Craig and Melanie Kernaghan aren't gamblers, but they were off to buy some lottery tickets Tuesday afternoon.
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Things are going to get a little screwy at Lighthouse Festival Theatre over the next few weeks.
Premier Kathleen Wynne made her final stop on the 2018 provincial campaign in Port Dover Wednesday afternoon.
Delhi's Albert Guiler is looking to bring his years of experience working in municipal government to Norfolk's council chambers this fall.
Norfolk County's popular Student Student Start Up Program has returned.
Mike Mathews was taken aback by the support he received running for 30 straight hours at the Norfolk County Fairgrounds for Make-A-Wish Southwestern Ontario.
Local residents will be able to share their ideas for the future of downtown Simcoe during the upcoming Imagination Walk.
Mother Nature held out just long enough for area students to enjoy Beach Day 2018.
When she was a Norfolk County employee, Doreen Oates was unable to run for council.
Have you ever made big plans only to have them go awry?
Area students won’t be the only ones attending Norfolk County’s beaches on Friday.
You won't see her name in the press clippings with a medal around her neck, but Kerri Bolt meant as much to The Pitt Martial Arts centre in La Salette as any coach or competitor.
Norfolk residents can now go bottoms up for a good cause.
Norfolk drivers are making things a little too easy for thieves to target their vehicles, police say.
When it comes to high jump, Simcoe Composite's Jasper Cowan makes it look easy – really easy.
Dave Howard hadn't been playing squash that long when he decided officiating the sport would be a wise choice.
In celebration of its 65th anniversary, the Norfolk Association for Community Living gave its workers something amazing.
Booth's Harbour artist Lynette Carrington-Smith will never forget the first time she laid eyes on a large yellow lady's slipper orchid.
Wholesome Pickins in Delhi isn't just growing fruit this spring.
The transportation program at Valley Heights Secondary School recently got a big lift -both literally and figuratively -courtesy Tigercat Industries.