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New COVID-related death reported in region, hospitalizations remain at 144

New COVID-related death reported in region, hospitalizations remain at 144

213 new cases were also confirmed
'Such an alarming volume': Local pharmacist concerned about increase in pharmacy robberies

'Such an alarming volume': Local pharmacist concerned about increase in pharmacy robberies

Bryan Langel believes robberies are happening so frequently that police are unable to follow up with all of them
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Sweet Dumpling is looking for a patient owner

Adopt Me: Sweet Dumpling is looking for a patient owner

He loves to get the top of his head scratched and his ears
Over 55K doses administered at Bingemans vaccine clinic

Over 55K doses administered at Bingemans vaccine clinic

To date, over 82 per cent of eligible residents have been fully vaccinated
26-storey condo tower, residential development proposed for Kitchener

26-storey condo tower, residential development proposed for Kitchener

The proposed development will have 464 total residential units
Police looking for pickup in connection with Waterloo road rage incident

Police looking for pickup in connection with Waterloo road rage incident

A window on another vehicle was allegedly smashed following a collision in the area of King and Columbia
Road safety top of mind for regional council

Road safety top of mind for regional council

The speed limit of Myers Road in Cambridge will be reduced from 50 km/h to 40 km/h, in an effort to make the school zone safer
Cambridge woman looking to land on cover of Inked Magazine

Cambridge woman looking to land on cover of Inked Magazine

Kristie Taylor must remain in the top five in voting to advance to the next round for a chance to appear on the cover of Inked Magazine and win a grand prize of $25,000
Walk-ins welcome to all regional vaccine clinics Monday

Walk-ins welcome to all regional vaccine clinics Monday

Starting on Monday, all COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Waterloo Region will accept walk-ins, no matter the age or dose number
Ontario chief medical officer to hold briefing updating public on COVID-19 situation

Ontario chief medical officer to hold briefing updating public on COVID-19 situation

Ontario's chief medical officer of health is set to provide an update on the COVID-19 situation in the province
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