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Range of emotions after two sides in church zoning dispute meet again

Anglican Diocese of Niagara and Guelph’s McElderrry Community still at odds over former St. Matthias Anglican Church property.

Canadian Press

Loblaws mum on local impact of planned closures

Loblaw isn’t saying if any of its supermarkets and drugstores in the Guelph area are on the chopping block, following an announcement that it will close 52 stores across Canada over the next year.

(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

Guelph gets pick-me-up

City officials respond to arrival of controversial ride-sharing app, Uber

Man found unconscious on road

Police were called to Gladstone Avenue Friday night when residents observed a man lying unconscious on the road.

Man arrested at dog festival

A man took advantage of the excitement at the Riverside Park Dog Lovers Days festival Saturday to sneak into multiple tents and rummage through their contents.

Driver charged for taking money for rides

Guelph Police charged a resident after he or she picked up passengers from downtown and charged them for the service.

Tribune photo by Angelo Mazziotto

Well known Guelph Police Service dog euthanized following brief illness

Nitro, a 10-year-old purebred German shepherd, had to be humanely euthanized Thursday at the Ontario Veterinary College.

News Services

Beware of giant hogweed warns city staff

The city is warning residents to be aware of the danger of giant hogweed after staff removed several plants from a riverside park last week.

(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

Uber is now in Guelph

As of 2 p.m. Thursday, Guelph residents have another option when it comes to getting around the city.

News Services

Green light for Guelph food trucks starting Aug. 1

Mobile food vendors will be allowed to purchase short-term licenses starting next month.

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