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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Wellesley township expands community improvement grants to Linwood core

Wellesley is expanding its community improvement grant program to a third community in the township. Wellesley councillors recently gave the go ahead for the township’s...

Fourth Wellesley ceilidh fundraiser set for Saturday

The village of Wellesley will be dancing along to some Scottish-themed tunes this weekend all for a good cause, with the proceeds of the...

Wellesley ABC Festival provides $40,000 for community projects

The Wellesley Apple Butter and Cheese festival brought in some dough along with the apple butter, raking in a net income of $39,873.11 in...

Wellesley eyes 2.8 per cent tax levy increase in 2019 draft...

Though not yet set in stone, Wellesley council is eyeing a 2.8 per cent increase to this year’s property taxes, according to a draft...

Wellesley considers second units as a way to boost affordable housing

Affordable housing, namely the lack of it in the township, was perhaps one of the biggest concerns to emerge from this year’s municipal election...

Wellesley re-opens committee of adjustment to public membership

Wellesley will once again be opening membership on its committee of adjustment to the public, township council decided this week. Acting on a proposal from...

Alcohol OK, but no permanent bar at St. Clements Arena, says...

A recreational hockey league can serve adult beverages at its weekly games, but there’ll be no permanent bar set up at the St. Clements...

Unsafe lighting towers to be removed from Wellesley ball diamonds, council...

In imminent danger of collapsing, a raft of light towers at Wellesley ball diamonds will be sent to the showers. Altogether, some 20 poles that...

Wellesley points to cost savings in cutting role of “net movers”...

Looking to trim its recreation budget, Wellesley will reduce the amount of part-time work at its arenas. Specifically, cutting the hours of workers known...

Election sees all incumbents return to Wellesley council

Wellesley’s governing body will have a very familiar look, as all of the incumbents have been returned to office. Joe Nowak held onto his seat...