The man who was observed painting graffiti near War Memorial Hall and then fleeing the scene early last week has turned himself in.
Guelph’s future ability to participate in large provincial and federal infrastructure programs could be at risk due to council’s decision about how to pay for the Urbacon lawsuit settlement.
Guelph has to devote more money to capital spending on infrastructure, and it might need to look beyond the regular tax base for funding, city council was told Tuesday.
For the first time ever, city hall is using the power of the Internet to get the public involved early in Guelph’s budget process.
In attempts to create a safer environment for staff and patients, Guelph General Hospital is replacing some of its patient support workers with “highly trained” security guards.
More than a dozen police cruisers and emergency vehicles lined Reid Court Wednesday afternoon after a man allegedly broke into four homes and intentionally lit one on fire.
A man was arrested at Guelph General Hospital after causing a disturbance Monday evening.
Three collisions Tuesday resulted in two road closures, damages and minor injuries.
Anglican Diocese of Niagara and Guelph’s McElderrry Community still at odds over former St. Matthias Anglican Church property.
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.