It s an oft-heard complaint in the county that the Ministry of Transportation is overzealous when it comes to regulating entrances, signage, drainage, etc. along the Highway 35 and 118 corridors, but a rep from the MTO says the ministry is simply trying t
Two septic beds at the Algonquin Highlands township office along North Shore Road have been damaged during construction of an addition at the site and work associated with the mishap will cost the township about $20,000.
SIRCH Community Services accrued a sizeable deficit during the past year and has gone into overdraft, but executive director Gena Robertson is optimistic the organization s financial straits will improve.
Minden Hills township will offer to sell a piece of the township office property to Greystone Construction to house the propane tank for the condo building the Huntsville-based company is constructing along Newcastle Street.
When Austin McGillion was in high school he had difficulty with going out in public and speaking to strangers. Now McGillion has graduated from his first year of college and is able to speak in front of large crowds.
The county s latest broadband connectivity project should be completed by year s end, or most of it, at least.
In January, county councillors voted to spend $360,000 on a project with Bell that will improve or extend high-speed, broadband, 100 Mbps Inter
Marilynne Lesperance has been preparing meals since she was a child.
The Minden Hills resident is chairwoman of the Minden Food Bank and donates much of her time to the Minden Community Food Centre on Newcastle Street.
Please consider this our official complaint with respect to the billing formula for allocating costs to municipalities for policing services delivered by the Ontario Provincial Police, and our formal request that your office undertake an investigation in
After some discussion, councillors approved in principle a renewable energy policy that was tabled by members of the township s renewable energy task force at a committee-of-the-whole meeting earlier this month.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is teaming up with the OPP and the Ministry of Transportation in an attempt to reduce the number of collisions involving cars and deer in Haliburton County.