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Extreme cold weather is coming

Extreme cold weather is coming

The coldest weather of the year will settle in over Guelph on the weekend, starting Friday night.
Economic development in downtown stalled by lack of parking

Economic development in downtown stalled by lack of parking

Downtown officials say deficits in the public parking inventory in the heart of the city is stalling economic development
Art shop's artistic staff part of group show

Art shop's artistic staff part of group show

With 11 staff members who are artists, the time seems right to have a group show that brings their work together.
Scott's hockey journey brings him to the University of Guelph <b>(3 photos)</b>

Scott's hockey journey brings him to the University of Guelph (3 photos)

Former OHL star finally back between the pipes with the Gryphons, even it is as a back up
Art on the Street applications now open

Art on the Street applications now open

Guelph Arts Council is now accepting applications from artists for Art on the Street until April 5, 2016
Saxon on the Storm: Guelph's Storm's Harris faces uncertain future due to concussions

Saxon on the Storm: Guelph's Storm's Harris faces uncertain future due to concussions

You can tell by the look in his eyes that overage Guelph Storm forward Jake Harris is dreading this coming Tuesday
Random act of kindness makes walk to school a little sweeter on Stevenson Street

Random act of kindness makes walk to school a little sweeter on Stevenson Street

House gives free chocolates for students on their way to school
Musicians gather in Guelph to raise funds for Syrian family

Musicians gather in Guelph to raise funds for Syrian family

The fundraising show was the fourth in a series of tribute shows at the ANAF Club and the first of 2016
Police update status of injured worker, release name

Police update status of injured worker, release name

Port Hope man was exposed to nitric acid
Man faces drug charge after police respond to complaint at Tim Hortons

Man faces drug charge after police respond to complaint at Tim Hortons

On February 12 at 12:52 a.m., the Guelph Police went to the Tim Horton’s on Woodlawn Road East for the report of a male bothering customers