May 25 is early for a big thunderstorm, but the spring of 1896 was an unusual one all over eastern North America.
Problems associated with screen time are on the rise.
Danby’s Jim Estill is at it again. The Guelph-Eramosa innovator and philanthropist who received the Order of Canada earlier this year is once again up for a prestigious award.
It’s finally here, my favourite event of summer: Riverfest Elora.
Without question, this has been one of my best summers in recent memory and I haven’t even had my week of vacation yet (three weeks and counting).
Prime holiday season arrived in this part of the world over the past few weeks and while the…
No political issue in recent memory has aroused as much controversy as the decision of Centre Wellington to allow slot machines at a proposed racetrack adjoining Elora.
We’re just days away from the Carpenter’s birthday and I’ve been thinking of creative gifts for him because, in an unprecedented move, this year my husband outdid himself on my birthday.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, but I am a big fan of entrepreneurs.
As we swelter through a steamy, at times viciously hot, segment of summer here in Wellington…
There are two important lessons I’ve learned about friendship.
Peel and Maryborough farmers began to cut their hay in late June under blue skies.
Last week I attended a Centre Wellington public meeting that hit close to the heart.
This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the first summer youth production staged by the Grey Wellington Theatre Guild (GWTG).