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Downtown Guelph heats up with first noon hour concert of the summer <b>(7 photos)</b>

Downtown Guelph heats up with first noon hour concert of the summer (7 photos)

Sunny skies, food trucks, kids off school and Kenny Phelps' music made for a great start to the noon hour concerts in St. George's Square
Three grads who did good things

Three grads who did good things

U of G will honour them during Alumni Awards gala
Wrong-way crash on 401 ends in impaired charges

Wrong-way crash on 401 ends in impaired charges

A construction worker suffered minor injuries
If you're eating one of these energy bars, spit it out now

If you're eating one of these energy bars, spit it out now

They have been recalled
Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece brings pro-life message to Guelph high school

Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece brings pro-life message to Guelph high school

Alveda King tells students at Catholic high school that civil rights extend to the unborn
McLaren leads Guelph Royals over Burlington

McLaren leads Guelph Royals over Burlington

Gill throws gem as Guelph improves to 3-6
Guelph getting a new area code

Guelph getting a new area code

548 added to region as it outgrows 519 and 226
The folksinger in James Gordon is back with new CD

The folksinger in James Gordon is back with new CD

12 songs of introspection, politics and ideals
Local a cappella chorus secures spot in international competition

Local a cappella chorus secures spot in international competition

The Over Tones, Inc. finishes first in regional competition and qualifies for Harmony, Incorporated's competition in Providence, Rhode Island
Granola bars, sunflower seeds recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

Granola bars, sunflower seeds recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

Consumers should not consume the recalled products