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Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
Green projects cancelled
DELHI – Green Bug ’s plan was to establish several clean hydro-electric generators across Ontari...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Ready to roll for PD13
Port Dover is accustomed to hosting big parties, but this week might see the largest one ever. Organ...
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
Boost for ginseng growers
Ontario ginseng has become a hot commodity in markets around the world in the past decade, and Canad...
Wednesday - 27th June, 2018
How Norfolk built Cleveland
ST. WILLIAMS – Visitors to Cleveland, Ohio, may not realize it, but in an important sense they are...
Wednesday - 20th June, 2018
‘Balls of fire in the air’ Family survives lightning strike in Courtland
COURTLAND — Craig and Melanie Kernaghan aren’t gamblers, but they were off to buy some lottery t...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
Simcoe Lions on board
A major service club in Norfolk has thrown its support behind the drive for recreational renewal in ...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
‘Victory for older workers’
A ruling by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal that he was discriminated against on the basis of age ...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
Elgin project on hold
The scheduled renovations of Elgin Avenue Public School have been put on hold. Grand Erie District S...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Family shares its history
PORT ROWAN - Historic interpreter Leicia Kelly has a personal connection to the Backus family homest...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
Road repair season hits
Norfolk public works has settled on a long list of road projects for the 2018 construction season. S...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
Toyotetsu takes on strength
The reasons for Toyotetsu’s recent multi-million dollar expansion in Simcoe came sharply into focu...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
4,000 trees and counting
A tree-planting project in Norfolk County on Saturday attracted a lot of people and organizers are d...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
Norfolk has good taste
ST. WILLIAMS – Norfolk County stepped into the spotlight as part of the annual Terroir Symposium t...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
Award recognizes devoted service
Many will remember Shirley Devlin as a dedicated volunteer who chaired many initiatives at St. James...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
Norfolk shows support for Humboldt
A number of Norfolk County staff and residents will join a nationwide movement to support the Humbol...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
Saying yes to the dress
A graduate of Simcoe Composite School, Tracy Renton well remembers the excitement surrounding her hi...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
Reservists in action Parents, others visit reservists at Meaford training base
MEAFORD, Ont. — More than 30 people from Brantford, Simcoe and the surrounding area travelled to a...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
Stitching her way to top National recognition for quilt created by Waterford native
BRANTFORD - There’s a lot of comfort in Sarah Yetman’s quilting. The Waterford native, ...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
MPP pleased with result
Local MPP Toby Barrett is confident Ontario Progressive Conservatives picked a winner this weekend w...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
Rec hub gets online support
If Norfolk council decides later this month to revive the idea of a multi-use recreational hub at le...
Wednesday - 28th February, 2018
Emily Chung was tired of feeling ripped off when she took her car in for servicing. So, the...
Wednesday - 21st February, 2018
A STITCH IN TIME
People ranging in age from seven to 91 years took part in quilting demonstrations as part of the Sel...
Wednesday - 14th February, 2018
Count is for the birds
It’s a big weekend for birders and Diane Salter can barely contain her excitement. A seni...
Wednesday - 7th February, 2018
Dates set for bulky garbage pickup
Norfolk County has produced a game plan for this spring’s collection of bulky household items.&...
Wednesday - 31st January, 2018
Rec plans strike out
A year-long community discussion about Norfolk’s recreational future came to a crashing halt Tuesd...
Wednesday - 24th January, 2018
Stats paint grim picture
Mayor Charlie Luke wants to get a conversation started at Norfolk’s Police Services Board over the...
Wednesday - 17th January, 2018
‘Backhouse’ back in
The Backhouse name has been restored to a place of honour at the Backus Heritage Conservation Area.&...
Wednesday - 10th January, 2018
Big hike in overdoses
Calls regarding overdose emergencies continued to occupy an increasing percentage of Norfolk paramed...
Wednesday - 3rd January, 2018
Residents keep active
The road to a healthy, active lifestyle can include many different paths. As many in Norfol...
Wednesday - 27th December, 2017
Extra special Christmas
PORT DOVER – Weddings and Christmas are usually a guaranteed good time. The only thing th...
Wednesday - 20th December, 2017
Ace is finally caught
A Simcoe deejay struck solid gold last week. Randy Halmo, owner of Klassy FM Disc Jockey Se...
Wednesday - 13th December, 2017
Rowing for a cause Students help spread message of inclusion
Colin Sanders is just a few days into a trip that will see him row across the Atlantic Ocean in supp...
Wednesday - 6th December, 2017
Manna from heaven
A state-of-the-art kitchen is in the cards for the former liquor store in downtown Simcoe. ...
