The United Way of Guelph Wellington Dufferin will kick off its 2014 fundraising campaign on Sept. 10 with a community barbecue at Market Square on Carden Street.
Cam Guthrie has released his full platform for becoming the city’s next mayor, consisting of five promises that he says will “create a better Guelph.”
The company that plans to redevelop the former W.C. Wood factory site didn’t get everything it wanted from city council last week, but it’s aiming to break ground on the first phase of the development next April.
With kids heading back to school in just one week, the Guelph Police Service is reminding drivers of the reduced speed limits around school zones.
A high-rise condominium tower planned for the downtown will be the first residential building in Guelph to be heated and cooled by district energy, rather than by its own heating and cooling equipment.
Voters who want the low-down on Internet voting are being invited to a hands-on demonstration on Sept. 3.
It’s been a challenge, but the local public school board expects to have all of its new schools ready to welcome students on Sept. 2.
Guelph’s chief librarian has resigned after less than four years in the job for what she describes as family reasons.
A controversial concept for redesigning St. George’s Square has been endorsed by city council in a close vote. It’s an issue some say could play a role in the Oct. 27 civic elections.
The all-night arts extravaganza known as a Nuit Blanche, which was added to the Guelph Jazz Festival in 2010, won’t be happening this year.