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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...

Wellesley approves new lighting for two of three ball diamonds, awaits fed funding

Two ball diamonds in St. Clements will get new lighting this year, while a third diamond in Wellesley village is being left in the...

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...

Supporting kids to camp

The Township of Wellesley is waiving rental fees for the Paradise and District Lions Club at the St. Clements Community Centre, despite the organization...

Wellesley councillors take a united stance against the prospect of amalgamation

If amalgamation is on the agenda as part of the Doug Ford’s ersatz review of regional government, provincial officials would have plenty to think...

Linwood dog owners successfully appeal muzzle order

It was an uneasy start to the new term for Wellesley councillors Tuesday night,  as the returning politicians opened their inaugural session mediating a...

Election sees all incumbents return to Wellesley council

Wellesley’s governing body will have a very familiar look, as all of the incumbents have been returned to office. Joe Nowak held onto his seat...
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Bauman, Rebecca

Passed away at Victoria Hospital, London, on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at the age of 10 months. Rebecca was...

Getting out for a walk, and raising money for WCS, on a cold February night

It may be billed as the Coldest Night of the Year, but February 22 will offer up plenty of...

Woolwich hires contractor to assess condition of its buildings

Some of the municipal buildings aren’t particularly old, but Woolwich is already planning for the eventual repairs and replacement...

EDSS student wins $5,000 scholarship to pursue his university education

Max Campbell’s dreams of perhaps one day making it to space got a down-to-Earth boost last week in the...

Townships look for more reliable grant funding

The province may be holding steady next year the overall funding it provides to rural and Northern municipalities,...

Every community deals with homelessness, social ills

That an event such as the Coldest Night of the Year has the potential to provide community-building benefits...