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Monday, September 16, 2019

Forget the bread, it’s beer and circuses that work for Ford

Following last year’s election, Doug Ford moved quickly on one of his major talking points: his buck-a-beer pledge. Two months after taking office, his...

A good year for Breslau martial artist Hannah Wright

Breslau martial artist Hannah Wright once again showed off her skills at several competitions this month.The 12-year-old competed in the World Karate Championship nationals...

Annie brings a plum role for young actor

It won’t be a hard knock life for Riley DeLuca, who was chosen out of hundreds of applicants across the province for the lead...

Going green and local in topping your pizza

With local asparagus, simply steaming it and enjoying the unadulterated taste of its freshness is often enough.That said, there are a variety of options...

Ted Clarke, Elmira vet and horse-racing booster, dead at 71

Dr. Ted Clarke, a long-time veterinarian in the community and booster of harness racing, died Saturday at St. Mary’s Hospital. He was 71.Clarke was...

Council approves plan to convert laneway

Nobody’s going to mistake it for captivating outdoor spaces of European cities, but the idea of a public place to enjoy a coffee or...

Greening goes on in Woolwich despite provincial cuts

Engaged in a greening blitz of its own, Trees for Woolwich isn’t directly affected by the province’s cut to its tree-planting program, but sees...
Region of Waterloo

Townships looking for public input on Ford’s regional review

A change is coming to the way communities organize themselves in the province, and it’s a change that has possibly far reaching consequences for...

Elmira’s St. Teresa school to host white elephant sale

An Elmira school is hosting a white elephant sale today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., all to support a charitable cause.St. Teresa of...