May 12, 2016

  • Local groups quick to help Fort Mac
  • MPP Harris launches Slow Down, Move Over campaign
  • Mennonite Relief Sale has become an institution in and of itself
  • Robotic performance a good thing for Woodland team
  • EDSS students put their Skills to the test at provincial competition
  • GRCA rolls out safety measures at its dams
  • Officials eyeing changes to Wellesley Pond in multi-year stages
  • Woolwich rejects Jigs Hollow resident’s bid for change to firearms bylaw
  • Traffic-calming measures approved for St. Jacobs
  • Wellesley Idol ready to provide a stage for young singers
  • Editorial: Firearms control isn’t an easy issue even in Woolwich
  • Sharing their love of cycling
  • Slo-pitch, fast start for Lady Lancers squad
  • Filling an identified need for aid to seniors
  • Young kids get to strut their stuff on stage in theatrical production at ETC venue
  • Right now, Anything Goes in St. Jacobs
  • Burning it up with Ring of Fire
  • A day to be lauded for a lifetime of achievements
  • Scones always an ideal part of a formal teatime
  • Scooping up the Lion’s share of accolades
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