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City of Kitchener staff and councillors hit the streets downtown on Tuesday to take part in a 20-minute makeover in honour of Earth Day. Mayor Carl Zehr and Ward 2 Coun. Berry Vrbanovic were spotted down the street from City Hall picking up and bagging trash.
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Residents concerned about parking, vandalism during Big Music Fest
About 125 people attended a public information session about Big Music Fest last week and aired concerns about parking, security, vandalism and costs.
Regional economic development relies on trust between municipalities
Trust continues to be a major stumbling block in achieving a regional economic development strategy, councillors from across Waterloo Region heard during an all-council meeting last week.
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The time is now
If there was any season for the Eastwood Rebels to have high expectations in senior boys soccer, it’s this season.
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J. M. Schneider would be proud to see that his landmark billboard beside Hwy 401 has been refurbished by the company’s present owners, Maple Leaf Foods.
La yapa: wacky food festivals
This weekend marks the annual Waterloo Region Food & Drink Show, an event that has taken place at the Kitchener Auditorium the past several years.
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Sports | April 24

The time is now

If there was any season for the Eastwood Rebels to have high expectations in senior boys soccer, it’s this season.