It appears work at local schools won't be affected by the Tory government's cancellation of a $100-million school repair fund.
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 Grand Erie District School Board has approved a balanced $326-million operating budget, up more than $7 million from the previous year, setting the course for the next school year.
More than 200 kids from across Ontario are expected at an "unbirthday birthday party" at Mohawk Park on July 8.
A ruling by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal that he was discriminated against on the basis of age is a bittersweet victory for a Brantford teacher.
Part 2 of an effort to reach out to the community, particularly those most in need, went off with a bang on Sunday.
A Six Nations family is hoping doctors at a Columbus, Ohio, hospital will help give their baby son a normal life.
A former Norfolk County man who pleaded guilty in an animal abuse case that saw more than 1,500 hogs die last year at his farm near Frogmore was sentenced on Thursday to a lifetime ban on owning or caring for farm animals.
Two hundred local children are on a waiting list to be matched with mentors who could help steer the course of their lives.
High-end, long-lasting home improvement products were attracting lots of interest on Saturday at the Brantford Home Show.
Eighteen-week-old Charm, a fluffy Labrador-Burnese mountain dog cross, doesn’t know she’s destined to change someone’s life.
After three years of attending Eat & Drink Norfolk, Teagan Davenport knows how to prepare.
Annaleise Carr became the youngest person to swim across Lake Ontario in 2012 at the age of 14.
Performing with famous rock stars is becoming a bit of a habit for the Paris Port Dover Pipe Band.
A Brantford transgender woman says she's hopeful she will be able to join the reserves after the Canadian Forces admitted they made a mistake in denying her application because of the medication she takes.
It has been almost 10 years since Adam DeGroote lost his father to cancer.
There’s a lot of comfort in Sarah Yetman’s quilting.
Things got a little wild on the weekend at the Aud.
With just a bit of information gleaned from Facebook posts about the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Maria last September, Josh Krug made an impulsive decision to travel there in December.The 31-year-old third-year architecture student at George Brown College has a background in renovation work and thought he could help.He’s also an adventurer who
Emily Chung was tired of feeling ripped off when she took her car in for servicing.
Simcoe’s Holy Trinity Catholic High School was the top high school in the local area, according to a ranking just released by the Fraser Institute.