

Interchange project good to go

Brant County council is being urged to move ahead with a long-held $14-million quest to build the Highway 403/Bishopsgate Road interchange and lobby Q

   

Nearby