It had been six long seasons since the Valley Heights Bears senior girls volleyball team reigned atop the NSSAA mountain.
Motorists having business involving Highway 6 may want to find an alternative route for the next few days.
Drug charges against five people were dropped in Ontario Court last month while one person took the blame for thousands of dollars worth of illegal dr
Allowing right turns on a red light at the intersection of Church Street West and James Street in Delhi sounded like a good idea when Norfolk council
It’s easy to notice the pride Miranda Afrasiabi has in herself for going to college and becoming a Registered Practical Nurse.
Last Sunday, relief pitcher John Axford tweeted a picture of himself from when he was a kid.
Municipalities are used to stepping aside when senior levels of government flex their muscle.
Holy Trinity student Nicole Dunn has always wanted to help those less fortunate, so when a mission trip opportunity was presented, she jumped at the c
Folks at the Norfolk Family Eye Care building got a little more than they bargained for Feb. 13.
The saying “It takes a village to . . .” has certainly been true for Shelly Hall as she has reinvented herself during mid-life through education.
Norfolk council’s silence this week spoke volumes about the prospects of a multi-million dollar recreation hub in Simcoe.
Norfolk is unlikely to assume responsibility for shovelling sidewalks across the county anytime soon.