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City Hall's revolving door dizzying to watch

City Hall's revolving door dizzying to watch

One could grow dizzy watching the revolving door that is Guelph's city hall
U of G graduate's first book wins Griffin

U of G graduate's first book wins Griffin

A University of Guelph graduate is the winner of this year’s prestigious Griffin Poetry Prize for Canadian poets, and is also the youngest winner in the competition’s history
Guelph priest faces impaired driving charge

Guelph priest faces impaired driving charge

Associate pastor spent eight months in jail in 2014 for stealing and defrauding an Ottawa church
Try out yoga, fitness classes and free swim

Try out yoga, fitness classes and free swim

Guelph celebrates June is Recreation and Parks Month
$7,500 in damage inflicted on construction equipment

$7,500 in damage inflicted on construction equipment

On June 4 OPP received a report of damage to property including construction equipment on Ross Street in Elora
Councillor suggests lawn bowling green could be used for temporary parking

Councillor suggests lawn bowling green could be used for temporary parking

Short-term parking pain is on its way for downtown drivers during construction of Wilson Street Parkade
Sharing the wisdom of elders

Sharing the wisdom of elders

A sharing bench will be in St. George's Square next Tuesday.
McLaren delivers key hit as Royals down Baycats

McLaren delivers key hit as Royals down Baycats

Comes through with two-run single with two out in the ninth inning
Risk-taking is a learnable skill for students in MADE Program <b>(7 photos)</b>

Risk-taking is a learnable skill for students in MADE Program (7 photos)

Students who are part of this urban arts project are putting on a performance of SHREW for the next two nights
Charges laid after 'numerous' vehicle thefts

Charges laid after 'numerous' vehicle thefts

Most of the vehicles were unlocked. So lock your vehicles, say police