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  • Waterloo councillor welcomes potential new recruits as 'your KW host'
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 19     Angela Vieth has started a private business to help attract potential new recruits to Waterloo Region.
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 19   Angela Vieth has started a private business to help attract potential new recruits to Waterloo Region.
  • Waterloo Library's most popular books of 2018
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 10     Top 5 most borrowed non-fiction and fiction books of 2018.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 10   Top 5 most borrowed non-fiction and fiction books of 2018.
  • Making Ice Time
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 11     Volunteers ready for rink building, but tepid temperatures make it challenging
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 11   Volunteers ready for rink building, but tepid temperatures make it challenging
  • Waterloo woman scratches way to $250k
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 6     Photo of Sherry Palmer who won the lottery.
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 6   Photo of Sherry Palmer who won the lottery.
  • Waterloo Regional Police officer guilty of misconduct in incident with female co-worker to face penalty
    Text  Monteiro, Liz, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 7     A police officer found guilty of misconduct against a female officer is facing a penalty hearing
    Text  Monteiro, Liz, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 7   A police officer found guilty of misconduct against a female officer is facing a penalty hearing
  • Virtual reality to help present design for Rec Centre expansion
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 6     Public open houses scheduled for Jan. 24
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 6   Public open houses scheduled for Jan. 24
  • Home sales in Kitchener-Waterloo down 11 per cent last year, but prices continue to rise
    Text  Davis, Brent, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 4     The Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors recorded, 5,823 home sales in 2018.
    Text  Davis, Brent, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 4   The Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors recorded, 5,823 home sales in 2018.
  • Losing my religion: how will the future look?
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 3     Elevation Church and St. John's Lutheran Church, also called Trillium Lutheran Church, share building at 22 Willow St.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 3   Elevation Church and St. John's Lutheran Church, also called Trillium Lutheran Church, share building at 22 Willow St.
  • Kitchener, Waterloo to study slower speed limits in residential areas
    Text  Thompson, Catherine, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 2     Councils consider lowering the default speed limit on residential streets from 50 km/h to 40 km/h
    Text  Thompson, Catherine, Waterloo Chronicle, 10 Jan 2019, p. 2   Councils consider lowering the default speed limit on residential streets from 50 km/h to 40 km/h
  • Bombshelter Pub at University of Waterloo incurred more than $1 million in losses in five years
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 19     Significant financial losses as well as an opportunity to enhance student experience forced the closure of a staple location a the University of Waterloo.
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 19   Significant financial losses as well as an opportunity to enhance student experience forced the closure of a staple location a the University of Waterloo.
  • Hustl+Flow in Waterloo's Uptown core brings community to fitness
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 12     A new fitness studio in Uptown Waterloo is putting the emphasis on community.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 12   A new fitness studio in Uptown Waterloo is putting the emphasis on community.
  • Chic Pea Pita & Grill, a new restaurant in Waterloo, offers unique open concept
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 7     Former Arabesque owner excited about vision of new Middle Eastern cuisine
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 7   Former Arabesque owner excited about vision of new Middle Eastern cuisine
  • What's going on here?
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 6     Blackstone condo development takes shape in Northeast Waterloo
    Text  Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 6   Blackstone condo development takes shape in Northeast Waterloo
  • Losing my religion: what's keeping people out of church?
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 3     Some congregations are shrinking, while others expand. What's the key to growing a faith community?
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 3   Some congregations are shrinking, while others expand. What's the key to growing a faith community?
  • 'Toxic' herbicide applied along hydro corridor causes concern
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 1     Garlon RTU is restricted or banned in some Ontario jurisdictions
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2019, p. 1   Garlon RTU is restricted or banned in some Ontario jurisdictions
  • Waterloo's passion for sport on display at city museum
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 13     'Love sport? Game on!" looks to the city's past, as well as some of its current athletes and recreational groups
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 13   'Love sport? Game on!" looks to the city's past, as well as some of its current athletes and recreational groups
  • Through turbulent times, Radio Waterloo finds steady home
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 11     Funding from University of Waterloo ended in 2008
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 11   Funding from University of Waterloo ended in 2008
  • Mental health service usage spikes at University of Waterloo
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 12     University has seen a notable increase in the utilization of mental health services on campus.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 12   University has seen a notable increase in the utilization of mental health services on campus.
  • Top 6 stories in Waterloo in 2018: books, T&T, and election dominate year
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 10     New restaurants and businesses culminate exciting year in Waterloo
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 10   New restaurants and businesses culminate exciting year in Waterloo
  • Kitchener getting additional Go Train trips
    Text  Jackson, James, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 7     A morning trip to Toronto that currently begins at the Georgetown Go Station will now begin at the Kitchener Rail Station at 5:40 A.M. It will also stop in Guelph and Acton, and arrive at Union Station in Toronto at 7:43 A.M.
    Text  Jackson, James, Waterloo Chronicle, 27 Dec 2018, p. 7   A morning trip to Toronto that currently begins at the Georgetown Go Station will now begin at the Kitchener Rail Station at 5:40 A.M. It will also stop in Guelph ...
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