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Trib #2 in the province
The Guelph Tribune has been named the second best newspaper in Ontario in its circulation class.
Chemical crews find more barrels
Twenty-one drums were removed from Wellington Street’s construction site last week.
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Town hall
Residents air beefs to city police
The first of three police town hall meetings got off to a slow start Thursday evening, with seven officers easily outnumbering residents
Ash borers
City says check for emerald ash borers
The city is asking Guelph residents to help manage the emerald ash borer infestation by checking their ash trees.
Police shooting
Police identify victim in hospital shooting
The Special Investigations Unit has identified the 36-year-old man fatally shot by police at Guelph General Hospital as Brandon Scott Duncan.
Last call for federal Conservative nominees
Anyone considering running to be the Conservative candidate in Guelph in this year’s federal election has until Thursday to file nominations papers.
Rosslyn Bentley leaving hospice
Hospice Wellington executive director Rosslyn Bentley is resigning as of June 8.
Road construction
Five construction areas you might want to avoid
It’s the season for roadwork, which promises progress but can mean short-term headaches for drivers.
Grade 10 civics project gives street level lessons
Centennial Collegiate students transcended the classroom and became advocates for their community through a civics project. It resulted in them awarding $5,000 to Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis.
Skills trainingmoney for four groups
Four local organizations are joining forces to provide machining and welding training to youth.
Guelph Central Station closed May 23-24
Guelph Central Station will close temporarily this Saturday, May 23 and Sunday May 24 .
Solstice 3
Solstice 3 going to OMB over church site plans
Rare, disappointing and extremely frustrating are the words Ward 5 city councillors use to describe HIP Development’s decision to go to the Ontario Municipal Board.
Guelph General Hospital issues statement
The following is a statement issued by Guelph General Hosptial following a shooting death on the premises:
Police seek input from residents
Police seek input from residents
Guelph Police will hold three community town hall meetings to get feedback on policing priorities.
U of G showcases culinary expertise
New York City will get a taste of Guelph and of Canada on May 21.
Health unit welcomes food trucks
Health unit welcomes food trucks
Public health officials say they’re not worried by the prospect of food trucks dispensing food on sweltering hot days on street corners in Guelph.
Arts group to benefit from charitable initiative
This year’s Oak Tree Project will award $5,000 to a local charity that best supports the arts through creative programming. Charities can register from May 15 to June 8.
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