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Monday, November 19, 2018

Building more than just a roof over people’s heads

It takes more than just bricks and mortar to make a home, according to conventional wisdom, and more than a few homes to make...

Written words are how we remember these days

With every passing Remembrance Day, the  big wars of the 20th century slip further and further out of our collective memories. This year marks...

300 show up for Wellesley Lions’ fundraising dinner

The community of Wellesley came together for a good cause on Sunday, with 100 per cent of the proceeds of a dinner going directly...

Legion goes digital with its poppy campaign

Aligning with the modern digital age, the symbol of remembrance is now available online for the first time. The complement the traditional version, the...

Run like a butterfly … or following its path, at least

The first ever very-long-distance run to connect all three countries in North America, the Monarch Ultra will truly put runners to the test in...

A study in how to lend a helping hand

Lending a hand building a school in Honduras was such a rewarding experience that Jeanne Amos is going back again. She’s joining a small...

Drawing on Mother Nature to help combat climate change

Studying climate change and ways to combat it was a decades-long passion of the late Michael Purves-Smith, and even more so after his retirement...

Teen pipes up to claim this year’s Wellesley Idol title

Rachel Regier is the Wellesley Idol winner for 2018, her strong voice and vocal range coming out on top at the final competition held...

Saturday offers up a chance to catch up on your...

The Wellesley Apple Butter and Cheese Festival will be back for its 43rd season this weekend, bringing with it some of the best that...

Schuurmans family continues cross-country milk tour

With the Canadian dairy industry under fire, the Schuurmans family is going through great lengths to raise awareness. Henk Schuurmans is continuing his cross-country...