The Ontario Genealogical Society is looking for a new home in Haldimand for their archives available to residents of the area. Read more about OGS and what they do for residents looking for more about their family in the July 20 issue.
After battling with stage three B Cell Non-Hodgkin s Lymphoma since March, the nine-year-old is ready to spend her summer with friends and family. Read more about Edens story and her hats in the July 13 issue.
Haldimand Libraries held its annual poetry contest with a Canadian theme this year to celebrate the 150th birthday. See the first place winners for primary, junior and intermediate in the June 29 Press. Click read more for the remaining submissions.
The town of Fisherville, nestled within the Haldimand region, captures its own unique and flourishing history. Read more on the history of Fisherville in the June 22 issue, and more stories like these in our Canada 150 special section for June 29.
Cayuga resident Jeff Bunton is opening Haldimand s first ever microbrewery in the old Jarvis fire hall. While he has the space and the plan, he still has a lot of work ahead of him to get the business up and running. See full story in the June 22 edition.
The FAQ document was prepared to clarify the County s commitment to preserving local history... said Craig Manley general manager for Planning & Economic Development. Read more on this story in the June 22 issue.
The Haldimand War Memorial Hospital broke ground to commence the building of the emergency department that is to be 2.5 times the size of the current one.
Read more about the new addition in the July 6 issue.