Preston’s Grand River Hotel is undergoing reconstruction
Pending city approval, the 200-year-old former Queen’s Hotel and Tavern has been converted to create 40 units of supportive housing after a devastating fire three years ago.
Swastika Trail officially changed to Holly Trail
The Passlynch Township Council votes 4 to 1 to end the long dispute over the name of Passlynch Road.
With elections looming, city’s CTS application stalls in creation
Despite gaining approval at all levels of local government and being justified among the local medical community, the planned consumption and therapeutic services site at 150 Main Street remains a key issue for mayoral candidates. is.
Cambridge Food Bank prepares for surge in demand with additional programs
Cambridge Food Bank offers a wider range of services for winter.
School Board less money and time for major capital projects
The Waterloo Area District School Board, in partnership with other boards across the state, is seeking more funding to address the average 18% gap between new school cost estimates and bid prices . A $71 million joint campus school planned in conjunction with the Catholic Council in south Cambridge is one of his three major projects requiring further funding from the state.
Politics front and center in controversial school board elections
Educators call the local vote for school board councilors one of the most politically charged they’ve ever seen.
Speeding in Preston is a serious problem, residents say
Cambridge resident Sheri Gardner wants to introduce a four-way stop at the intersection of Hamilton and Church streets to curb the speeding problem.