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  • Saying goodbye to the old girl
    Text  Johns, Bill (Skip), Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 23     Final sunset shines on Waterloo Golf Academy as course closes for good.
    Text  Johns, Bill (Skip), Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 23   Final sunset shines on Waterloo Golf Academy as course closes for good.
  • Kids in the Kitchen
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 18     New book project by local author Nancy Silcox has kids excited to share kitchen experiences
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 18   New book project by local author Nancy Silcox has kids excited to share kitchen experiences
  • Giving every girl a chance
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 13     Local women in India to help promote girls sexual health eduction
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 13   Local women in India to help promote girls sexual health eduction
  • Police ask for increase in capital budget to pay for expansion plans
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 10     Waterloo Regional Police request larger budget at the cost of higher property taxes.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 10   Waterloo Regional Police request larger budget at the cost of higher property taxes.
  • Police to use automated system to scan licence plates
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 10     Police use AI to check licence plates for cars that may be involved in criminal activity.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 10   Police use AI to check licence plates for cars that may be involved in criminal activity.
  • Heavenly aromas from COBS Bread
    Text  Ward, Marshall, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 9     COBS Bread does well in opening months at The Boardwalk.
    Text  Ward, Marshall, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 9   COBS Bread does well in opening months at The Boardwalk.
  • Staking a claim
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 3     TV personality Jody Ness bet on Waterloo with Wildfire restaurant and feels it's finally paying off
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 3   TV personality Jody Ness bet on Waterloo with Wildfire restaurant and feels it's finally paying off
  • City's development charges set to go up
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1     New bylaw won't exempt core
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1   New bylaw won't exempt core
  • A beer explosion
    Image  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1     Ladies tap the keg for the first time at Mayor's Oktoberfest Luncheon.
    Image  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1   Ladies tap the keg for the first time at Mayor's Oktoberfest Luncheon.
  • City's development charges set to go up
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1     New bylaw won't exempt core
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 1   New bylaw won't exempt core
  • Sonja Larsen wins Edna Staebler Award
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Oct 2017, p. 19     Larsen's memoir wins award.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 5 Oct 2017, p. 19   Larsen's memoir wins award.
  • Senate committee members catch a ride in Autonomoose
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 7     Members from the Senate Committee on Transport and Communications look at self-driving cars in Waterloo.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 7   Members from the Senate Committee on Transport and Communications look at self-driving cars in Waterloo.
  • Conestoga College expansion receives $4M donation
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 6     Conestoga College's Waterloo expansion received a $4 million donation last week from the Cowan Foundation.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 6   Conestoga College's Waterloo expansion received a $4 million donation last week from the Cowan Foundation.
  • Resonate campaign hopes to highlight value of arts in region
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 5     Four non-profit organizations come together for a campaign promoting the arts called Resonate Waterloo Region.
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 5   Four non-profit organizations come together for a campaign promoting the arts called Resonate Waterloo Region.
  • Chief raises concerns about future homecoming festivities
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 4     Wilfrid Laurier's homecoming celebrations puts strains on public services.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Oct 2017, p. 4   Wilfrid Laurier's homecoming celebrations puts strains on public services.
  • Housing need not being met
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 4     University of Waterloo has released research about gaps in the local rental market.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 4   University of Waterloo has released research about gaps in the local rental market.
  • Naloxone deployment saving lives says Waterloo Region Police
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 5     Naloxone treatment is successful in preventing overdose deaths related to fentanyl.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 5   Naloxone treatment is successful in preventing overdose deaths related to fentanyl.
  • Playing the housing game
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 3     Provincial measures mitigate market madness, but 'price games' still playing out
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 3   Provincial measures mitigate market madness, but 'price games' still playing out
  • Photo radar on the way?
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 1     Region investigating use of AI powered technology to hand out tickets in school and safety zones
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 1   Region investigating use of AI powered technology to hand out tickets in school and safety zones
  • Time for flight or fight
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 21     Annual UnHinged Festival asks local audiences if they're prepared to be scared on Oct. 28
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 21   Annual UnHinged Festival asks local audiences if they're prepared to be scared on Oct. 28
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