Heritage Matters – If you are so fortunate as to own a Heritage Home in a community it is not a curse to try and renovate it. If you decide to renovate your home it is a myth to believe that your civil liberties will be denied.
Now we’ll just have to wait and see whether the expanded Fergus library branch and the BIA’s riverwalk landscaping project will revitalize downtown Fergus, as many hope.
Not All There by Ann Hepburn – Loyal readers will remember the introduction of Chica, the kitten that climbed my pants (Is that a kitten climbing my pants? November 28, 2012), the poor little thing has had a pretty rough week…
The latest mural by artist Cliff Smith has been unveiled at the corner of George and Charles Street in Arthur on the side of the building that used to house the New to You store, and before that Brenda’s Bakery.
TasteReal invites the community to join in Saturday, May 25 for the 3rd Annual Spring Wellington Rural Romp.
The Arthur Food Bank has received a big boost with a $2,000 donation through the Union Gas Helping Hands in Action project.
Arthur United Church Minister Gail Clarkson had her hair cut, dyed and spiked after her congregation raised more than $2,000 to get work done on the church.
Pieter de Josselin de Jong and Alan Rawlins have been appointed to the Wellington North Power Board of Directors.
A lot of children and adults were on hand to watch the ducks drop at 2pm, on Saturday, May 11 in the annual Duck Races Plus in Arthur.
Imagine April Marshall’s surprise when she saw a news feed on Facebook about a butter tart tour, clicked on it thinking she was going to read about Wellington North’s Butter Tart Trail™ and instead was taken to a news article about the launch of the Kawarthas Butter Tart Tour.