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More tennis and pickleball courts back open

You now have more options for getting out and active. The spring maintenance work at the tennis and pickleball courts at the Stratford Education and Recreation Centre and Shakespeare Park has been completed. That means both courts are now open for the season. Some work is still being done at the Milton...

New contract ratified by AMDSB and union

The public school board in our region and occasional teachers have ratified a new contract. Officials with the Avon Maitland District School Board say the negotiation process with the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario was cooperative and respectful. They add that it helps maintain the shared goal of advancing outcomes for...

Changes coming to hazardous waste collection in Stratford

Changes are being made to the collection of household hazardous waste in Stratford. Collection days will now be held at the Romeo Street landfill site, instead of the Rotary Complex parking lot. More collection days will also be held with the first on Saturday April 27th from 9 a.m. to 4...

Seaforth woman wins $100,000 in OLG draw

A Seaforth resident is $100,000 richer thanks to an Ontario 49 draw. The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation says Laurie Dolmage claimed the prize off of her $1 encore on the March 9th draw. She says she will use the money for a more comfortable retirement. Dolmage bought the ticket at UPI...

Perth County Paramedic honored after her recent death

A Perth County Paramedic is being remembered after her death in an avalanche in Switzerland. In a statement, Perth County Warden Rhonda Ehgoetz says it's with great sadness that they learned of Nikky Nagy's death while she was on vacation. Nagy began her career as a Primary Care Paramedic in Perth...

Parking fines going up in Stratford next month

Parking fines in Stratford are set to increase come next month. City officials say, as of May 1st, an expired meter ticket will carry a set fine of $60, or a $40 voluntary payment if paid within 7 days. Parking in a No Parking area/space will carry a set fine of...
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