These horseless carriages date back to 1915 or older. They are ‘show cars’, but many are road-worthy.
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The National Union Representative for Unifor believes over 90 percent of the unionized workers at the salt mine in Goderich are back on the job following the strike that ended in mid-July.
A letter confirming the Avon Maitland Board’s support will be sent to OPSBA as well as fellow board chairs across the province and the Minister of Education.
The Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority presented an update on its proposed Shoreline Management Plan to members of the Bluewater Shoreline Ratepayers Association on the weekend.
A Heritage Restoration Specialist delivered his pathologist’s report on downtown Seaforth at Huron East’s council meeting this week.
An audience at the Livery Theatre in Goderich this Saturday will see a show like nothing they’ve ever seen before.
The county’s engineer says Blyth isn’t the only village that does not have pedestrian crosswalks.
The South Huron Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for its Business and Community Excellence Awards Gala in October.
The north ends of Exeter and Mount Forest have seen traffic congestion this spring and summer.
The Huron Women’s Shelter in Goderich is challenging men to walk a mile in women’s shoes on September 22nd.