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Mayoral candidates get off to quiet start in local debate
It was a rather tame affair on Sept. 17, when Woolwich Township's four mayoral candidates attended a forum organized by the Woolwich Seniors Association.
Council denies Sunday construction for skate park
Woolwich Township council is bowing to concerns raised by First Street residents, and has decided not to give the Skate Elmira project the ability to work on Sundays.
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Heritage hold-up for Mill Race safety upgrades "I can't believe that in over 100 years it is still a problem, really we have more safety issues in Town - like slipping on the ice that accumulates in front of the empty stores downtown..."
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Elmira's water crisis featured in new book
Elmira features prominently in a new book by former Waterloo Region Record reporter Bob Burtt.
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Need for more health workers great
Service providers, training institutions, employment agencies, and labour market groups came together Wednesday to identify common challenges and possible solutions to the critical shortage of qualified health workers in longterm care facilities and community care organizations.
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St. Marys Canadian Tire duo completes gruelling ride
Ottawa-to-Quebec City in support of youth recreation opportunities
Zurich woman found in good condition
BLUEWATER — A 48-year-old Zurich woman reported missing this morning by Huron OPP has been found in good condition.
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Schellenberger set to retire
The decision to retire was made "with a heavy heart," said the longtime politician.
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Zurich woman missing
ZURICH — A 48-year-old Zurich woman has been reported missing.
County to remove locally significant wetlands from its Official Plan
Bruce County wants to remove locally significant wetlands from the county’s Official Plan as a way of streamlining the planning process and some duplication.
Local schools happy with EQAO results
Local school boards are encouraged with results released last week from the Education
Future of Mildmay’s Weiler Dam in hands of citizen’s group
The Friends of Weiler’s Dam group has been given a mandate to explore possibilities for the dam and pond that have been part of the Mildmay landscape for decades.
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Top priority is less fortunate
“I’ve seen too many people fall through the cracks (of the system),” the first-time council candidate says.
St. Marys Town Council all-candidates debate Oct. 2
Submit your questions in advance during Thursday's Alzheimer Society 'Coffee Break'
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Samples from the studio tour at Minarovich Gallery
The upcoming Elora-Fergus Studio Tour was previewed to artists and supporters Thursday night at the Elora Centre for the Arts.
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A new location for the Op Shop
The Groves Hospital Volunteer Association New to You store, previously known as the Opportunity or Op Shop, will open the doors of its new location at 950 St. David St. North, on Oct. 1 with the grand opening to follow on Oct. 8.
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Culliton banking on years of experience
Culliton began his career of public service sitting on boards for the separate school system and Stratford’s PUC. Along with his 18-year career as a councillor, he also served two terms as Stratford’s mayor.
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Life sounds good at Hear Well Be Well
People of all ages, from all walks of life, can suffer hearing loss. The hearing instrument specialists at Hear Well Be Well Inc. don’t see it that way. They feel no one need suffer the indignities of reducing hearing.
(photo/Terry Bridge)
Students help Habitat
EXETER — Students from South Huron District High School started helping with the Habitat for Humanity build in Exeter Sept. 8.
 
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