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Affordable housing seen as potential use for Lauris Avenue surplus lands

Affordable housing seen as potential use for Lauris Avenue surplus lands

Councillors say there are a number of ways, from affordable housing to green space with recreation, that the former Alison Park Public School property could be used
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Main Street east of Franklin closed for site servicing until Friday

Main Street east of Franklin closed for site servicing until Friday

Next week a stretch of Eagle Street North will see reduced lanes
<b>(UPDATE:)</b> Region reports one new death from COVID, 12 new cases Tuesday

(UPDATE:) Region reports one new death from COVID, 12 new cases Tuesday

Region of Waterloo has seen 281 COVID-related deaths to date
Heritage committee recommends expanding study area for Galt core heritage designation

Heritage committee recommends expanding study area for Galt core heritage designation

The move comes with a recommendation that council support additional research, including consultation with property owners
Cambridge resident faces numerous charges related to sexual exploitation of a minor

Cambridge resident faces numerous charges related to sexual exploitation of a minor

The 25-year-old faces several charges, including sexual assault on a person under 16
Region says ambulance service will be maintained if unions strike this weekend

Region says ambulance service will be maintained if unions strike this weekend

The Region of Waterloo says it's working to determine the number of staff required to meet the obligations of the Essential Ambulance Services Agreement
WRPS launch annual Backpack Challenge

WRPS launch annual Backpack Challenge

The challenge encourages residents to buy new backpacks, lunch bags, school supplies, or gift cards to be donated to children and families in need
Ontario science advisory group recommends extra curriculars resume, schools stay open

Ontario science advisory group recommends extra curriculars resume, schools stay open

Given high vaccination rates in the province, the science table expects low levels of transmission of the virus and hospitalizations in the fall
City moves step closer to building Fountain Street soccer complex

City moves step closer to building Fountain Street soccer complex

The Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee votes in favour of staff recommendation, setting stage for Aug. 10 council decision