Marg Cox, executive director of Point in Time, said she s been receiving regular requests for information on how to promote good mental health and how to spot warning signs that a young person is in trouble.
Improving cellular service and filling in gaps around eastern Ontario will be priorities for the Eastern Ontario Regional Network, one of its board members told an audience at Pinestone Resort last week.
It rained sometimes poured but that didn t stop hordes of hockey fans and former NHL players from representing Haliburton at the much-hyped Rogers Hometown Hockey event in Head Lake Park on Oct. 14 and 15.
Dozens of Haliburton businesses (and hundreds of employees) continue to benefit from the loans and grants provided through Haliburton County Development Corporation, members at the annual general meeting heard last week.
After a 43-7 home loss to Kawartha Senior Girls Rugby League s sixth place I.E. Weldon this past Tuesday, Oct. 10, the Red Hawks head coach was pointing to the holiday weekend and a lack of practice as contributors to the blowout loss.
Highlands East still has a reeve and deputy-reeve, but not necessarily for much longer. At an Oct. 4 council meeting, councillors discussed whether or not to change the title of reeve and deputy-reeve to mayor and deputy-mayor.
It s Thursday morning and participants in the Falls Prevention class are sitting in a semi-circle around instructor Jane Grieves. They re chatting amongst themselves as they wait for the last member to arrive.
The Haliburton Scout Reserve is learning more about the stories of their property and sharing those with campers and visitors through a project to honour the past, as part of a 75th anniversary coming up in 2022.
Wooden carvings on the Bark Lake Leadership and Conference Centre property in Irondale will come down after an onslaught of recent requests from visiting university students, who reported them to be offensive.
No one is hitting the panic button with the Red Hawks field hockey team after a 1-nil loss to the visiting Crestwood Secondary School Mustangs on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School.
For a group of 62 students, the sum raised for the Terry Fox Run this year was astounding.
Motivated to donate a toonie for Terry, the student population raised more than $400 before the day of the cancer fundraiser, which quickly multiplied ...
When the cold northern wind howls across the Highlands, whipping up the snow under the grey pall of a Canadian winter sky, there is a contrasting atmosphere inside the Haliburton Curling Club. There you will find laughter, wide eyes and open hearts accomp
One out of every three women in Ontario will experience some form of sexual assault in her lifetime. According to a report issued by the province in 2015, there are 460,000 sexual assaults in Canada each year.
Today, thousands come during the summer months to take classes at HSAD s waterfront campus and a strong lineup of full-time courses throughout the year connects the campus to other arts universities and colleges across the country.