With the speed at which technology is changing, it might seem surprising that 9-1-1 operators are still taking calls the old-fashioned way – no texts and definitely no instant messaging.
The former Lafarge quarry lands are finally set for development, eight years after a developer first proposed commercial building on the vacant 54-acre site.
So far, a plan to keep driving instructors from all taking their students to the same streets seems to be working.
Local residents feel strongly that improving waste reduction at apartment buildings and condos, and at businesses, should be a priority for the city.
A 60-year-old man suffered serious injuries after being hit by a car on Dawson Road on Tuesday evening.
Guelph trustee Mark Bailey has been re-elected as the chair of the Upper Grand District School Board for the coming year.
The Upper Grand District School Board has decided to allow French immersion students from Rockwood and other parts of East Wellington to keep going to Guelph schools after next June after all – but without busing.
Ken Danby school is going to get a new principal starting Jan. 1, as its current principal moves temporarily to a job with the province’s education ministry.
Trustees at the Wellington Catholic District School Board have picked their chair and vice-chair for the coming year.
Consumers will get a small break at the supermarket next year, mainly because of greater competition, University of Guelph researchers are predicting.