Wednesday - 29th November, 2017
Smoke stacks to come down
A landmark along the north shore of Lake Erie will disappear in the new year. Ontario Power...
Wednesday - 22nd November, 2017
Hot soup, warm hearts
It’s not uncommon for a community to support its food banks at Christmastime, what you don’t see...
Wednesday - 15th November, 2017
Funding is key element
Building a state-of-the-art recreation complex in Norfolk will likely require the county to gamble a...
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
Delhi makes pitch for hub
DELHI – Several speakers suggested this week that Delhi should be considered a potential location ...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
Library turns a page
With almost double its former square footage and a host of new features, the Delhi library doesn’t...
Wednesday - 25th October, 2017
Mixed views in Ward 1
PORT ROWAN – A public consultation held in Ward 1 regarding a proposed multi-use recreation facili...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
Council moves on safety issue
Chances are good there will be a sidewalk on Evergreen Hill Road between Norfolk Street South and Ho...
Wednesday - 11th October, 2017
Delhi teen has talent
Danielle Ward of Delhi cried and cried after her performance this week at the annual Norfolk Has Tal...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
Eight straight for DDSS
The Delhi Dynasty continues. With wins in the homecraft, team tug of war and cheerleading competitio...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
JAIL & BAIL
The United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk held its 2017 campaign kick-off event - Jail & Bail ...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
Rec meeting time-out
WATERFORD – Norfolk was forced to call a time-out on its recreation consultation process this week...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Ellis praises Breadwinner film
Animated movie The Breadwinner – produced by Angelina Jolie’s production company Jolie Pas, rece...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
OPP reopen Highway 6 in Caledonia
Haldimand provincial police say that Highway 6 in Caledonia has reopened after protesters relocated ...
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
‘Ontario’s Garden’ lives up to its billing
Cultivating the spirit is difficult when your stomach is empty and the cupboard is bare. Th...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
NGH feels just like home
Less than 48 hours as the new Norfolk General Hospital Foundation Director of Development, Jennifer ...
Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
PLUNGING INTO SUMMER CAMP
Kids are enjoying the last few days of summer by taking part in Norfolk County Summer Day Camps. Cam...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
Face of mental illness
Brian Rose says he was a little reticent about being featured in a nationwide campaign recognizing p...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
The ultimate sacrifice
August 1917 was arguably the darkest month in the long history of Norfolk County. War in Eu...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
Minimum wage hike creates maximum worries
Fewer summer jobs for students and fewer acres under tillage are among the potential consequences of...
Wednesday - 19th July, 2017
Jobs gone with the wind
TILLSONBURG — The loss of 340 jobs at a Tillsonburg factory that makes blades for wind turbines co...
Wednesday - 12th July, 2017
Conquering Lake Erie
In June, paddleboarder Tyler Backus said “We need that perfect day” for a planned crossing of La...
Wednesday - 5th July, 2017
Lake Erie power jolt OK’d
It would be a Lake Erie first, allowing Ontario to both export power to 13 American states and impor...
Wednesday - 28th June, 2017
Cop convicted of assault
A 10-year veteran of the Norfolk OPP has been banned from possessing weapons for 18 months and fined...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
Paddleboarders take on Lake Erie
Community Living associations across Ontario have been asked to do something this summer to celebrat...
Wednesday - 14th June, 2017
Selkirk gets ready to celebrate
SELKIRK – Few ears perk up anymore when they hear the name “Selkirk Continuation School.”&...
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
Compensation hits snag
The province’s effort to compensate businesses and property owners in Caledonia that suffered loss...
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
Sowing seeds for change
WATERFORD — Progressive change usually happens incrementally. Thirty years ago, developme...
Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
Programs celebrate 150
As Canada’s 150th birthday approaches, Haldimand-Norfolk MP Diane Finley is looking to celebrate t...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
Soldiers lend a hand
It can be a “gut-wrenching” experience for a soldier on flood relief to see people’s homes bur...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
Sheppard Furniture announces closure
Few have struggled with hitting Facebook’s ‘post’ button as much as Carrie Ferreira did Monday...
Wednesday - 3rd May, 2017
James Lloyd of Simcoe and his sons Julian, age 9, (left) and Jaggen, 6, fish from the pier at Port D...
Wednesday - 26th April, 2017
World awaits for reservists
Long before Josh Olthof became a sergeant with the Royal Canadian Artillery, the Delhi native was en...
Wednesday - 19th April, 2017
Gun club expands range
WATERFORD – The Waterford Sportsman’s Club swung into action this month when it learned there we...
Wednesday - 12th April, 2017
BMO branch to close
WATERFORD – The Bank of Montreal in Waterford is moving on after more than a century in town.&...
