After six years as an assistant, Townsend native Jim Midgley has been named head coach of the Halifax Mooseheads.
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A group of DDSS teachers is looking to make a further impact on not just the school but community at large.
Elgin Avenue Public School will receive $6.2 million from the province for improvements, the Ministry of Education announced Monday.
For someone that never planned on becoming a photojournalist, Zachary Prong has made quite an impression on the industry.
Local students were taken on a trip back in time Friday.
Playwrights William Matthews and Bruce Davies had just one thing in mind when crafting The Full Mounty.
An upcoming proposal to Norfolk council would get Talbot Gardens back in the game for the 2017-18 hockey season.
Norfolk's Special Olympians had their moment in the sun – literally – on Wednesday.
Members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union don't want to see the LCBO go the route of privatization like Hydro One and Highway 407 in the Toronto area.
Statistics released by the Simcoe & District Real Estate Board show a decrease in residential listings compared to this time last year.
Ask anyone involved with Special Olympics and they’ll tell you the opening ceremonies at a provincial or national event is an unforgettable experience.
The Norfolk County Fairgrounds will soon be transformed into a medieval battleground
Stacy Botting thought she was in the clear.
As she sat down in her office chair and promptly kicked both feet up on the desk, 11-year-old Chloe Binkley appeared quite comfortable in her new role.
The choice to bring the Ram Rodeo Tour to Norfolk County a second time wasn't much of a decision at all.
Messages of hope and love will light up Simcoe's Wellington Park Friday evening.
Amber Ball was getting ready for a party when she got the terrible news.
As Canada’s 150th birthday approaches, Haldimand-Norfolk MP Diane Finley is looking to celebrate the people and places that have made her riding of Haldimand-Norfolk what it is today.
Just like eyeing a putt on your home course, there’s a real sense of comfort when it comes to The Ladies Foursome for Sharon Heldt and Melanie Janzen.
From the moment he arrived in 1977, Mike Moustos loved Delhi and the town has loved him right back.