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Big anniversary for local Hike for Hospice

More than 250 participants are expected to sign up for Hike for Hospice. The Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth event is in its 10th year and will be held Sunday, June 23 at Stratford Perth Museum. Lucie Stuart, Rotary Hospice Director of Fund Development and Stewardship, said Rotary Hospice "is here for...

Rotary Club unites for transformative projects in South Africa

Remember to save your empty bottles for the Rotaract Club of Stratford’s bottle drive this Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon. Proceeds go to the Roll A Hippo Foundation. Starting with the Rotary Club of Gibsons' funding for 50 rollers, the project now involves over 125 Rotary and Interact clubs. What started...

Power restored in Stratford after early morning outage

Power was returned to Festival Hydro customers at about 8:11 a.m. Monday morning after early morning outages in the city. The city's distributor of electrical power alerted the public to outages on a social media page, noting at the time that crews were dispatched and working to get power back...

$60,000 in drugs taken off the streets in Stratford

Stratford police's street crime unit and Woodstock police's K-9 unit executed a search warrant on Guelph Street, in Stratford, on Wed. May 22, which resulted in the seizure of 585 grams of meth and 178 grams of cocaine. The drugs are worth $60,000. Five charges were laid against a 46-year-old female...

Infrastructure funding announced for local road project

Mitchell Road South (Highway 23) is getting an upgrade. Perth-Wellington MPP Matthew Rae has announced $1.04 million in infrastructure funding for North Perth, to resurface the road. The funding is through Connecting Links, which maintains roads and bridges that connect communities. “Maintaining and building new roads are essential to connecting our rural...

United Way Perth-Huron adds another living wage employer

Stratford Perth Community Foundation is the latest organization to certify as a living wage employer. The Perth-Huron living wage of $22.75 per hour reflects the local cost of living and is calculated annually using local data. Ryan Erb, Executive Director of United Way Perth-Huron, said in a media release that part...
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