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City files $500 million lawsuit against US guardrail maker

The lawsuit, filed by the municipality last week and first reported by ABC News, alleges the company’s product is defective and dangerous.

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Car stolen overnight from Nissan dealership

Perth County OPP were dispatched around 12:30 a.m. Monday after an alarm activated. They did not observe any suspicious activity but determined a vehicle has been stolen from the lot.

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A legacy that lives on in Morocco

Marie Struthers is the founder of Leyla’s Legacy: Hope for Moroccan Children, an organization that supports children with medical and school costs, birth registrations, and other daily essentials needed to break the cycle of poverty

Cement Midgets take commanding 2-0 series lead

Rock displays a smothering defence against Caledonia Thunder Sunday night

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Cooper heritage designation shelved

Staff says it’s “premature” to decide what should be saved on property without knowing plans for overall site

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York Street lot could be off-limits for events

With about four months to go, organizers of Stratford Blues & Ribfest could soon find themselves scrambling to find a new venue.

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Welcome curlers to Walkerton!

Walkerton is set to host The Ontario Curling Association Best Western 2015 Men’s and Women’s Intermediate Provincial Curling Championships March 4-7, when 64 athletes from across Ontario will compete for the 2015 title. Pictured is the only Walkerton team in the tournament, consisting of (from the left) Sara Almas, Tracy Cassidy, Tracey Schaus and Brenda [...]

PMT presents drawings of East Ridge soccer fields

While the tender documents for the proposed East Ridge soccer fields are being prepared, a request for proposals is being withheld until the Brant Central site is fully investigated.

Brockton CAO Radford plans to retire this summer

The only CAO Brockton has ever known has announced his retirement.

Council drops fraud e-vote investigation

Brockton council won’t go ahead with a forensic audit of the alleged corrupt election practices in last year’s municipal election.

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