March 23, 2017

  • Woolwich to push ahead with new sidewalks in Elmira reconstruction project
  • Wellesley seeking public input on uses for new recreation land
  • Conestogo residents to pay for extension of municipal water
  • He’s the toast of the town
  • Getting a bloomin’ start on spring
  • Editorial: Avoiding U.S. spiral is key to Canada remaining happy
  • Badminton teams ready to take the court at EDSS
  • Woolwich Wild event offers young girls a chance to give hockey a try
  • Kings even up series with Tuesday win in Kitchener
  • After rough start to second-round series, Sugar Kings bounce back in Game 3 to beat Kitchener
  • Walk-in clinic to broaden Woolwich healthcare options
  • Breslau airport welcomes new federal regulations governing use of drones
  • Gettin’ a jump on April showers by Singin’ in the Rain starting in March
  • Having all kinds of fun in sticky situations
  • Adding a touch of maple perks things up
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