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There were four new cases of COVID-19 reported by Region of Waterloo Public Health officials on Wednesday.
A memorial is growing at an apartment building where an eight-month-old boy was found dead on Sunday afternoon.
Just four weeks before children across Ontario head back to school, some are raising concerns about the lack of guidance provided when it comes to dealing with a possible COVID-19 outbreak.
Tenants of an apartment building in Brantford are speaking about an infestation of bed bugs and cockroaches, and claim the landlord isn’t doing enough to keep them out.
How to deal with symbols of hate were both discussion points at council meetings for the Region of Waterloo and municipality of Perth East.
A physical altercation in Waterloo has left one man in hospital with serious injuries.
An online fundraiser for a senior dog found in a plastic bag on the side of the road has tripled its fundraising goal, surpassing $15,000.
Ontario's projected deficit will grow to a record $38.5 billion this year, as the province takes a significant financial hit from the effects of COVID-19, forcing the government to increase its pandemic rescue package to $30 billion in 2020-2021.
The Guelph Police Service said it handed out 487 tickets for speeding between July 1 and 31.
Speed was a factor in a three-vehicle collision in Kitchener on Tuesday afternoon, according to Waterloo regional police.
From concerns about class sizes to contracting COVID-19, some parents across Canada will not be sending their children back to school this fall.
Researchers from the University of Waterloo and McMaster University are investigating how the virus causing COVID-19 gets into patient's lungs.
The first of many turtles have hatched at the RARE charitable reserve in Cambridge, and are soon going to be returned to the wild.
Public Health Officials in Waterloo Region provided an update on the local COVID-19 situation during a Regional Council meeting Tuesday.
The Region of Waterloo council have approved the design guidelines and neighbourhood communications strategy for the Beechwood affordable housing pilot project.
A candlelight vigil was held in Kitchener Tuesday night to honour the victims of the deadly blast in Beirut that left hundreds dead and wounded several thousand others.
Ontario Provincial Police have been doing their part to put an end to the illegal cannabis market, thanks to a joint enforcement effort.
It is the end of the road for a series of temporary bike lanes in Cambridge, with regional councillors voting to end the pilot project in the city.
A great-grandfather in Fergus is a little richer thanks to a lottery win on an instant bingo game.
Two drivers had their licences suspended following separate traffic stops in Waterloo Region overnight on Tuesday.
Region of Waterloo Public Health officials reported three new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
A 55-year-old woman from Caledon is dead following a collision between a transport truck and an SUV near Palmerston.
Waterloo Region’s demand for more emergency shelter was a thoroughly discussed point during a Tuesday council meeting.
Winter is just months away and it could mean big changes for people in Ontario, who now get to spend their days basking in warm weather as the global pandemic continues to plague the world.
Brant County Public Health is reporting a fifth death related to COVID-19 and say it is unrelated to the current outbreak of the virus at Brantford General Hospital.
The OPP says a bulldog worth $3,500 was stolen during a break-and-enter in North Perth earlier this month.
Waterloo regional police say they have charged a 26-year-old woman with second-degree murder in the death of her eight-month-old son.
A popular bakery in Millbank reopened its doors Tuesday morning following a temporary closure.