November 12, 2020

  • Region in second level, yellow, in new virus ranking
  • New funding from province to help job retraining efforts
  • Townships not immune to uptick in crimes after earlier slowdown, says police chief
  • Perth County set to launch new transit with stops in Woolwich
  • Wellesley council starts in on township’s 2021 budget
  • Biogas plant operator expects little impact from approved changes
  • St. Jacobs Lions take their Stuffin’ Stockings campaign virtual this Christmas
  • Waterloo Region, Guelph police partner in human trafficking team
  • Small townhouse project proposed for former salvage yard in St. Jacobs
  • St. Jacobs BIA makes changes to its traditional Christmas
  • Region, local municipalities to share in $8 million in relief funds
  • Editorial: Elmira bypass a key part of revitalizing the core
  • Cultural divide a growing threat to governance beyond Trumpism
  • Quarantine leads to new songs, debut EP
  • Get a passport to culinary experiences
  • WCS launches its Christmas Goodwill Program
  • Minor Hockey plans donor clinic as part of Hockey Gives Blood
  • Preserving a place of local history
  • Fried rice works well with salmon

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