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Woolwich residents will pay another $50 per year for water/sewer usage

That flushing sound is carrying away more than just what you’d expect – it’s taking more of your cash with it. Woolwich residents on municipal

By Steve Kannon

St. Clements club host fundraising hockey tournament

The St. Clements Old Saints Hockey Club is getting set to host its 44th annual tournament and fundraiser this weekend. “This is our lone fundraiser

By Bill Atwood

Woolwich giving out smoke/carbon monoxide detectors

A campaign to eliminate carbon monoxide and fire-related deaths gave a boost last week to the Woolwich Fire Department. The township organization is providing 244

By Leah Gerber

Province looks to private sector to clear health-care backlog, prompting backlash

The province is looking to the private sector to help deal with the backlog in the health-care system, including providing some surgeries. The plan will

By Leah Gerber

Group looking at ways to improve the health of the Grand River

The Friends of the Grand River have teamed up with the University of Guelph to begin what they hope will be a years’ long process

By Leah Gerber

Ukrainian support group holds open house at new site

Another temporary residence has opened its doors for Ukrainians coming to Waterloo Region. Karen Martin, owner of Hillside Residence in Maryhill, has shifted focus at

By Bill Atwood

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History, drama, laughs and a whole lotta love in ETC production

The Elmira Theatre Company is now in rehearsal for its first production of 2023, playwright David French’s Salt-Water Moon, which opens February 3. Directed by Robin Bennett, Salt-Water Moon takes place on a single night in 1926 and follows Jacob

By Bill Atwood

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Going above and beyond the usual school activities

A group of Breslau Public School students have taken it upon themselves to have a more active role at their school. So far this year, the Grade 7 and 8 students that form the leadership group have taken the lead

By Bill Atwood
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