Each month The Strand Theatre in Simcoe shows movies that have been part of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), but never before have they had a strong local connection.
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A showcase event will be held in Norwich as part of the 50th anniversary of Merchants hockey.
It doesn't feel a lot like Christmas around most of Norfolk County yet, but one trip into Simcoe after dark can change all that.
Tom Poolton describes himself as an “11- year-old in a 23-year-old body”.
The Delhi Dynasty continues.
In returning to his family farm near Langton two years ago, Dusty Zamecnik wasn’t content with the status quo.
The feature event presented by Wagon Wheel Produce and Corn Maze continues to roll along.
The 2017 Delhi citizens of the year haven't just done plenty of work within the community but brought hundreds to it as well.
Support is pouring in for a 22-year-old Delhi woman recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
The residents of La Salette might not be the only ones impacted by the closure of the town’s school.
Norfolk County's Agricultural Hall of Fame inductees for 2016 are far more than simply farmers.
Three years without a Haldimand-Norfolk Bowl title felt more like an eternity for the Delhi Raiders and their fans.
The current Delhi Raiders weren't close to being born the last time their school won a NSSAA senior boys volleyball championship.
Norfolk's own Luayn and Fabian Sprik nailed the Blood, Sweat & Tools reality TV do-it-yourself contest and walked away with $50,000 in prize money.
Last spring, anyone could've purchased an ailing horse named Sportskeeper from Langton owner Merlin Howse for pennies on the dollar.
A missing medal paying tribute to former Norfolk teacher Dave Lane has been returned.
The Norwich Merchants cashed in a three-for-one special on Boxing Day.
Ontario's new junior hockey landscape has prompted the Delhi Travellers to alter a longstanding tradition.
The first step towards the Ontario Hockey Association’s “Tomorrow’s Game” initiative was taken last week.