POLICE NOTES: Stolen Car Busts, DNA Match, and Lots of Speeding

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Stolen Car Busts, DNA Match, and Lots of Speeding”

POLICE NOTES: School Break-In, Big Drug Busts, and Thieves Wanted

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: School Break-In, Big Drug Busts, and Thieves Wanted”

POLICE NOTES: Arson Fraud, No Foul Play, and Lots of Scams

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Arson Fraud, No Foul Play, and Lots of Scams”

POLICE NOTES: School Lockdown, New Board Member, Shoplifting Turned Drug Bust

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: School Lockdown, New Board Member, Shoplifting Turned Drug Bust”

POLICE NOTES: Rollover, More Scams, and Break-In Busts

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Rollover, More Scams, and Break-In Busts”

POLICE NOTES: Candy Man, Accidental Calls, Lots of Driving Offenses

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Candy Man, Accidental Calls, Lots of Driving Offenses”

Chambers Named the 10th Chancellor of the U of G

When people have talked about normalcy at the University of Guelph these last few years, they’ve been talking about the pandemic, and whether or not students will learn in-person on campus. On the other hand, a return to normalcy might refer to permanence for the leadership team at the U of G. Charlotte Yates just formally assumed the position of president, so it’s about time that we get the announcement of a new chancellor. Continue reading “Chambers Named the 10th Chancellor of the U of G”

POLICE NOTES: Crypto Scams, Smash & Grabs, and $75,000 Worth of Drugs

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Crypto Scams, Smash & Grabs, and $75,000 Worth of Drugs”

POLICE NOTES: Dog Bust, High School Assault, and Distract Crimes

There are 137,000 stories in the Royal City, and this is some of them. Looking at a week’s worth of media releases from the Guelph Police Service, there’s a lot gong on in our little city crime-wise speaking, so let’s run down some of the charges, issues, and requests for information from the Guelph Police Service over the last seven days. Continue reading “POLICE NOTES: Dog Bust, High School Assault, and Distract Crimes”

Transit Fare Strategy Feedback is Now Open Till April 10

Ever considered how much you pay to take the bus, or how much you would pay for the bus if you took it? Well, this will be a good time to share any thoughts you have about Guelph Transit’s fare system because the long-expected Fare Strategy has now come to the people for feedback. From now until April 10, the City of Guelph is asking for input on a variety of matters in regards to transit fares. Continue reading “Transit Fare Strategy Feedback is Now Open Till April 10”