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  • Local girl granted her wish
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 5     Madison Umbach gets her wish granted by Make-A-Wish foundation.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 5   Madison Umbach gets her wish granted by Make-A-Wish foundation.
  • Filling the hole in the middle
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 3     An old farmer's field in the middle of a protected forest is raising concerns about potential impact
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 3   An old farmer's field in the middle of a protected forest is raising concerns about potential impact
  • Heading off into the sunset?
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 1     Coun. Mark Whaley asks if it's time to wrap up city's audit committee mandate after 15 years of service
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 1   Coun. Mark Whaley asks if it's time to wrap up city's audit committee mandate after 15 years of service
  • Titans load up on NBL experience at second training camp
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 28     Training camp for the KW Titans is being hosted this week at RIM Park.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 28   Training camp for the KW Titans is being hosted this week at RIM Park.
  • Paramedics feel the strain dealing with increasing overdose calls
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 4     Overdose calls and overdose deaths are higher than ever in the region.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 4   Overdose calls and overdose deaths are higher than ever in the region.
  • Poppy fund kicks off in K-W
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 11     The Royal Canadian Legion begins it's annual poppy fundraiser.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 11   The Royal Canadian Legion begins it's annual poppy fundraiser.
  • New University of Waterloo-developed tech could charge devices in seconds
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 10     Michael Pope is working on a new battery with supercapacitors.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 10   Michael Pope is working on a new battery with supercapacitors.
  • Supervised injection a matter of overall safety for drug users
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 6     Safe injection sites are proposed for Waterloo Region.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 6   Safe injection sites are proposed for Waterloo Region.
  • Charges at Oktoberfest down this year
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 6     Only twenty arrests during 2017 Oktoberfest.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 6   Only twenty arrests during 2017 Oktoberfest.
  • Business owner disputes BIA vote to let construction proceed
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 5     An uptown business said a recent vote to continue construction on the King Street streetscape project wasn't representative of all the businesses affected by the project.
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 5   An uptown business said a recent vote to continue construction on the King Street streetscape project wasn't representative of all the businesses affected by the project.
  • Honouring Waterloo's finest citizens
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 3     Community leaders Dr. Howard Armitage and Roy Way named 2017 Waterloo Award winners
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 3   Community leaders Dr. Howard Armitage and Roy Way named 2017 Waterloo Award winners
  • Former local broadcast personality continues passion for local sports
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 24     Darren Stevenson, armed with a microphone and a smartphone, has decided to continue covering local sports in Waterloo Region through 519 Sports Online.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 24   Darren Stevenson, armed with a microphone and a smartphone, has decided to continue covering local sports in Waterloo Region through 519 Sports Online.
  • Enjoying his second chance
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 19     A health scare led former dentist Tom Dale to find his passion for art and photography
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 19   A health scare led former dentist Tom Dale to find his passion for art and photography
  • Healthy workplace awards handed out
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 18     Economical Insurance and Waterloo North Hydro win healthy workplace awards.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 18   Economical Insurance and Waterloo North Hydro win healthy workplace awards.
  • Sensational at 60
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 17     Capri Salon and Spa celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Coupal family's legacy on Nov. 2
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 17   Capri Salon and Spa celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Coupal family's legacy on Nov. 2
  • The Library of Things
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 13     New lending service for tools and other equipment set to launch.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 2 Nov 2017, p. 13   New lending service for tools and other equipment set to launch.
  • A guitar legend
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 23     Classical guitarist Liona Boyd speaks out about being a woman in the music business
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 23   Classical guitarist Liona Boyd speaks out about being a woman in the music business
  • Bhima's Warung owner to open new uptown location called Loloan
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 20     New bar to open in UpTown Waterloo
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 20   New bar to open in UpTown Waterloo
  • Sikh remembrance reminds everyone about shared sacrifice
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 18     Canada's Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan addressed the crowd at Mount Hope Cemetery Nov. 5.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 18   Canada's Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan addressed the crowd at Mount Hope Cemetery Nov. 5.
  • Going from yum to yummer
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 13     Looneyspoons author Greta Podleski takes it to the next level
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 9 Nov 2017, p. 13   Looneyspoons author Greta Podleski takes it to the next level
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