WELLINGTON COUNTY – The provincial government has made unilateral changes to an amendment to Wellington County’s Official Plan, adding more than 1,000 acres of mostly agricultural land to urban boundaries.
St. John’s Anglican Church in Rockwood holds coronation tea
Coronation tea – St. John’s Anglican Church in Rockwood held a coronation tea on May 6 in the church hall and dozens of people came out for fancy sandwiches and tea.
Police beat: Stolen vehicle
GUELPH/ERAMOSA – A Southgate woman has been charged after an officer on patrol was alerted to a stolen vehicle by the automated license plate recognition system that is now in all Wellington County OPP cruisers.
Drug strategy groups release data sheets highlighting drug poisoning crisis
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Drug strategy officials here have released a set of fact sheets in an effort to address the ongoing drug poisoning crisis that's taking a toll on the local community and across Ontario.
Two men charged with aggravated assault
GUELPH/ERAMOSA – Two men, one from Kitchener and one from Guelph/Eramosa, have been charged with aggravated assault after a 60-year-old was sent to hospital with serious injuries.
Police beat: Arthur man faces numerous charges after traffic stop
ORANGEVILLE – An Arthur man is facing numerous charges after a traffic stop here last week.
County increasing support for Waterloo-Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival
GUELPH – The County of Wellington is increasing its financial support for the Waterloo-Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival, which is being held in the county for the first time in 2023.
White elected chair of Conservation Ontario
GUELPH – Wellington County councillor Chris White has been elected chair of Conservation Ontario.
Preserving the tradition of carriage driving in Ontario
ARISS – The Ontario Carriage Driving Association (OCDA) was founded to preserve, protect and promote interest in carriage driving throughout southern and central Ontario.
Equine assisted learning helps people feel ‘stable’
ROCKWOOD – At the end of each session she was smiling, and months later she’s still benefitting.