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Cambridge 401 widening plans on display

You’ll have a chance to see the province’s plans to widen Highway 4-0-1 through Cambridge. Work on phase one of the project to widen the 4-0-1 for 10 lanes between Hespeler Road and Townline Road is set to begin next

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Fatal crash on 401 Cambridge

One man has died in a collision involving three commercial trucks near Cambridge. OPP Sergeant Kerry Schmidt says the crash occurred this (Friday) morning on Highway 401 at Cedar Creek. He says the collision involved two transport trucks and a

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Cambridge leaf collection starts soon

If you live in Galt, Preston or Hespeler, you may want to circle this date on your calendar. Loose leaf collection will begin Monday, November 6th and all residents are encouraged to “neatly” rake their leaves to the curb or

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Highway 401 reopens at Cambridge

The driver of a dump truck is in serious condition after a rollover near Cambridge. The truck went out of control just past the Speedsville bridge, forcing the closure of the 4-0-1 at Hespeler Road for six hours. The westbound

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Search for Cambridge man cancelled

Waterloo Regional Police have cancelled the search for a Cambridge man. 20-year-old Clayton Collison was last seen Saturday morning at 2 0’clock walking on Victoria Street North in Kitchener. Waterloo Regional Police called off the search after a body was

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Cambridge close-knit in more than one way

The close-knit community of Cambridge has recognized a leader who knows how to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Sue Sturdy received an Ontario 150 award at the Grand Wooly River Ride -an art event she organizes. Cambridge M-P-P Kathryn McGarry says

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Cambridge man bares all at courthouse

A Cambridge man had a thong, but not his bong, in front of the Kitchener courthouse. Jeffrey Shaver was charged with public nudity yesterday in continuing protest against Waterloo Regional Police. He claims police wrongfully arrested him for pot possession

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