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Rendering from council package

W.C. Wood plans set for unveiling

After years of site cleanup and planning for the future of the former W. C. Wood factory land on Arthur Street, the plans for building more than 600 dwellings as well as commercial space there will be unveiled next week.

Tribune Photo By Laurie Snell

Hidden house fetches $223,500 at auction

On the corner of Water Street and Denver Road is a quarter-acre property hidden behind an overgrown cedar grove.

Reported collisions up versus last year

The first half of 2014 was a busy one for car accidents in the city.

Life saved at university

Local emergency responders are praising public access defibrillators after one was used to help save a person at the University of Guelph on Thursday.

Lots of stolen bikes found

Police are putting the call out to local people who have recently had bikes stolen, after about 20 bicycles were seized from a home on Paisley Street.

Sona found guilty

Former Conservative Party staff member Michael Sona has been found guilty of using misleading automated phone calls to Guelph voters in the 2011 federal election.

Art services

Shelter search on fast track

Although the organization will not need to move until the middle of 2016, the Guelph Humane Society is feeling the pressure to find a new home sooner rather than later.

Tribune photo

Glass greenhouse in park on way out

The city has two greenhouses in its operations yard in the northwest corner of Riverside Park, and one of them is due to be replaced.

GO Transit tinkers with fall schedule

Some minor changes to GO Transit schedules, which go into effect Aug. 30, could affect Guelph passengers.

Have you seen red car?

Police are looking for a red car with major damage to its passenger side after a hit and run collision on Monday night.

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