April 14, 2022 - OBSERVER

April 14, 2022

  • Bus route cancellations on the rise due to COVID-19
  • St. Jacobs residents push back against proposal to ease noise restrictions
  • Province not eyeing new mandates in wake of new wave
  • Region looks to lower bag limits on garbage collection
  • Long-term care homes receive provincial funding to help boost staffing numbers
  • Board reopening facilities to the public, beginning with high school gyms
  • Police charge pair under provincial Animal Welfare Services Act
  • Bird-flu outbreaks are keeping officials hopping countrywide just now
  • WHC event looks to boost number of candidates running in local elections
  • Ribbon-cutting makes it official at Drayton’s A.C.G. Small Engine Repair
  • Editorial: Residents making noise over proposed changes to bylaw
  • New voices would bring greater choice to municipal elections
  • Giving hard-hit businesses a hand up
  • Drayton Entertainment ramping up to go live again
  • Sugar Kings sweep through Brantford in the first round of GOJHL playoffs
  • Banking a bigger demand for food services
  • Elmira Optimists gear up for Easter candy giveaway on Saturday

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