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Friday, 16 June 2017 13:43

Sprucing Up Wingham

With the nicer weather upon us several businesses have taken the opportunity to spruce up their appearance. That, plus the annual installation of flower planters on storefronts and the new Canada flags on the light posts are giving Wingham the nicest main street in Huron County. Check out some before and after pictures in the gallery as well as a couple of the refurbished Town Hall Theatre.
View the embedded image gallery online at:
http://winghambia.ca/#sigProId30d58f19b3
Saturday, 19 November 2016 00:08

Tis the Season

The Christmas season is in full swing in Wingham. With the lighting of the lights in Cruikshank Park and the new snowflake lights on the streetlights several stores have gotten into the spirit of the season. Check out the attached gallery and see how great Wingham's Josephine St. looks!
Monday, 14 November 2016 01:34

Christmas Lights - 2016

Saturday evening, Nov. 12, saw the annual lighting of the Christmas lights in Wingham. This takes place at Cruikshank Park across from the Fire Dept towards the north end of Josephine St. Decorating the park and configuring the lights is a project handled by Tharon Riley and Stacey Boyd. Both said a few words of thanks to all the other volunteers who assisted them. Hot chocolate and cookies were provided free of charge by Kempston Werth Realty and the Wingham…
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 20:57

New Look for Wingham Mural

A mural in downtown Wingham has received a much needed face lift. Located on the south side of 280 Josephine Street right next to Wingham Town Hall, the mural entitled “A Glimpse of the Past” depicts a scene of the old Wingham Grand Trunk Railway Station, an old steam engine train and an old vintage automobile from the 1911 era, similar to an early Ford Model-T. The Wingham Business Improvement Association is behind the newly redone mural, providing all the…
By Kelsey DunbarAdvance Times Staff WINGHAM – The railway arrived in Wingham as a link between Kincardine and Listowel. The stop in Wingham included a train station and wood frame bridge that was constructed between 1872 -74. Today, the bridge and old train station are still standing, although serving different purposes. The train station has served the community in several ways – but this time it will be a fine dining restaurant that will complement its stature. “I want to…
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