Emergency crews have suspended their search for a 68-year-old man who fell through the ice at the Waterford North Conservation Area on Saturday afternoon.
Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer
Few things are as enjoyable as a long, leisurely picnic with family and friends.
A Norfolk educator is awaiting a disciplinary hearing before the Ontario College of Teachers following a dispute with public health nurses over the administration of vaccines.
Staff and students at Valley Heights Secondary School are under a drinking water advisory for the second time in less than a year.
A Norfolk councillor would like the county to step up its repaving program while oil prices are favourable.
The Ministry of Transportation doesn’t believe there is anything special about the intersection of Fertilizer Road and Highway 3.
Changes could be coming to your recycling box.
Landlords dodged a bullet this week at Norfolk council.
Three people are being treated for potential exposure to rabies after coming in contact with a rabid cat in the Glanbrook area.
The Norfolk Shrine Club will not be out of pocket for $75 worth of pop and beer cans stolen from their drop- off depot in Simcoe last month.
Canadian Muslims were grateful they were living on this side of the border as Donald Trump blustered his way into the presidency.
When the province says jump, municipalities ask “How high?”
Courtland can look forward to high-speed Internet, telephone and cable TV sometime in the near future.
Tuesday featured a night of farewells and departures at Norfolk council.
Norfolk’s Agricultural Advisory Committee has made its feelings known on buildings that can be used as bunkhouses in the rural zone.
Nerves began to fray at the end of the fourth and final day of Norfolk’s 2017 operating budget deliberations on Monday.
Norfolk County was declared the Forest Capital of Canada in 2008, but in recent years it has been running a serious tree deficit.
It takes unique circumstances to produce a unique storm.
Mild Januarys make people forget what a beast winter can be.
Norfolk County has figured out a way to live up to its funding commitment to Norfolk General Hospital without socking it to taxpayers.