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Monday, May 25, 2020

Wellesley Township Council

Wellesley’s COVID-related losses top $81,000; council extends its late-payment relief program

Lost revenues and the waiving of fees in response to the COVID-19 crisis has cost Wellesley Township more than $81,000, and the...

Wellesley recognizes V-E Day, while the Stronger Together fundraiser kicks off this week

This week marks 75 years since the end of the end of the Second World War, with Wellesley Township marking the significance...

A message from Wellesley Township Mayor Joe Nowak

As your Mayor, I would like to thank all residents and businesses and our neighbours and friends throughout the Township of Wellesley...

Wellesley moves meetings online as social distancing practiced

While the province is dealing with an ever-changing social landscape as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, social distancing measures are forcing businesses...

Wellesley council awards two contracts for upcoming road maintenance

Boomer Line, Moser-Young and Manser roads are slated for paving this year, as Wellesley councillors meeting Tuesday night awarded a contract to carry out...

Wellesley approves budget with 3.9% hike

The average Wellesley homeowner can expect to pay an additional $42 this year on the township portion of their tax bill under a budget...

New slate of rec. fees among this year’s increases for Wellesley Twp. residents

With the calendar rolling over into a new year, Wellesley residents can expect to pay to more for their recreational pursuits.

Wellesley to spread cost of septic-system inspections to residents

Ratepayers across Wellesley face a small fee increase in each of the next five years to cover the cost of an inspection program...

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COVID-19 cases trending down in region

The spread of COVID-19 has slowed in Waterloo Region, with the daily number of new cases at...

Neighbours see bigger as better when it comes to free “library”

At the corner of High and Charles streets in Elmira, three neighbours have come together to launch...

Province announces cancellation of the rest of the school year

Home since mid-March, students will not be returning to school this spring. The province this week announced...

Delve deep into Observer archives.

Looking for a previous edition of The Observer? Our online archives extend back to 2008.

Region coronavirus cases top 1,000, fatalities reach 112

The increase in testing and wider processing of results has contributed to a higher number of confirmed...

Looking for love in the time of COVID-19

Everyone wants to have that Hallmark movie ending and find the person with whom they are meant...

Extensive consultation ahead of reconstruction of Elmira’s Industrial Drive

Given the disruption, extensive public consultation is expected as Woolwich Township gears up to reconstruct Industrial Drive...

Police warn of health care-related scams

As the COVID-19 public health crisis continues, members of the OPP Anti-Rackets Branch, Health Fraud Investigation Unit...