A statue of Flemish immigrants awaiting their passage to North America has found a permanent home in the Delhi Tobacco Museum and Heritage Centre.
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.
Brant County Mayor Ron Eddy has been given a five-day suspension of pay after the county's integrity commissioner found him in violation of the municipality's Code of Conduct.
They looked pretty sweet on the weekend on their bicycles built for two.
If you’re heading out on the water, you need to be prepared.
Norfolk council has taken the first steps toward meeting the housing needs of all the county’s residents.
Norfolk councillors have agreed to pay about $45,000 for renovations to the medical centre in Port Dover.
The Grand Erie District School Board is spending $21.8 million to upgrade its schools.
Libraries are evolving into spaces of innovation, challenging the traditional notion of what they should be.
Steve Smith, aka Red Green, used his folksy humour on Saturday to pontificate on everything from marriage and childbirth to aging and technology.
Two Norfolk men who have created a lasting legacy in agriculture were honoured Sunday.
A poster campaign is trying to put a new face on local immigration.
Michelle Jenereaux didn’t need much persuading at an open house at Fanshawe College’s James N. Allan Campus in Simcoe.
More than 800 people seeking out ways to improve their health were expected to come through the doors at The Aud on Saturday.
Two actors who drew their early training and inspiration from Norfolk County are returning with a musical homage to their rural roots.
The Grand Erie District School Board may be headed toward a more permanent solution for dealing with students attending Young Canada Day at the Norfolk County Fair.
Plans for Tollgate Technological Skills Centre to celebrate a milestone anniversary stemmed from a bit of a sticky situation.
The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board wants to expand the free after-school and weekend languages programs it offers elementary school students.
Holy Trinity Catholic High School took top spot among area high schools, according to a ranking just released by the Fraser Institute.
Steve Talos loves teaching, so when he turned 65 he had no intention of retiring.
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.