“Trustees still deadlocked on requiring police checks for volunteers” was a headline that caught our eye a few weeks back.
Most municipalities suffer from too many needs and not enough dollars. It is a tale as old as time.…
Her majesty recently celebrated 70 years of service to the Commonwealth.
In a casual sponsorship conversation this past week, an organizer shared the phrase “Why…
Readers may notice that going forward, page 6, generally reserved for police news, contains far fewer names of people charged by the Wellington County OPP.
If the Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce intends to continue with its Awards of Excellence, it really needs to do some soul searching on its rules of engagement. What happened with the Citizen of the Year choice should never happen again.
There are certain things in life where people want the best of class.
The last Thursday of every month county council is in session. That is the day proposed actions that affect residents’ lives in meaningful ways are decided.
First the rain and then the wind. Caught between farms this past weekend, it was a quick dash to get under cover. A storm was brewing.
Residents of Ontario will soon start heading to advance polls and filing mail-in ballots, but generally most will wait to attend a polling booth on June 2.
One of the great ironies with elections is all the promises and apparent answers there are to the country’s woes.
Everyone has a calling and those called to be a nurse have a special gift indeed.
By the time this publication arrives on your doorstep, provincial political parties will be officially off and running in the 2022 Ontario General Election.
Questions have emerged about the legality of sitting on local council while running for higher office.
April 22 is one significant date on the calendar easily remembered.