Which three? - These three are the artists behind an exhibit called We Three, which runs May 19 to June 4 at the Imagine Gallery, 18 Colborne St. in Elora.
Church hosts free seniors’ safety seminar
FERGUS – St. James Anglican Church is holding a free safety seminar for seniors on May 31.
Here comes the bus
CENTRE WELLINGTON – The downtown shuttle bus program here is returning for the summer.
Fergus businesses evacuated, highway closed for gas leak
FERGUS – A portion of Highway 6 (St. David Street North) in Fergus was closed and a number of businesses evacuated on Sunday due to a gas leak.
Road projects get more expensive with rising cost of asphalt
ELORA – The rising cost of asphalt is impacting Centre Wellington’s road repair budget.
Health coalition names voting stations for health care referendum
WELLINGTON COUNTY – The Guelph and District Health Coalition has arranged a number of voting stations as it plans, along with the Ontario Health Coalition, to hold a referendum on the state of Ontario’s health care system.
Wellington County opens new playground at museum and archives
ABOYNE – Located next to the Heritage Barn at the Wellington County Museum and Archives is a newly-opened playground for the community to enjoy.
Fergus Lions Club Home Show kicks off with a roar
FERGUS – The Fergus Lions Club is hosting its 44th annual Home and Leisure Show May 10 to 12 at the Centre Wellington Community Sportsplex.
Township’s decision to remove carving stumps business owner
FERGUS – Known to some locals as the Breadalbane Giant, a larger than life-sized wood carving officially called the “Defender of Blairgowrie” will be removed after it was deemed “a safety hazard” by Centre Wellington Township.
Key projects open house and mayor’s town hall on May 16
CENTRE WELLINGTON – The township is bringing the Connect CW concept to residents, on one night, in one location, for all residents to have an opportunity to meet with the staff and project team members on our major township initiatives.