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Even in rural areas, good noise bylaws make good neighbours

As Wellesley Township showed this week, municipal noise bylaws are always in need of a few tweaks. And, as with many rules governing our...

Wellesley rec. complex project moves into fundraising mode

Wellesley Township having cleared the way for a potential new $22-million recreation complex, the focus is now on putting together a fundraising campaign that...

New St. Clements fire station officially open for service

The new fire station in St. Clements was officially declared open for service last Saturday. The $1.3-million project boasts additional...

Woolwich signs on to plan that will see rural townships collaborate

With Woolwich signing on this week, the region’s four rural municipalities have now all agreed to look at ways they can work together to...

Wellesley seeking public input on its new strategic plan

Wellesley officials are looking for feedback as to how to improve the township’s strategic plan, which will guide the municipality for the next four...

Wellesley residents voice a clear ‘no’ to prospect of amalgamation

There’s no appetite for amalgamation in Wellesley, township councillors heard this week at a special meeting to discuss the province’s review of regional government. Residents...

Groups across the region coordinate Emergency Preparedness Week

You may not have marked it off in your calendar, but we are in the midst of Emergency Preparedness Week. Local municipalities, emergency services and...

Community rallies in support of Linwood family after fire destroys their home

Neighbours and the wider community have rallied around a Linwood family left scrambling after a fire destroyed their home last week. Residents almost immediately began...
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Taking the plunge on condos

Necessity may be the mother of invention, but it’s also a prime reason Woolwich councillors this week approved...

Woolwich whittles down tax hike somewhat to 3.9%

Woolwich taxpayers are looking at a 3.9 per cent tax hike as councillors last week made a few...

Catholic teachers join public board on the picket lines

Local Catholic elementary and high school teachers hit the picket lines Tuesday, marching up and down Arthur Street...

Water and sewer rates to rise again this year, as Woolwich approves budget

Flush with cash or otherwise, you’ll be paying more again this year for turning on the taps and...

Labour unrest shows spending at odds with the public good

In a week where transit workers are on strike and teachers walked the picket lines in the region,...

The View From Here: January 23, 2020

With the GRT buses parked due to the strike, there's little in the way of feeding...