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Life saved at university
Local emergency responders are praising public access defibrillators after one was used to help save a person at the University of Guelph on Thursday.
Lots of stolen bikes found
Police are putting the call out to local people who have recently had bikes stolen, after about 20 bicycles were seized from a home on Paisley Street.
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Sona found guilty
Former Conservative Party staff member Michael Sona has been found guilty of using misleading automated phone calls to Guelph voters in the 2011 federal election.
Art services
Shelter search on fast track
Although the organization will not need to move until the middle of 2016, the Guelph Humane Society is feeling the pressure to find a new home sooner rather than later.
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Glass greenhouse in park on way out
The city has two greenhouses in its operations yard in the northwest corner of Riverside Park, and one of them is due to be replaced.
GO Transit tinkers with fall schedule
Some minor changes to GO Transit schedules, which go into effect Aug. 30, could affect Guelph passengers.
Have you seen red car?
Police are looking for a red car with major damage to its passenger side after a hit and run collision on Monday night.
Assault charges after bus incident
Two people have been charged with assault after an incident on a city bus on Tuesday afternoon.
Industrial accident kills Milton man
The man who was killed Monday in an industrial accident in Puslinch has been identified as 47-year-old Ulando Reid of Milton.
Man found dead in swimming pool
A young man found unresponsive in a swimming pool died over the weekend.
Wilson farmhouse
Wilson farmhouse reduced to rubble
Neighbourhood residents came out to watch the show last week as the Wilson farmhouse finally met its end.
Rental housing
Rental housing licenses off table – for now
A city council committee has approved a city-staff recommendation not to implement a rental housing licensing program – for now.
St. George's Square
Road test St. George's Square plan, says Piper
Before city council commits to shelling out the big money on a redesign of St. George’s Square, one city councillor suggested giving the plan a trial run.
Movement at IMICO?
Prospects are good for marketing the city-owned former IMICO site on Beverley Street for construction of medium-density rental housing, says a new city hall report.
Transit lockout
Transit union boss happy about deal with city
After a two week lockout, the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1189 president Andrew Cleary is thrilled buses will be up and running Friday.
City buses hit road on Friday
City buses will be running again this Friday Aug. 8 and as an added bonus, they’ll be free to ride.
City to prep more Hanlon Park lands
Council has endorsed a city staff proposal for moving towards development of the third and final phase of the Hanlon Creek Business Park.
Plans for quarry concern residents
A group of Guelph Eramosa Township residents concerned about a proposed quarry in the Rockwood area will be making their concerns known by attending a special council meeting on the subject on Aug. 12.
 
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