June 18, 2020 - OBSERVER

June 18, 2020

  • Woolwich to reopen Elmira splash pad
  • Security company allowed to issue tickets at Snyder’s Flats
  • Former Sugar King signs AHL contract
  • St. Jacobs BIA turns to township to solve lack of public washrooms
  • Board puts hold on police program in its schools in response to community concern
  • Council still undecided about reopening splash pad in Wellesley
  • Public Health urges caution as reopening continues; case numbers remain stable
  • Local MPPs announce $12 million to fund better Internet connections
  • Silence won’t come cheaply, Woolwich councillors hear in train-whistle report
  • Theft of bollards may be a comment on Oriole Parkway traffic-calming measures
  • Hot and humid are in the forecast as season shifts into summer
  • Editorial: Protests over inequities put police in the spotlight
  • An original tenant at the St. Jacobs Outlet Mall, Red Coral is winding down
  • Province looks to ban evictions of commercial tenants
  • Delivering on a few entertainment options
  • Keeping older adults healthy through the pandemic
  • Wellesley Lions cancel this year’s Don Green slo-pitch fundraiser due to coronavirus concerns

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