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Do you know who stole scrap wire and a dirt bike from a Watson Road business?

Do you know who stole scrap wire and a dirt bike from a Watson Road business?

Police say entry was gained in the storage shed into the property
LETTER: Let's expand free transit to seniors first

LETTER: Let's expand free transit to seniors first

Sian Matwey would like to see the 'free transit for teens' idea expanded to include seniors
Save Our Water's petition to be presented by Mike Schreiner at Queen's Park next week

Save Our Water's petition to be presented by Mike Schreiner at Queen's Park next week

The Centre Wellington residents' group opposed to Nestlé Waters has gathered 3,500 names on its petition
Recovered property may be related to Erin theft investigation: OPP

Recovered property may be related to Erin theft investigation: OPP

Anyone whose vehicle was entered in the Church Boulevard and Erin Heights Drive areas of Erin asked to contact Wellington County OPP
Girls Rock Camp Guelph is tuning up for another season

Girls Rock Camp Guelph is tuning up for another season

In this Arts and Culture feature we crank the amps to 11 and get ready to jam with the teachers and students at Girls Rock Camp Guelph as they prepare for their fourth season
17-year-old charged with driving more than twice the speed limit

17-year-old charged with driving more than twice the speed limit

Accused clocked in excess of 165 km/h on the Hanlon Expressway
Business as usual on Guelph Junction Railway in face of Canada-wide rail blockades

Business as usual on Guelph Junction Railway in face of Canada-wide rail blockades

On Thursday, Canadian National Railway said 400 trains have been cancelled in the past week over rail blockades
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

Flurries with moderate winds today
LETTER: Dog park site an ongoing issue

LETTER: Dog park site an ongoing issue

A new spot for a dog park might be the best solution as the debate rages on
Hidden Quarry opponents continue to express disappointment

Hidden Quarry opponents continue to express disappointment

The Town of Halton Hills and the CRC have released statements condemning the LPAT's decision to approve the quarry but James Dick Construction Ltd. Vice-president Greg Sweetnam said the opposition has overblown the issues