Rabies is showing up in unlikely places in southern Ontario now that the deadly disease has re-established a foothold in the province’s raccoon, skunk and fox population.
Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer
One man’s campaign to bring a crematorium to Simcoe died this week at Norfolk council.
Local public school trustees are satisfied that the Grand Erie District School Board has addressed its liability concerns over Young Canada Day at the Norfolk County Fair.
The emerald ash borer’s assault on ash trees in Norfolk is over.
Liability concerns are pushing Norfolk County in the direction of major modifications to the courtyard on the west side of Governor Simcoe Square.
Norfolk County sent a message to the Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care earlier this year about mandating programs without fully funding them.
Police have received useful feedback following the release of photos related to a fatal hit-and-run collision in Delhi March 17.
Water technicians in Port Rowan were concerned last spring when trace amounts of E.coli and coliform bacteria turned up during a test at the town’s filtration plant.
Project Lifesaver has been a fact of life in Norfolk County for the past six years.
Hundreds of homeowners in Norfolk are about to receive municipal trash collection for the very first time.
Residents of the Dover Coast subdivision on the east side of Port Dover better enjoy the two holes on the west side of their golf course when it opens this summer.
A Delhi woman killed in a hit-and-run collision last week rejected her family’s attempts to help her.
Norfolk County continues to grapple with the fallout from the severe windstorm that blew through southern Ontario March 8.
The changing of the guard continues at Governor Simcoe Square.
Politicians and bureaucrats aren’t the only ones who waste taxpayers’ money.
The woman who died in a hit-and-run collision in Delhi last week was “a troubled soul” who would regularly stop traffic in town as part of an aggressive panhandling strategy.
Norfolk County is preparing to award the contract for the third and final phase of the Main Street rebuild in Port Dover.
Another baker has plans to open a shop in downtown Simcoe.
Investors who are in the process of acquiring the Gamble Shipyard in Port Dover envision a waterfront condominium community along the banks of the Lynn River complete with shopping and walking trails.
An agent acting on behalf of Norfolk has been authorized to sell industrial land in China on behalf of the county.