It’s quite a sight – hundreds of sheep grazing peacefully on the snow-covered fields of Norfolk County.
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In addition to a heralded career with Norfolk General Hospital – one that spanned nearly 40 years - Steve Egan also has a way with words.
Colin Sanders is just a few days into a trip that will see him row across the Atlantic Ocean in support of Community Living associations in Ontario.
There will be a whole lotta strummin’ going on Sunday at First Baptist Church in Simcoe.
Dolly Parton's songs aren't the only thing about the famous entertainer that's stood the test of time.
As they planned for their annual Christmas-themed puppet show at Lighthouse Festival Theatre, Port Dover residents Byron and Marlene Morton came up with a bright idea – literally.
A group of youths responsible for significant damage caused to Delhi's E & E McLaughlin Sports Park has been identified.
Could your family use some help during the holidays?
A 'magnificent seven' of sorts was on full display in Simcoe on the weekend.
Members of the Delhi-based Norfolk Soccer Club feel like they've been handed an off-season red card.
It doesn't feel a lot like Christmas around most of Norfolk County yet, but one trip into Simcoe after dark can change all that.
A group of local students is putting the heat on the federal government to introduce plain and standardize tobacco packaging within Canada.
A brand new lighthouse stands tall in Simcoe's Wellington Park, just in time to celebrate the holidays.
It's not uncommon for a community to support its food banks at Christmastime, what you don't see everywhere is the commitment shown by Norfolk County residents and businesses to do so.
The Tree of Celebration that sits outside the Norfolk General Hospital Foundation office is in need of decorations.
It will be a ‘souper’ day in Simcoe Nov. 21.
Some people think that a small high school offers fewer choices for students.
In volleyball – and in life – it's the little things that can make all the difference.
Several people in the Port Rowan area are up in arms over news that the local CIBC branch will close next year.
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