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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Elmira Bus pilot project warrants ongoing trial, says Kiwanis Transit head

If the past several months have been a test for the viability of a regularly scheduled bus route in Elmira, then the results are...

Community rallies in support of teen who suffered burns

The community has rallied to support a young local boy who was severely burned in an accident last month. On April 13, 13-year-old Luke Mann...

Developing a view of Wellesley’s past

When the village of Wellesley met to discuss the fate of their beloved and historic pond, it was to Charles Ottman and his photographs...

Local mayors talk issues to PM

Local mayors shared local priorities with the Prime Minister as Justin Trudeau made a campaign-style stop in Waterloo Region last week. Woolwich Mayor Sandy Shantz...

GRCA scramble to rework budget in light of immediate provincial cuts

Provincial cuts have forced the Grand River Conservation Authority to adjust its financial forecast. The “natural hazard” transfer payment from the province was cut almost...

Stuck in traffic jam before they even get behind the wheel

Getting your driver’s license exam at the local DriveTest this weekend, and you’d be well advised to bring along a book – or maybe...

Pair of local highschools qualify for robotics championship in Detroit

Once more, the province’s high school robotics teams brought out their creations for another bout in the arena last weekend, but this time with...

Scouting out a spot for his latest accolade

It’s hard to say just how much of an impact Brian Soehner has had on the community of Elmira. A leader and mentor for...

Easter bunny had competition distributing chocolate this week

Lincoln Heights PS student Earl Kelly is celebrating sweet success after achieving the goal of selling 30 boxes of chocolate as part of his...