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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Wellesley approves hot-mix asphalt plant at Boomer Line gravel pit operation

Preston Sand and Gravel’s plans to expand the range of operations at a Boomer Line site got the go-ahead from Wellesley councillors this week. The...

Autism protestors target MPP

The battle against the province’s changes to its autism program got a local front last week as protestors gathered outside Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Mike Harris’...

Staff report recommends rehabilitation for Glasgow Street bridge

At least one of Woolwich’s old steel bridges is likely to continue carrying traffic. The subject of a public meeting last week, the Glasgow...

Wellesley expects to maintain provincial money

A source of significant handwringing and uncertainty for municipalities across the province has finally been put to rest, at least for the time being. In...

Whiteouts wreak havoc on township roads

The region was hit by some of the most severe weather yet this winter as a mixture of intense snow fall and wind gusts...

Woolwich to add building inspector in response to growth

Citing a development spurt, Woolwich officials want to expand their ranks yet again, this time adding a new hire to the building department. The township...

Regional council, local MPP look for changes to ambulance dispatch

Looking to make its ambulances more responsive, the Region of Waterloo wants to bring dispatch services back home. The response time from the province...

Call it a pie-in-the-eye goal

It’s not every day you get the chance to shove a pie in your teacher’s face, but students at St. Jacobs PS will get...

Local Vocals looking to the public to expand their ranks ahead...

Organizers of an upcoming concert in Elmira aren’t just looking for audience members, they’re asking community members to add their voices to the chorus. The...

Fire levels home in Wellesley

Damage was pegged at $500,000 after a fire levelled a Wellesley home last Friday. There were no injuries, however, as no one was home...