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Norfolk OPP Looking for Two Truckers

Thursday, 23 March 2017 09:18 BD
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Norfolk County OPP would like to track down a couple of truckers, or at least their companies in connection with a fatal hit and run in Delhi around 6:30 on the morning of Friday March 17th.  According to Constable Ed Sanchuk the two trucks were travelling through the area around the time of the incident and police would like to talk to the drivers to help with their investigation.  The accident took the life of 72 year old Sally Ann Dollard of Norfolk County.  Anyone who may be able to identify the trucks is asked to contact Norfolk OPP or Crimestoppers. (bd)Transport_Truck_3_March_22_2017.jpgTransport_Truck_2_March_22_2017.jpgTransport_Truck_1_pic_2_March_22_2017.jpg

 

Drug bust in Guelph has four people arrested

Thursday, 23 March 2017 09:04 Megan
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Four people have been arrested in accordance to a drug bust in Guelph on Wednesday.

A 21 year old, an 18 year old, 27 year old Courtney Gibson and a youth all from Brampton have been arrested and are facing a number of charges.

The investigation of this began back in February which dove into the trafficking of crack cocaine in Guelph.

Police searched a home yesterday on Woolwich Street and upon the search they found crack cocaine, marijuana, synthetic marijuana, cash and ammunition.

(Meghan Spotswood)

 

Kinloss Crash Kills One

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 09:45 BD
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A crash between a car and a fuel truck in Kinloss Township in Bruce County has left one woman dead.  
OPP were called to the scene on Bruce County Road 86 just before 4 Tuesday afternoon.  The driver of the car, 54 year old Diane Maize of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Township was airlifted to hospital where she was pronounced deceased.There were no reports of injuries to the fuel truck driver.  
OPP say their investigation is continuing. (bd)

 

Next Waterloo Mayor, Council to Get Wage Hike

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 07:16 BD
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For the first time since 2006, Waterloo politicians will see an increase on their pay cheques.  Starting with the next term of council, the Mayor's stipend will rise by $4543 to bring it to $78,830.  Councillor's wages will increase to $32,025 a jump of $3796. The raises were recommended by a citizen panel. Council also voted to end the $100 per month technology allowance. The last time a raise was suggested in 2010, council of the day voted it down. When compared to similar sized municipalities half of those councils make more money than Waterloo, half make less. (bd)

 

Downtown Strathroy Market Opens for Year 3

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 06:41 BD
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The downtown Strathroy market will be open again for year 3.  Council has given permission to close  parts of Front Street and Frank Street on Saturdays from 7 in the morning until one in the afternoon. The move was supported by the downtown Business Improvement Area who says the market added a unique flavour to the downtown.  The market will run from June 17th until September 16th. (bd)

 

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