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An employee at a Food Basics in Kitchener has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The Region of Waterloo is reporting 158 local cases of COVID-19. That's 10 more than were reported on Friday morning at 10:30 a.m.
A resident of Highview Residences in Kitchener who had tested positive for COVID-19 has died.
A driver has been charged after he was allegedly caught going more than double the speed limit in Wilmot Township.
After a week of warm weather and sunshine in the region, many people will be looking toward the gardening season.
Public health officials are reporting a total of 67 cases in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph and six COVID-19 outbreaks at instiutions in the area.
Perth County OPP have charged six people and recovered nearly $40,000 in drugs, cash and stolen goods from two Listowel homes.
Police in Guelph say they’re looking to speak with two people after a grocery store clerk was assaulted on Wednesday night.
The TSSA says that, in February, it suspended the gas certificate of the worker involved in a Guelph house explosion.
The COVID-19 pandemic death projections released today by provincial officials may be a lot to take in and leave many with feelings of sadness, anxiety and stress.
Three inmates at Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener has tested positive for COVID-19, according to Correctional Service Canada.
The Ontario government will be closing additional workplaces over the weekend and will be shutting down all non-critical industrial construction sites as the province works to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
"April showers bring May flowers," the saying goes, but we started off the month with a stretch of sunshine along with above seasonal temperatures.
The City of Cambridge is following suit with Waterloo and Guelph as they announced they'll be laying off 440 employees.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused another city in the area to lay off hundreds of employees.
Region of Waterloo Public Health is reporting another 19 new cases of COVID-19.
Ontario is forecasting that between 3,000 and 15,000 people in the province will die from COVID-19 with health measures that are already in place.
Those in the hospitality industry have been forced to shut their doors to dine-in customers, meaning revenue is now at an all-time low.
With many struggling to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, Grand River Transit says it will be offering free service to all passengers until May 31.
Officers say they stopped a speeding delivery driver on his way to drop off a food order on Thursday night.
Region of Waterloo Public Health is scheduled to provide its latest update on COVID-19.
Public health officials in Ontario are set to release data today showing how many people could die of COVID-19 under a number of different scenarios.
While many veterinary clinics remain open during the pandemic, they're making changes to the way they interact with customers to make sure they're practicing physical distancing.
Charities in Waterloo Region have been adjusting to the pandemic on the fly, trying their best to continue their work and service.
The Ontario Provincial Police in Norfolk County are asking people to refrain from calling them about barking dogs and animal complaints.
A spokeswoman for the province says a man accused of double murder was mistakenly released from a northern Ontario jail.
A person in their 80s has died from COVID-19 in Guelph, the city's first fatality from the virus.
Brant County Health Unit has confirmed its first death related to COVID-19.