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  • Owen Sound man charged with Luring

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    Guelph Police have arrested an Owen Sound man accused of trying to lure a 14 year old girl.

  • Cinco de Mayo in Kitchener

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    Downtown Kitchener is celebrating Cinco de Mayo.

  • Cambridge considers monorail-like system

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    While unanimously rejecting the region’s current proposals for rapid transit, Cambridge council is showing interest in exploring new options for mass transit.

  • Cambridge honoured

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    Cambridge has made a very prestigious list. It’s been recognized by Foreign Direct Investment Strategy in the American Cities of the Future rankings for 2011/12.

  • RIM (Research in Motion) is based in Waterloo, Ontario.  (July 2010)

    Optimism reigns at BlackBerry World

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    Despite Research In Motion’s recent profit warning, and lowered expectations by analysts for its share price, optimism has reigned supreme at the BlackBerry World Conference in Orlando.

  • A tragic loss

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    Kitchener-Conestoga MP Harold Albrecht’s wife, Betty passed away in hospital on Wednesday. The funeral will be held on Sunday.

  • Local TV on satellite

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    Satellite TV users will eventually be able to get their local news on satellite. It’s after a decision by the CRTC today.

  • Mike Lazaridis, president and co-chief executive officer of Research in Motion, shows off the Blackberry Playbook at the RIM Blackberry developers conference in San Francisco, California on Sept 27.

    Positive buzz at BlackBerry World

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    Research in Motion is generating some much needed enthusiasm during its annual conference named after its signature device.

  • Five-vehicle crash in waterloo

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    Waterloo Regional Police have charged one person after a five-vehicle collision this morning.

  • Kitchener Panthers are homeless

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    With the recent rainy weather in the region has made playing baseball a bit of a struggle. Yet, that’s the least of the worries for the Kitchener Panthers. They’re getting ready for their 93rd year in the Inter County Baseball League, they’re the only original team left, but now they’re without a home.