Steve Talos loves teaching, so when he turned 65 he had no intention of retiring.
Michelle Ruby, Brantford Expositor
Michelle Ruby has covered a wide variety of beats, including education, county council, and general assignment reporting, since joining The Expositor in 1999. She currently writes entertainment and education stories, including a regular In The Schools column.
The head of a local elementary teachers' union said there has been a marked increase in violent and aggressive behaviours by students in all school boards, including Grand Erie.
The executive director of Brant Family and Children's Services said rising fentanyl use in the city is increasing the number of children in the agency's care.
ST. GEORGE -- There's a lot of puppy love in Catherine Meathrel's house.
PARIS -- A medical marijuana operation in Paris is planning to start shipping its product by mid-October.
Residents are urged to take precautions after two more raccoons in the area tested positive for rabies.
A budget of about $121 million, slightly higher than the previous year, went through the first step of approval on Tuesday at a meeting of the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board.
Whether students lack the write stuff without instruction in cursive handwriting is a matter of debate.
In the end, the Grand Erie District School Board decided to stick with status quo – mostly – for Young Canada Day.
Continued declining enrolment at the secondary level means the Grand Erie District School Board likely will need to cut staff next school year.
Woodman Community Centre is packed with noisy March Break campers happy to have a week out of the classroom.
OHSWEKEN -- A paddling festival hosted by Six Nations tourism will launch in July.
Declining availability of qualified workers may result in hard-to-fill jobs and hiring from outside Grand Erie.
A precision machine tools maker based in Japan has selected Brantford as the home of its new North American motor core parts manufacturing facility.
The Grand Erie District School Board is looking at capping French immersion enrolment next year as it considers a longer-term plan to manage growth of the popular program.
The Ministry of Education has put a stop to the Grand Erie District School Board's plan to eliminate French immersion instruction in kindergarten.
Eliminating French immersion instruction in kindergarten isn't the way to manage a shortage of space for the popular program.
Public concern has caused the Grand Erie District School Board to take a second look at plans to deal with the growth of the its French immersion program.
In just seven days, a community of almost 3,000 managed what would seem impossible, bringing a full-blown Christmas in October to an ill little boy who stole their hearts.
As an optician, one of Catherine Labrecque-Rowntree's greatest joys is watching someone slip on their very first pair of glasses and knowing she helped give them, quite literally, a whole new view of the world.