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Investigation of mayor's expenses totals $25,000
The investigation into Woolwich mayor Todd Cowan's questionable expenses will cost area taxpayers $25,000.
Regional chair candidate facing trio of charges
Cambridge’s John Wolf may have a checkered past and freely admits to having run-ins with the law, but the regional chair candidate doesn’t believe that will hurt his chances of unseating longtime chair Ken Seiling.

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Wednesday, September, 10, 2014 - 5:05:56 PM
Another bucket dumped for ALS "Congratulations on accepting the challenge Ted!"
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Saturday, September, 06, 2014 - 5:05:44 PM
Bygone era of local school decisions "As a student I went from a four room community public school to a regional school with multiple rooms for each grade to a regional hight school with 14 grade 9's. at each step I felt more disconnected from the learning process. Indifferent teachers t"
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Thursday, August, 28, 2014 - 12:12:31 AM
Bad money managing "If Stratford got the 100 million for Festival Hydro, I believe that would eliminate their debt, or very close to it, if they wanted to pay if off. This alone, would stop them from having to pay to service that debt, perhaps saving as much per year as"
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LRT opponent takes up regional chair challenge
A recently filed candidate for Region of Waterloo chair isn’t yet sure if he’ll be voting in light-rail transit (LRT) decisions if elected.
Incumbent councillor Mark Bauman acclaimed in Ward 2
There will definitely be one familiar face on Woolwich Township council after Oct. 27.
Wellesley all-candidates meeting
Wellesley's political hopefuls will face each other — and the public — at an all-candidates meeting coming Sept. 23 at the Wellesley Community Centre.
Suspicious male reported near Wellesley school
Waterloo Regional Police were called to Wellesley Public School on Sept. 15, after the report of a suspicious male on school grounds.
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Exploring new possibilities
A group of planning students from the University of Waterloo is adding its voice to the ongoing conversation surrounding the fate of the Cooper site.
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City has to be smart with its money, says first-time candidate
Sheri Patterson has some specialized skills that she thinks will make her an asset to Stratford council.
Candidate cites economic, social development as priorities
Anyone who followed closely the public school accommodation review that took place in Stratford in 2011-12 knows full-well that Kathy Vassilakos isn't one to shy away from a complex problem that requires thorough research and analysis.
Town hall parking lot well over budget
SOUTH HURON — The parking lot project adjacent to South Huron’s town hall in Exeter has proven to be a lot more complicated — and a lot more expensive — than originally thought.
Acclamations in South Huron and Lucan Biddulph
SOUTH HURON — There will be no election in South Huron’s Exeter ward this fall as both candidates were acclaimed when no further candidates stepped forward by last Friday’s deadline for nominations.
Davis-Dagg makes it three-way race for mayor in Lambton Shores
LAMBTON SHORES — Declaring “it’s time for a change,” Deputy Mayor Elizabeth Davis-Dagg ended her silence on nomination deadline day Sept. 12 by formally entering the race for mayor.
Bluewater hires Gary Long as CAO
BLUEWATER – For 13-plus years, Gary Long enjoyed working provincially and federally with MPPs and MPs, but he was always drawn to municipal politics.
Shooting victim identified
CLINTON – One man is dead as a police investigation continues into a fatal shooting near Clinton.
Smythe excited about Cooper site possibilities
As a city councillor and chair of Stratford’s Planning and Heritage subcommittee, as well as a member of the Heritage Stratford advisory committee, Karen Smythe has been hearing it from both sides as to what should happen with the Cooper site and the former railway shops.
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Palmerston Terry Fox Run grows for third consecutive year
PALMERSTON – As 83-year-old resident Stan Freeland took his last step in the Terry Fox Run on Sunday, he capped an impressive 13-year fundraising journey for cancer research.
Trustee vacancy as deadline passes
NORTH PERTH – With the deadline for the municipal election come and gone, North Perth was notable not for last-minute additions but for a lack of candidates.
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