January 21, 2021

  • Woolwich tax hike set for 2%
  • COVID-19 cases down slightly, officials await impact of stay-at-home order
  • COVID-19 immunization rates limited by supply of vaccine
  • Wellesley looks to push ahead with new rec. complex
  • Both Sugar Kings and Apple Jacks remain in limbo
  • Horsing around is all in a day’s work
  • Water and sewer rates to remain unchanged this year, council decides
  • Region monitoring second COVID-19 outbreak at Conestoga Meat Packers
  • Editorial: U.S. an extreme example of the tyranny of the minority
  • Those in power typically work to undermine the people and democracy
  • Passion developed in the North turns into a business back home
  • Trees for Woolwich launches new initiative aimed at working with local businesses to add more greenery
  • Passion developed in the North turns into business back home
  • Region bucks the national trend of higher unemployment in December
  • New initiative aimed at greening businesses
  • The cat came back the very next … decade
  • Sometimes, being full of beans is a good thing

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