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Tauni Sheldon is often referred to as “the picture-perfect baby” with full cheeks, almond-shaped eyes and sporting a frilly white dress.
People living in a Kitchener neighbourhood may get a visit from police Tuesday.
A new assembly line at auto parts manufacturer PWO Canada’s Kitchener facility will create 27 new, good paying jobs, the Ontario government says.
OPP have arrested a 16-year-old after they say around 150 youths were involved in numerous fights at the fairgrounds in Caledonia.
A rear-end crash in Guelph has resulted in two vehicles catching fire and one person getting injured.
Waterloo regional police have arrested four teenagers after they say a Pride flag was taken from a Kitchener high school, trampled on, and burned.
A fundraiser for a one-year-old's emergency surgery only needed five hours to meet its goal.
Four people are officially in the running to become Cambridge's next Ward 1 councillor.
K-W Oktoberfest is searching for kids between the ages of 12 and 17 to act as sign carriers for the parade.
A man accused of breaking and entering is now facing additional charges after police say he was found passed out in a stolen vehicle.
A man from Hillsburgh is facing impaired driving charges after he allegedly hit a fire hydrant and flooded a Guelph street.
From ultra-low interest rates that led to a huge spike in real estate demand to the speed with which interest rates shot up to levels not seen in a generation, it's been hard to keep up with the shifting landscape for mortgage holders.
Shots reportedly fired in a Cambridge neighbourhood now have police investigating.
A pair of unrelated fires in Kitchener has resulted in a dog dying and an Ontario Fire Marshal investigation.
Sentencing in a hit and run trial, a Cambridge encampment being cleared, and some big changes for CTV Kitchener round out the most-read stories of the week.
A list of what is opened and closed Sept. 30 on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
A driver is facing speeding charges after allegedly telling Ontario Province Police, “I am running late for my tee time.”
Nearly a million minimum wage earners in Ontario got a pay bump today.
A large crowd of over 600 people gathered in Breslau Sunday afternoon around a memorial wall covered with the names of those who died during and before the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are eight potential scenarios based on the results of the three games.
Huron County OPP is investigating after a seasonal cottage was allegedly wrecked by vandals causing more than $100,000 in damage.
A sea of orange filled the streets of Kitchener Saturday morning as the sound of drummers and singers emanated throughout the city’s downtown core.
Collectors of all kinds got a special treat Sunday wit the return of the Collectibles Expo to Bingemans.
Ontario residents can now access treatment and medication for six more common ailments at pharmacies across the province.
The OHL season is officially underway for three local teams.
The True North Reconciliation Walk gave locals a chance to reflect and remember in a tranquil environment.
A community collaboration at Wilfrid Laurier University is shining a brighter light on Indigenous culture.
Indigenous music, learning, dancing, and a new exhibit launch were just some of what was available at THEMUSEUM on Saturday.