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Police hand out 10 public urination tickets as student program continues

Police hand out 10 public urination tickets as student program continues

Parking and noise also seem to be a problem
Group wants to keep cats safe and keep birds safe (from cats and also from closed windows)

Group wants to keep cats safe and keep birds safe (from cats and also from closed windows)

The first step? Take an online poll
So long Royals, hello Gryphons

So long Royals, hello Gryphons

Guelph Soccer latest minor sports organization to join University of Guelph Gryphons umbrella
The case of the U of G Homecoming ticket that never arrived

The case of the U of G Homecoming ticket that never arrived

Police issue advice to online buyers, sellers after possible scam report
Guelph native and U of G student recognized for humanitarian efforts

Guelph native and U of G student recognized for humanitarian efforts

Alicia Denoon chosen for prestigious Terry Fox Humanitarian Award
Suspicious package closes part of Riverside Park <b>(updated: 6 p.m.)</b>

Suspicious package closes part of Riverside Park (updated: 6 p.m.)

Waterloo explosives unit called in to investigate
Stormwater fee will now show up on your hydro bill

Stormwater fee will now show up on your hydro bill

Homeowners should shoulder less of the burden under the city's new system, which is based on how much rain, and melted snow a property needs to get rid of
Crime in Guelph this week: By the numbers

Crime in Guelph this week: By the numbers

Total numbers for some of the calls we went on over the past week, from Tuesday, September 13 until Monday, September 19
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> When it comes to pork, Fergus goes whole hog

Urban Cowboy: When it comes to pork, Fergus goes whole hog

In this week's Urban Cowboy, Owen Roberts asks if Fergus has what it takes to be the pork capital of Ontario
Program offers healthy living help for women who have had breast cancer treatment

Program offers healthy living help for women who have had breast cancer treatment

After surgery and treatment and fear and worry, free YMCA-YWCA program offers tools to cope with the aftermath