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Arrest made in vehicle break-ins

Arrest made in vehicle break-ins

Property stolen from the vehicles included wallets, purses and credit cards
Sections of Speedvale and Silvercreek closed to traffic Friday

Sections of Speedvale and Silvercreek closed to traffic Friday

Low water pressure and discoloured water possible in affected areas after water mains break
City set to get rid of 30 km/h school zones

City set to get rid of 30 km/h school zones

Recommendation calls for city-wide 40 km/h zones near schools
Helping farmers farm greener

Helping farmers farm greener

Feds back three U of G research projects to the tune of $2.2 million
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

Clouds gather today and bring a 40 per cent chance of showers overnight
Art exhibit from one of the pathetic people searches for signs of life

Art exhibit from one of the pathetic people searches for signs of life

All photos where taken during solo walks in the evenings
Achieving a balance

Achieving a balance

Liberal government arrives at first balanced budget since the 2008-09 global recession
Time capsule reveal set for Monday

Time capsule reveal set for Monday

Items found in the capsule will be on display at Victoria Road Recreation Centre grand opening community celebration
Pilot project to help new refugees in Guelph could become permanent

Pilot project to help new refugees in Guelph could become permanent

Total of 570 took advantage of 'Refugee Support Program,' which could become permanent 'Welcome to Guelph' program
City reports tax-supported budget surplus of $3.1 million in 2016

City reports tax-supported budget surplus of $3.1 million in 2016

Plus another $1.5 million in surpluses in non-tax supported areas