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Merger approved by United churches

The new congregation will meet at Central United, while St. John’s, located downtown, will be put up for sale

St. Jacobs man honoured by Volunteer Action Centre

A St. Jacobs businessman has been honoured for his work with the House of Friendship.

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Longtime township employee set to retire

It’s time to say goodbye to Gloria Spencer as she retires on April 17, after 29 years of working for Woolwich Township.

Breslau resident voices opposition to task force plan for school proposal

At least one Breslau resident is not happy with the composition of a proposed task force to look at plans to locate a Catholic school in the community of Breslau.

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TWEEC volunteers help make Woolwich greener

The Township of Woolwich Environmental Enhancement Committee has been quietly doing its part to improve the environment, one tree at a time.

Mayor reports progress on CPAC impasse

Woolwich mayor Sandy Shantz is pleased with the progress that has been made on the future of the Chemtura Public Advisory Committee, after a closed-door session took place on April 9.

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Woolwich municipal election campaign expenses questioned

The election expenses of Ward 1 councillor Scott Hahn are being scrutinized, after another candidate called his expenses into question.

Brockton sending soccer pitches at East Ridge to tender

Brockton will be calling for tenders to build four soccer pitches at East Ridge Business Park.

Graduation rates by board released

The first board-specific graduation rates for the 2013-14 school year were released earlier this month by the Ministry of Education, with the Bluewater Board showing slightly below provincial averages, while the Bruce Grey Catholic Board is well above.

Interest growing in NWMO’s deep geological repository

Interest appears to be growing in the process of selecting a site for the proposed underground storage facility for high level nuclear waste.

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