Dog owners in Norfolk pay for the cost of canine control through the yearly sale of tags.
Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer
A Norfolk businessman has lodged a complaint after a lengthy stretch of sidewalk materialized this summer in front of his property.
The First World War was a hot topic of discussion in Simcoe and surrounding area 100 years ago.
Norfolk Fire & Rescue doesn’t believe in wasting calls.
The Brant-Norfolk chapter of Habitat for Humanity is in the process of obtaining land in Simcoe for a housing project.
Residents and businesses that rely on holding tanks will have time to adjust to Norfolk’s policy of 100 per cent cost-recovery.
Long Point is home to 1,000 parcels of land with an assessed value of $500 million.
Scotts Canada has received the green light to proceed with an expansion of its processing facility in Delhi.
The OPP identified a wanted man in Simcoe this week with a history of running the police.
Two Norfolk youngsters got a rare inside look into the high-stakes world of policing on Wednesday.
Women in Norfolk and Haldimand who are having a tough go of it will know this Christmas that someone is pulling for them.
A “safety village” serving Haldimand, Norfolk and Six Nations hopes to open its doors to the public by 2020.
Farmers are encountering mounting resistance from the province when it comes to livestock predation claims.
Norfolk council will be asked this week to consider a land swap in Delhi to allow a local business to expand.
The matter of new recreation infrastructure in Norfolk was handed off to county staff this week in anticipation of a critical council meeting January 30.
Local fairs and festivals that receive automatic financial support from Norfolk County will continue to receive annual cheques in the mail without application.
Residents of select neighbourhoods in Norfolk County can look forward to increased traffic now that winners have been chosen in this year’s Christmas Panorama home-decorating contest.
Next week’s meeting of Norfolk council could prove pivotal to the future of local recreation.
A Tavistock man charged in connection with the deaths of more than 1,500 pigs near Frogmore in February is scheduled to enter a plea in the new year.
Police have identified the man who died at St. Joseph’s School in Simcoe this week.