CENTRE WELLINGTON – The province’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) is investigating the circumstances surrounding a single-vehicle crash that left a man with serious injuries.
Easter is coming and that’s ‘eggcellent’ news for kids
FERGUS – Kids who want to see the Easter Bunny will enjoy hopping to downtown Fergus and Elora in the weeks leading up to Easter.
Author launches debut novel; seven more on way
MOOREFIELD – The Dead Lie is the first book in a mystery thriller series written by retired teacher Ivanka Fear.
Spring maintenance tips every car owner should know
WELLINGTON COUNTY - Winter driving in Canada is hard on vehicles. Ice, salt, potholes, grocery carts – there’s no shortage of reasons to give your car some much-needed TLC this spring. But maintenance can be expensive, so it’s helpful to understand what needs attention now, and what can wait.
Economic development staff present 2022 review to council
MINTO – The town’s economic development staff presented Minto council with a review of 2022 department activities on March 7.
Thousands raised at weekend event for Syrian, Turkish earthquake relief
GUELPH – A fundraiser here for Syrian and Turkish earthquake relief was a great success, raised thousands for the cause.
Local seniors narrowly evade ‘grandparent scam’
FERGUS – An otherwise routine Thursday morning for retirees George and Dianne Fraser goes awry when their phone rings with distressing news their beloved grandson is in handcuffs.
A constituent skate with local politicians was held at the Elora arena on March 19. Children (and…
OFA Viewpoint: Rural infrastructure, food production on the agenda as OFA heads to Queen’s Park
This week, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is heading to Queen’s Park to meet with members of our provincial government for the first time since last June’s provincial election.
Spaces available for peer grief support, volunteer facilitator training programs
KITCHENER – No two people experience the same way, Bereaved Families of Ontario say.
Extend performance – know when to ‘re-tire’
GRAND VALLEY – Dealing with tire change overs is not something most people look forward to. It can be costly, confusing and downright exhausting. Having a good understanding of what’s needed, and when, is a step in the right direction.
Detailing done right: make your car sparkle this spring
FERGUS - Having a car is almost a necessity for most people in today’s world, and not unlike clothing, a vehicle’s appearance is often a reflection of how their owners express themselves.
Stelter to speak about John Galt, the local Indigenous and the founding of Guelph
GUELPH - The Guelph Historical Society is hosting a lecture about Guelph’s founding father after its annual general meeting on April 4.
Headwaters Arts presents Wild and Free
ALTON - Spring has sprung and Headwaters Arts is ready to celebrate with its third members’ show.
College Royal returns to in-person event for 99th year
GUELPH – College Royal celebrated its 99th year with an in-person event at the University of Guelph over the March 18-19 weekend.