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Pet of the Week
Anna is a special girl we took a chance on at the K-W Humane Society.
Celebration of Canadian music coming to Centre in the Square
Oh Canada What A Feeling! the feel-good rockumentary that celebrates the musical legacy of this country is coming to the Centre in the Square Oct. 20 for a limited engagement.

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Meet Santa's helpers
Santa’s going to have a lot of help this year with local fire departments and the Waterloo Regional Police pitching in to aid the 18th annual Waterloo Knights of Columbus New Toys for Needy Kids Toy Drive.
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Taste test
Dorothy Tennant feeds a fresh green heirloom tomato to her granddaughter, Avery Tennant, 3, during a trip to Steckle Heritage Farm last Saturday for their annual family day.
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Open water
Roger Nicholson, a member of the Golden Triangle Marine Modelers, sails his cruiser on the Civic Square reflecting pool Wednesday evening. The club meets there every Wednesday during the summer.
Police bicycle auction next weekend
Waterloo Regional Police will auction off unclaimed bicycles on August 23 starting at 9 a.m.
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Get ready to rumble
Steve and Rachel Hardy, along with their dog Crystal, who kept safety in mind by wearing a pink helmet, showed off their motorcycle during Saturday’s Rock and Rumble Motorcycle Show in downtown Kitchener. The show also included performances by ’80s rock band L.A. Guns and more.
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Stick to your ribs
Despite the rain, thousands turned out for the event, which draws microbreweries and smokehouses from across Canada and the U.S.
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Easy does it
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Kitchener is Firefit
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Everybody dance now
The Rozmai Ukrainian Dancers performed as part of the annual Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Festival in Victoria Park last weekend. The festival included 40 local performers along with a range of food options, arts and craft vendors and community booths.
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Michael Bolton hits Centre in the Square
Multiple Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Michael Bolton performed at Centre in the Square earlier this month.
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Forging ahead
Lloyd Johnston, from Beaverton, melds together two pieces of steel at Doon Heritage Village’s blacksmith shop last Saturday. Members of the Ontario Artist Blacksmith Association were on site for “Hammer In” to show off their skills.
De Boer’s treasures
This majestic Victorian home in Owen Sound is the Highland Manor Inn. Since 2001, it has been owned by Linda Bradford and Paul Neville, who have just won the Trip Advisor Award of Excellence for the fourth year in a row.
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Congregation celebrates 100-year-old church
It was rumoured that hidden within St. Matthews Evangelical Lutheran Church’s cornerstone was a time capsule, so for the church’s 100th anniversary, the congregation wanted to solve the mystery.
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De Boer's treasures
Davis Stapleford is a London, Ont. history buff who found a photo of the Victoria steam boat that sank in the Thames River on Victoria Day, May 24, 1881, on the Queen’s 62nd birthday.
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Feet off the ground
Hunter Cutting, 5, climbs the rock wall during the Police Week Open House at Waterloo Regional Police Headquarters on Maple Grove Road Saturday.
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Bad to the bone
George Thorogood and the Destroyers played at Centre in the Square on May 13, celebrating 40 years in music. The classic rock band played popular hits, including One bourbon, one scotch, one beer, Movie it on over, Bad to the bone, Born to be bad and Get a haircut. Grammy award-winner Michael Bolton will play at Centre in the Square June 5.
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