After years of debate, Norfolk County finally has something resembling a feral cat control program.
Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer
Hotel chains have a hard time figuring out places like Norfolk County.
Merchants on Robinson Street were frustrated to learn recently that a section of the new sidewalk in the neighbourhood will have to be ripped up and replaced.
“What do we do with a stinky dumpster? / What do we do with a stinky dumpster? / What do we do with a stinky dumpster? / Earl-i in the mornin’!”
Coun. Noel Haydt has accused his council colleagues of thwarting the ambitions of Port Rowan-area Ward 1.
Norfolk General Hospital has declared victory after a long and difficult battle against C. difficile.
Local home builders warn that proposed delays in approving projects will cost Norfolk jobs, new assessment and impede efforts to rejuvenate the county’s downtown cores.
Farm taxes in Norfolk will stay where they are despite years of galloping increases in the value of prime agricultural land.
Norfolk council adopted a policy several years ago stating that all new subdivisions will have sidewalks on at least one side of the street.
Bruce Milner is a commercial fisherman to the core of his being.
Norfolk council received assurances this week that repair work to the Misner Dam in Port Dover will be tendered this year and completed before the arrival of winter.
If you’re having a hard time figuring out what rainy springs are good for, Norfolk Fire & Rescue has some answers.
An international group of painters picked a bad week for an artists’ retreat in Norfolk County.
Port Rowan Coun. Noel Haydt wants Norfolk to get its slap-happy sign department under control.
Repairs to Talbot Gardens in Simcoe could happen sooner rather than later.
The Norfolk OPP’s Street Team is mowing down drug dealers in 2017 with such precision that a senior member of the force wonders why criminals even bother.
Norfolk council has been remarkably stable since its inception in 2001.
This year began normal enough but since February it has been much wetter in Norfolk than usual.
Some in the Port Rowan area are pushing back against Norfolk County’s recent decision to remove the Concession A bridge.
Simcoe residents responded positively this weekend to a request for restraint from Norfolk’s public works department.