Wednesday - 5th April, 2017
SUPPORTERS FOR NEW FACILITY STATE THEIR CASE
Norfolk County council chambers were packed for Tuesday’s council-in-committee meeting to discuss ...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
Courtyard emerges as liability
Liability concerns are pushing Norfolk County in the direction of major modifications to the courtya...
Wednesday - 22nd March, 2017
Opening minds to poetic finds
Armed with a pen and his trusty ukulele, Brad Morden is ready for battle. Morden, a Simcoe ...
Wednesday - 15th March, 2017
‘Roller coaster’ winter
Old Man Winter isn’t gone just yet, however his grip on Norfolk County may weaken by the weekend.&...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
Rescued dogs need treatment
WELLAND - Welland and District Humane Society is asking the public for help in funding heartworm tre...
Wednesday - 1st March, 2017
Big trouble at arena
Norfolk County and its user groups in Simcoe have a big problem at Talbot Gardens. Until fu...
Wednesday - 22nd February, 2017
Fire destroys home
BOSTON – Minor injuries were reported in a fire this week in Boston that caused an estimated $450,...
Wednesday - 15th February, 2017
The great outdoors
Saturday’s gathering at the Port Rowan Community Centre offered area anglers and hunters a break f...
Wednesday - 8th February, 2017
Chef Mayo gets second shot at glory
Jarvis native Jason Mayo is looking to bring a little spice to the fourth season of Masterchef Canad...
Wednesday - 1st February, 2017
HE SHOOTS, HE SCORES
Tuesday's snowfall wouldn't stop Riley Pinkney, 15, from working on his shot at his ...
Wednesday - 25th January, 2017
OUR COUNTY, OUR COUNTRY
Norfolk is getting into the spirit of Canada 150 by making Norfolk County Canada 150 flags available...
Wednesday - 18th January, 2017
A RAINY DAY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
The weather overnight Monday in Norfolk County turned messy with freezing rain followed by rain. The...
Wednesday - 11th January, 2017
Strong flu virus hits Norfolk County
This year’s flu virus is proving to be a strong one, Norfolk General Hospital reported. T...
Wednesday - 4th January, 2017
FIRST TIME SKATE
Simcoe and Area Forecast...
Wednesday - 28th December, 2016
Blaze rips through home Family suffers ‘complete devastation’
Susan Rapai stood at the end of her driveway and looked at the charred remains of the country home s...
Wednesday - 21st December, 2016
Barrett asks minister to waive fines
TOBACCO from A1 He also pointed out growers can appeal their fines. In the past, t...
Wednesday - 14th December, 2016
1,398 cards for Andon
Andon Gatti was all smiles Monday as the realization set in that his birthday celebration had become...
Wednesday - 7th December, 2016
Incubator church on tour
HAGERSVILLE – The church at 13 Sherring St. in Hagersville is earning a reputation as a way statio...
Wednesday - 30th November, 2016
Advocate stars in health video
Ruth Pepper says she’s not sure what it was that got her on track to losing 100 lb. Yes, ...
Wednesday - 23rd November, 2016
Crowd gathers for Red’s return
Almost 50 years after he hung up the skates, Leonard “Red” Kelly can still draw a crowd.&nbs...
Wednesday - 16th November, 2016
Flu season has arrived
Health officials are reminding the public to get their flu shots after the area recorded its first o...
Wednesday - 9th November, 2016
Another demolition in the works
This fall is shaping up to be a noteworthy season of demolitions in Port Dover. The old mau...
Wednesday - 2nd November, 2016
From death to dust
PORT DOVER – It’s been a movie set, a place where migrant farm workers slept illegally and the t...
Wednesday - 26th October, 2016
What we know about Wettlaufer
Full Name: Elizabeth Tracy Mae Wettlaufer Occupation: Registered nurse She was licensed in 1995 and ...
Wednesday - 19th October, 2016
Little station that could
JARVIS – Volunteers who’ve been labouring to save the old Jarvis train station were grumbling th...
Wednesday - 12th October, 2016
Wildlife crossing project in final phase
As work on wildlife and ecological protection measures along Long Point causeway finally comes to an...
Wednesday - 5th October, 2016
Delhi does it again
Delhi District Secondary School continued its dominance of Young Canada Day and was named top overal...
Wednesday - 28th September, 2016
Certainly, it’s an isolated incident. But there is always something that can be learned.”
Gerry Hamill, hospital spokesperson...
Wednesday - 21st September, 2016
DDSS celebrates 75 years in Delhi
Over its 75 year history, the town’s high school has changed physically but not spiritually.&n...
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