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Thousands of Wilfrid Laurier University students and alumni usually gather to celebrate on Homecoming weekend, but this year it looked a lot different thanks to COVID-19.
Marten’s Furniture Wonderland announced this week that it will be closing its doors for good.
Police have shut down Road 116 in Wellesley Township while they investigate a serious crash.
The Ward 7 seat has been empty since Councilor Frank Monteiro passed away in October 2019.
Public health officials have declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School.
Karen Redman has come under fire for some photos she posted to social media showing an Oktoberfest celebration.
Crowds took over Mosley St Saturday afternoon as a parade of vehicles filled the air with the smell of burning rubber.
The CP Holiday Train won't be making stops in Cambridge and Ayr this winter.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Waterloo Region has dropped for the second the day in a row.
Health officials in Ontario are confirming more than 400 new cases of COVID-19 for the third day in a row.
An elementary school in Shelburne, just north of Orangeville, is reporting its first case of school-related exposure to COVID-19.
Waterloo's fall market has been cancelled due to “unforeseen reasons."
Screampark officially opened Friday night at Bingeman’s in Kitchener.
Woodstock police are investigating a pair of unrelated stabbings Friday afternoon.
The Ontario government is slapping tighter restrictions on restaurants and bars, as well as ordering strips clubs to close, in an effort to crackdown on "outbreak clusters" of COVID-19.
Bars and restaurants in Waterloo Region are concerned about new restrictions put in place by the province to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
The province says COVID-19 testing will be available next week at select pharmacies in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Brantford.
Provincial police have charged 27 people in connection to an illegal cannabis operation in Norfolk County, and say they're anticipating more arrests.
As public health officials report more COVID-19 cases in schools, CTVNewsKitchener.ca tracks every known case in the school system.
A Waterloo man is facing voyeurism charges after police say a woman found a recording device in the bathroom of her residence.
The total number of cases in the region now sits at 1,676, while the number of resolved cases has increased by 11 to 1,407.
Waterloo regional police Chief Bryan Larkin has renewed the call to students to avoid large gatherings this Homecoming weekend.
As more students in Waterloo Region transition from in-person to virtual learning, a local teachers' union says there are too many students in the classes.
The first few days of the fall season featured an abundance of sunshine and above-seasonal temperatures.
COVID-19 testing sites in rural Ontario are facing similar issues to ones in larger cities, including long lines and extended wait times.
This year's climate change rally in Waterloo Region looked a bit different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kitchener's Centre in the Square is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
The list of symptoms that parents have to screen their children for before sending them off to school may soon be shortened, according to Health Minister Christine Elliott.