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Stunting bike rider faces slew of charges in Guelph

Police charged a 27-year-old Guelph man with possession of a weapon, drugs and a stolen credit card.

Tribune photo by Ned Bekavac

Trailer flip on Woodlawn Road

A pickup truck hauling a storage container lost control of it while making a right-hand turn from the Hanlon Parkway to Woodlawn Road Thursday morning.

Drivers nabbed for street racing in Guelph

Two Waterloo Region men caught by Wellington OPP driving at close to double posted speed limit.

Police searching for two reckless drivers

During the early hours of Friday morning, two vehicles in separate incidents caused significant damage to city property before fleeing the scenes.

GRCA event lineup is for everyone

From a “world endurance” triathlon to campfire marshmallow roast, exciting events are happen at Guelph Lake and surrounding conservation areas this fall.

School’s in session, drive with caution

With the school year fast approaching, so too are morning drives spent navigating school buses and students.

Properties owing taxes have little impact on city’s credit rating

More than 4,500 properties in Guelph were in arrears on their city taxes as of June 30.

Traffic delays for move-in day

Public access to roads around the University of Guelph campus will be affected this Saturday, which is when most students will move into campus residences and also when Orientation Week kicks off.

Local federal candidates to discuss electoral reform next week

All except Conservative candidate Gloria Kovach will debate merits of proportional representation versus first-past-the-post

Tribune photo by Samantha Beattie

Expect delays as roadwork begins

Major traffic restrictions will go into effect Sept. 8 at the busy intersection of Woodlawn Road and Woolwich Street, and the city is warning that long delays could also affect the intersection of Woolwich and Speedvale Avenue.

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