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Wellesley council awards two contracts for upcoming road maintenance

Boomer Line, Moser-Young and Manser roads are slated for paving this year, as Wellesley councillors meeting Tuesday night awarded a contract to carry out...

Wellesley arena to remain open thanks to temporary solution

First it’ll get a new roof system, then some ice. After that, the Wellesley arena will be open for the upcoming season, as Wellesley...

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 opts in to province’s new framework for cannabis retail stores

While Wellesley is unlikely to see any pot dispensaries in the foreseeable future, the township will opt-in to the province’s new plan for retail...

St. Clements picnic shelter to get accessibilty ramp as council approves funding

A new picnic shelter in St. Clements Lions Park will include an accessibility ramp, as Wellesley council this week approved contributing $4,500 to the...

There’ll be a race for mayor in Wellesley

Bernia Wheaton will bring her unique combination of a long rural history and background as an economic development officer to a key position in...

Wellesley continues to tweak its noise bylaw

The latest revisions to Wellesley’s proposed new noise bylaw was a much quieter affair Tuesday night, without the at-times heated discussions earlier in the...

Wellesley contributes $2,000 to Smart Cities Challenge

The Township of Wellesley is contributing $2,000 towards the government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge. In a decision approved at Tuesday night’s council, township...
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A little pizzazz for the village

To help people rediscover St. Jacobs and aid in rebranding the village, the Business Improvement Association tasked...

GRCA, townships move to reopen outdoor rec facilities

With loosening of coronavirus-related restrictions, Ontarians now have more options for enjoying outdoor recreation activities at parks...

Small abattoirs see increase in demand due to food security concerns

Issues of food security have been high on the list of changes and adaptations demanded by the...

Fourteen-year-old dies after tractor rolls over in on-farm accident

A 14-year-old boy was killed Tuesday night on a farm near Winterbourne when the tractor he was...

Police ask residents to refrain from gathering in larger groups

Over the past two weekends, Waterloo Regional Police have received several reports of people gathering contrary to...

Martin’s Family Fruit Farm to hold off on reopening its retail store

While other businesses are taking tentative steps into reopening as coronavirus restrictions are eased, one St. Jacobs...