Canadian Blood Services is feeling better about the situation in Port Dover following a well-attended donor clinic on Friday.
Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer
The rejection of a crematorium proposal for Simcoe this spring wasn’t the dead- end some made it out to be.
A senior social worker in Haldimand and Norfolk provided a clue this week as to why the Ontario government is determined to increase Ontario’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
A bold colourful statement about healthy active living is coming to downtown Simcoe.
Norfolk County has no idea where it stands on a proposed recreational hub in Simcoe yet already the project is making substantial demands on the municipality’s treasury.
Turkey Point will learn this fall whether natural gas will be an energy option in the future.
The organizers of Summerfest in Turkey Point are doing fine.
Norfolk County generated some pin money for itself last year by making your tax dollars work a little harder.
Haldimand County will welcome its first craft brewery sometime this fall.
Police would like to speak to a number of youths who are suspected of vandalizing dozens of trees along the Norfolk Sunrise Trail in Simcoe this week.
A major summer cycling tour through Norfolk this week will likely generate positive word-of-mouth about the county’s trail system.
The next generation of medicine in Norfolk County is taking shape at the Roulston’s Wellness Centre in Simcoe.
The Simcoe Corporate Building on Robinson Street is on the agenda of a closed-door meeting of Norfolk council next week.
Local agents have noticed a distinct slowing of momentum in the Norfolk real estate market since the Wynne government moved to cool housing sales this spring.
Local music fans will be treated to a one-two country punch at the Norfolk County Fair this fall.
The owner of the new county administration building in downtown Simcoe is nearing his objective of leasing all available space.
The tragic death this week of Mary Faludi is a bitter pill for friends and family alike.
The Greenwood Cemetery board is cracking down on certain mourning practices and the effect they have on the graveyard’s appearance and upkeep.
High sodium in the water from the Cedar Street well-field is a chronic problem with no obvious remedy.
Norfolk received a reminder Wednesday that conditions in the countryside are bone dry and that brush fires can break out anywhere at any time.