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Joe McGinty

Joe McGinty

Joe McGinty is a multimedia journalist who covers local news in the Cambridge area. He is a graduate of Conestoga College and began his career as a freelance journalist at CambridgeToday before joining full time.

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Recent Work by Joe

Cambridge's new $15 million soccer complex kicks off with a bang

Cambridge's new $15 million soccer complex kicks off with a bang

Seven brand new soccer fields are now open to the public to enjoy as the city officially cuts the ribbon on its new soccer complex
Hundreds show up for the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts

Hundreds show up for the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts

Local artists take front stage to showcase and celebrate the Cambridge arts and performance scene
Cambridge Food Bank gets a helping hand from Gore Mutual

Cambridge Food Bank gets a helping hand from Gore Mutual

Over 500 employees across the country got out into their communities to lend a helping hand
Longtime City of Cambridge worker retires after 50 years on the job

Longtime City of Cambridge worker retires after 50 years on the job

From digging graves by hand in the 1970s to using iPads to find underground services, many things have changed in Doug Stenning's 50 years with the City of Cambridge
Local youth get a chance to be chief of police for the day

Local youth get a chance to be chief of police for the day

Three youth from Waterloo region became 'chief for a day' at police headquarters in Cambridge
Conestoga's 'lamb-mowers' are back in action at the Cambridge campus' solar farm

Conestoga's 'lamb-mowers' are back in action at the Cambridge campus' solar farm

New 'lamb-scaping' crew turning heads at Conestoga College where the new solar-grazing initiative is underway at the school's solar farm
Hate-motivated crimes up in Waterloo region 94 per cent

Hate-motivated crimes up in Waterloo region 94 per cent

Waterloo region has now passed the provincial average for hate-motivated crimes and will continue to see this trend climb, say police
Closure of Cambridge encampment was used as a 'de-campment blueprint' by police

Closure of Cambridge encampment was used as a 'de-campment blueprint' by police

Police spent 17,887 hours responding to calls around encampments and shelters in 2023
New security team aims to 'keep Cambridge safe' while patrolling parks

New security team aims to 'keep Cambridge safe' while patrolling parks

Cambridge residents can expect to see new security officers on patrol soon, walking around parks and arenas to deter vandalism and other unwanted activities
'No excuse:' Abandoned dog found tied up and covered in maggots in Cambridge

'No excuse:' Abandoned dog found tied up and covered in maggots in Cambridge

Found left for dead, tied up and malnourished in 30-degree heat at a Cambridge park, a small poodle mix is on the path to recovery and finding their forever home
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