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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Stone Crock gets new owners in sale by Shantz family

It’s been a well regarded name in St. Jacobs for generations. From the meats and cheese store to the bakery, and the...

Online shopping a growing part of Christmas experience

Whether you’ve already got something for everyone on your list or you’re the last-minute shopper, there’s a growing chance online purchases are part of...

Kindred Credit Union names new CEO

Kindred Credit Union’s ongoing search for a CEO is over, the position having been awarded to Ian Thomas, who is coming all the way...
Region of Waterloo

Region approves YMCA for “hub” services at the Elmira family centre...

Look for the K-W YMCA to join in the childcare offerings housed at Elmira’s Riverside Public School, as regional council last week made formal...

Living Waters completes move to new Elmira headquarters

Once home to a farm-equipment dealer, an Elmira site has been transformed into the new headquarters of Living Waters Christian Bookstore. The newly completed renovations...

Mixed response to Tories’ rollback of labour legislation

The opposition has called it an attack on the province’s most vulnerable, while labour groups have seethed. But the Ford government’s decision to delay...

Using technology to stay a cut above

If you think mowing your lawn is a hassle, you should try tending to kilometre after kilometre of the worst kind overgrowth, some of...

Renegotiated NAFTA remains a concern for the dairy industry

Since threatening to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. has seldom minced words when it comes to its views on...

Making a little hay with the Halloween festivities

It’s a particularly chilling time of year for those living in the Waterloo Region, and not just because of the unseasonably cold weather. Halloween...

Bringing down the curtain on more than just a store

There was a time, not too long ago, when video rentals were big business. People would regularly stop by the store to browse the...