The Simcoe Storm has applied for relocation to a pair of centres for next season.
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It was love at first swing for Delhi infielder Evyn Sherman and Macomb Community College in Michigan.
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Chuck Winters is known as one of the best two-sport athletes North America has seen.
The friends and neighbours of Delhi resident Sally Ann Dollard want answers.
Armed with a pen and his trusty ukulele, Brad Morden is ready for battle.
The 34th annual Marci Cook Memorial Simcoe Arms Tournament went off without a hitch, despite some hefty challenges placed in its way.
The opener of the 34th annual Marci Cook Memorial Simcoe Arms Tournament will be a strong candidate for best game of the weekend.
Even as a baby, Nathan Pearson found a way to make an impact on those around him.
The forecast in Welshpool, Wales was a balmy 10 degrees Celsius on Friday, much nicer than the -6C Norfolk County provided.
Jessica Stefan and her family are serious about creating a bright future within Norfolk.
The Simcoe Thunder is looking to take care of some unfinished business.
Old Man Winter isn't gone just yet, however his grip on Norfolk County may weaken by the weekend.
The story of Leonard 'Red' Kelly's life isn't just of interest to hockey fans but literary experts as well.
The TD Canada Trust branch at 46 Norfolk St. will close this summer with operations shifting to the location on the Queensway East.
There's a new way to experience Norfolk County, one sip at a time.
Members of Simcoe and District Minor Hockey are urging council to take an extended look at all options regarding the fate of Talbot Gardens and Norfolk County recreation.
The students and staff at St. Frances Cabrini are a ‘Compassionate Crew’, just ask Tammy Vallieres.
For the last 12 months, Garrett Sales had just one goal and he accomplished it last Friday.
Delhi’s Kyle Van Wynsberghe spent the past four years catching passes with the Carleton Ravens, now he’s looking to secure a Canadian Football League contract.