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The health units for Waterloo Region and Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph have both announced big milestones on their COVID-19 vaccine journeys.
A virtual scavenger hunt that started in Wilmot Township is helping communities stay connected and offering a virtual escape during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two construction projects happening at the same time are disrupting traffic in Downtown Kitchener, with the road closures causing concerns from some area businesses.
Confusion and uncertainty continue for international students with Canada suspending flights from both India and Pakistan, and now the government of Ontario asking for even tighter restrictions.
A new rainbow-coloured Pride crosswalk in Paris, Ont. was vandalized just days after it was unveiled, prompting an investigation in the small town, Ontario Provincial Police say.
A promise to return to in-person summer camps this year from Ontario Premier Doug Ford is providing a Kitchener family with a sense of relief.
Stratford police have charged 14 people in connection with a late-April "No More Lockdowns" anti-restrictions rally that drew more than 700 protestors.
A teen from Elmira has been sentenced as adult to life in prison for killing his mother.
There have been 64 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Waterloo Region, as the active case count now sits at 500.
A homicide investigation has both the OPP and Owen Sound police on the case.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says that her government will reopen recreational amenities 'on or before June 2' when the current stay-at-home order is set to expire.
A single vehicle crash at a property in Cambridge has resulted in minor injuries for an elderly man.
A targeted initiative to clamp down on street racing and high-risk driving behaviour in Waterloo Region resulted in 26 charges being laid, police say.
Two people are facing multiple charges after an alleged robbery at a Weber Street North pharmacy Monday afternoon.
The City of Guelph is launching a six-month pilot project that will see drivers able to pay for parking on Delhi Street using a mobile app.
A Guelph man is facing a slew of charges after police reportedly saw him doing doughnuts on the University of Guelph campus Friday.
Riverfest Elora is being postponed until 2022 amid ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19 restrictions this summer.
The KW Oktoberfest office in downtown Kitchener is getting a facelift through a joint redevelopment venture, the festival announced in a release on Monday.
Ontario is reporting fewer than 2,200 new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row.
A seven-year-old Cambridge boy has started a snack stand in an effort to raise enough money for him to sponsor a service dog.
A man from Cambridge initially arrested in January as part of a child pornography investigation is now facing more charges.
Starting tomorrow, all Ontario residents over the age of 18 will be able to book a COVID-19 vaccine, a week ahead of the province’s initial rollout schedule.
University of Guelph researchers are studying the ethics behind whether COVID-19 immunity passports would help minimize the spread of the disease in Ontario.
Norm Jary Park in Guelph is getting a facelift this summer with a new basketball court complex designed to "re-invent" the space for the community.
One of Ontario’s biggest retail pharmacy chains will now offer rapid antigen COVID-19 tests across the province.
Premier Doug Ford says Ontario summer camps are 'opening up this year.'
The pastor of a small Ontario town church was greeted with a standing ovation as hundreds gathered for an outdoor service Sunday after their church was shuttered by a court order last week.
There are 66 new cases of COVID-19 being reported in Waterloo Region, as the area’s active case count has dropped by eight.