Bridge was elected Wellington County Warden by members of county council at Friday’s inaugural meeting, defeating Centre Wellington Ward Coun. Shawn Watters and Puslinch Ward Coun. Don McKay.
Once again this year, we’re all dreaming of a “White Christmas”… but without last year’s ice storm!
Students in the County of Wellington are being invited to take an interest in crime; by designing the new Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington Student Program poster.
Fiscal responsibility will be the cornerstone of Wellington North council’s efforts in the next four-year term, Mayor Andy Lennox told those attending the inaugural meeting of the new council on Monday evening, Dec. 1.
Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.
The mild temperatures really helped to bring out the crowds for the annual Arthur Santa Claus parade on Saturday, Nov. 29.
The seniors present at the monthly Congregate Dining, sponsored by the Seniors Centre for Excellence, heard about the benefits of getting a hearing aid to assist in their lives.
Around 150 local business owners, Chamber of Commerce representatives, community members and assorted politicians attended the first Wellington County Business Resource Breakfast in Fergus on Wednesday, Nov. 19.
Volunteers who work within the Groves Memorial Hospital Volunteer Association were treated to a delicious turkey dinner, and had the opportunity to watch their friends get pins and certificates for long service, as well as participate in the AGM for the association on Nov. 17.
Students from St. John’s were honored for their work in the Remembrance Day poster and literary competition recently.