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Bringing food to Belmont Village — that’s the plan for Tuesdays, since the area has been without a full service grocer since the 1970s.
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More hospital beds needed
In 10 years, the region will need an additional 170 hospital beds to accommodate the aging and growing population.
No charges in Brock Street case
Police say the man found dead, alongside a woman at a Brock Street home, is responsible for both deaths.
Sports
Murray picks Kentucky
In a highly publicized announcement, Kitchener native Jamal Murray announced last week he will attend the University of Kentucky for the 2015-2016 season.
Jamieson excited to show Canadian might at games
Two years ago, Sean Jamieson had a chance to represent Canada in the qualifier for the World Baseball Classic, but this time it’s even bigger.
What's On
Walk the talk in Doon Village
July 11, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Society for the Preservation of Upper Doon (SPUD) is holding a Front Yard Talk.
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From the hip
Tragically Hip singer, Gord Downie, performs at the Aud as The Tragically Hip continued their Fully and Completely North American tour on Monday night.
Opinion
La Yapa: Cherries
Cherries are delicious. Cherries are heavenly. Cherries are here — and then they are gone. Poof. Done.
Signs, signs, everywhere a sign
You can’t travel along many streets in Kitchener without running into one — a construction sign.

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