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Wellesley opts to play ball with unhappy resident

A St. Clements woman is finally seeing a financial resolution to a property damage incident that occurred a year ago. Councillors meeting Tuesday night agreed...

Wellesley signs on to new region-wide hotel tax to fund tourism

The Township of Wellesley will be applying a four per cent municipal accommodation tax (MAT) to all hotels in the township. The tax, which...

Wellesley approves waiver for farmers’ market run by agricultural society

Wellesley council had a change of heart this week, opting to reverse course on a previous decision about waiving the 2019 rental fees for...

Wellesley grapples with latest fee-waiver request from group

Wellesley councillors once again found themselves grappling with the uncertain issue of whether or not it was acceptable to waive fees for community groups...

Woolwich, Wellesley account for council remuneration and expenditures

Woolwich councillors collected a total of $130,913.28 in pay plus $5,156.07 in benefits in 2018, filing mileage and meeting expense claims of $3,692.08. In a...

Wellesley’s Ward 3 the battleground in fall election

The race for Wellesley’s Ward 3 is by far the most competitive in the township, with four candidates vying for the spot in October’s...

What’s in a name? Or a logo? Wellesley is still working that out

Don’t get your creative juices flowing just yet. Wellesley council deferred plans Tuesday night that would have launched a community project competition to create a...

Two new candidates toss their hats in for Wellesley’s Ward 4

The Wellesley municipal election has its first non-incumbent candidates. Carl Smit and Brian A. Cunningham have announced their candidacy for the Ward 4 council...
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Bloomingdale Women’s Institute

The ladies of the Bloomingdale Women’s Institute were invited to the home of Brenda Hallman for...

K. of C. Christmas Party

The Maryhill Knights of Columbus hosted a children’s Christmas Party on Sunday afternoon, December 8th from...

Historical Society Christmas Open House

The Maryhill Historical Society thought this year they would like to invite the community to an...

Teachers hit the picket lines

High school teachers and support staff at schools across the Waterloo Region District School...

Getting drivers to slow down a slow process in Woolwich Township

Traffic issues, particularly speeding, are a frequent source of public complaints received by Woolwich officials. Often more...

Young robotics competitors earn a spot in provincial championships

Several local FIRST Lego League teams walked away with more than just hardware after a strong showing...