Proposed County budget deferred for another month March 3, 2004 - WELLINGTON -- Although reporters didn’t get their agendas for the Wellington County meeting, held Thursday, February 26th, or a copy of the proposed 2004 draft budget that was to be voted on at that meeting, they did view a heated debate among councillors in the chamber of the Guelph Administrative Centre. Conclusion
Terrace driveway proposal disturbs trail users March 3, 2004 - WELLINGTON -- County plans to build a private driveway across a public walking trail into the proposed new Wellington Terrace nursing home in Aboyne has raised the ire of some local residents.
“Our family regularly uses the Elora Cataract Trailway on a year-round basis for walking, cycling, running and cross-country skiing.
Tow truck operator may sue police board
May 16, 2003 - GUELPH -- The owner of a local towing company is threatening legal action against the Guelph Police Services Board in a dispute over a towing contract.
Homeowners win power tussle
May 8, 2003 - ROCKWOOD -- Hydro One will reimburse Rockwood residents whose appliances were damaged by a power surge in March.
Boyko lingers in legal limbo
May 8, 2003 - FERGUS -- Admitted rapist William Boyko is still waiting for a place to temporarily lay his head.
Former trustee out of legal fight
May 8, 2003 - GUELPH -- The local public school board has dropped claims against two third parties in its dispute with architect Carlos Ventin.
Young city girl likely doesn't have SARS
April 30, 2003 - GUELPH -- It appears more and more like the preschool aged Guelph girl suspected of having severe acute respiratory syndrome does not, in fact, have the disease.
Crown drops sex charges against Watts
April 30, 2003 - GUELPH -- Christopher Watts looked at the floor of the prisoner's box and shook his head in a Guelph courtroom Tuesday as the Crown attorney announced she will withdraw two sexual assault charges against him.