Canada - The Beacon Herald
Friday - 28th April, 2017
Market Square project ‘organized chaos’
It’s been organized chaos throughout Market Square this week. That’s how Ed Dujlovic, the c...
Wednesday - 26th April, 2017
Samsonite a Stratford success
Samsonite is breaking ground on a new headquarters and warehouse facility in the city’s east end.&...
Monday - 24th April, 2017
Cadets march for women’s shelter
A cadre of cadets traded in their boots for bright red high heels. And they were happy to do so. Sev...
Saturday - 22nd April, 2017
Cooper site hearing drags on
Eight years and still no progress. Lawyer John Doherty, representing former Cooper site owner L...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
‘All of our money was gone’
After pleading guilty in February to defrauding his closest friends and family of more than $1.2 mil...
Wednesday - 19th April, 2017
‘Growing great food together’
It’s a dream come true for the Local Community Food Centre. Staff, donors, and a bevy of supp...
Tuesday - 18th April, 2017
Vimy Ridge the ‘trip of a lifetime’
Dale Bast has never been so proud to be Canadian. Calling it the trip of a lifetime, the 67-yea...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
‘Opportunity for discussion’
Dan Mathieson used his address at the 13th annual Mayor’s Breakfast at the Stratford Country Club ...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
A DUEL WITH DOWELS
Phoebe Bolton, Maddison Flach and the rest of their classmates used wooden dowels to practice their ...
Wednesday - 12th April, 2017
Perth County Coalition Against Poverty needs more computers
Doug Trollope needs more computers. The co-founder and director of the Perth County Coalition A...
Monday - 10th April, 2017
Honouring their sacrifice
As the official church of the Perth Regiment, it was only fitting that Stratford’s St. James Angli...
Saturday - 8th April, 2017
Addison’s legacy lives on
The knowledge that her daughter’s gift gave four people a second chance at life keeps Danah Bozek ...
Friday - 7th April, 2017
Working group a sign of things to come
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign – except on vacant farm properties without a municipal address in Pe...
Wednesday - 5th April, 2017
Tuesday - 4th April, 2017
MAKING A NEW FRIEND
Nick Lugsdin looks on as his five-year-old daughter, Allida, pets a horse named 16 on Saturday in do...
Monday - 3rd April, 2017
Swans return to the river
More than 5,000 people created a human tunnel along Stratford streets as the city’s swans made the...
Saturday - 1st April, 2017
Province releases annual Sunshine List
The provincial government released its annual Sunshine List Friday, making public the salaries of pu...
Thursday - 30th March, 2017
Market Square on schedule
For once, winter was kind to Stratford. Thanks to a relatively mild few months, the city’s Ma...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
A Gouda time for Cheese Week
The Canadian Dairy XPO returns to Stratford next week, which means Cheese Week is back, too. Th...
Monday - 27th March, 2017
Festival posts fourth surplus
A fourth consecutive surplus at the Stratford Festival in 2016 brought the theatre company back into...
Friday - 24th March, 2017
learn to recognize, reject and report all cases of fraud
We hear it all the time – when something sounds too good to be true, it often is. That’s wh...
Thursday - 23rd March, 2017
A MOMENT OF CELEBRATION
From left, Stratford Northwestern Huskies teammates Erin Edwards, Courtney Simpson, Shelby Schmidt a...
Tuesday - 21st March, 2017
Gardens earn national awards
It’s fitting that Stratford can celebrate its gardening prowess just as spring makes its arrival.&...
Monday - 20th March, 2017
Critics rage as Trump targets Lakes cleanup
SARNIA — Fears that U.S. President Donald Trump wants to gut a $300-million Great Lakes cleanup pr...
Saturday - 18th March, 2017
Windswept sand may have caused crashes
Windswept sand may be to blame for a pair of dangerous transport truck collisions earlier this week....
Friday - 17th March, 2017
SHARING A SMILE
From left, Charlie Rose Neis, 8, and Rowan Watson, 8, share a smile during Gallery Stratford’s Mar...
Wednesday - 15th March, 2017
A SLICE OF PIE TO CELEBRATE PI
On International Pi Day Tuesday, Revel Caffe owner Anne Campion served up a big slice of lemon merin...
Tuesday - 14th March, 2017
MARCH BREAK MASKS
Kids at Gallery Stratford’s March Break camp made their own masks on Monday. The program included ...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
‘It’s opening their eyes’
It wasn’t the first time Stratford’s Paul Finkelstein met Governor General David Johnston, but i...
Thursday - 9th March, 2017
Being bold for change
It takes strength, tenacity, courage and a desire to break away from tradition to change the world.&...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
A FUN WAY TO LEARN WATER SAFETY
Recalling what she learned earlier in the UTRCA’s river safety presentation, Alice Duncan knew tha...
Monday - 6th March, 2017
Business and design party a hit
Everybody wanted in on the University of Waterloo Stratford campus’ design party. Prospective...
Saturday - 4th March, 2017
Powerful women take the stage
Lindsay Pletsch-Parr had never participated in an International Women’s Day event before. But...
Friday - 3rd March, 2017
‘I don’t know how to live with this’
There’s not a day that goes by that Natalie doesn’t think about the sexual abuse she suffered as...
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
Perth County churches ready to participate in World Day of Prayer
Participating in World Day of Prayer is a neat experience for Barb Koehler. Knowing so many Chr...
Tuesday - 28th February, 2017
NDP vows to cut hydro bills, axe peak pricing
If you had any doubt Ontario’s next election will be fought over soaring electricity prices, set i...
Monday - 27th February, 2017
Warmth on the ‘Coldest Night’
For the first time in more than a week, Saturday evening was cold and windy, but that didn’t stop ...
Saturday - 25th February, 2017
Syrup producers feeling heat
A big part of being Canadian is having to endure those cold winter nights – in some places for as ...
Friday - 24th February, 2017
Area girls have write stuff in Grade 10 tests
ST. THOMAS — A new report spells it out — Southwestern Ontario high school girls are outperformi...
Wednesday - 22nd February, 2017
A SMART PAIRING
The one-on-one seniors’ educational sessions are held every Tuesday between Feb. 14 and March 7 fr...
Tuesday - 21st February, 2017
A local ‘Push for Change’
Joe Roberts was pushing his shopping cart along the Trans Canada Highway near White River, Ont., on ...
Saturday - 18th February, 2017
Friday - 17th February, 2017
Wednesday - 15th February, 2017
Tuesday - 14th February, 2017
Flexibility for Market Square
Construction has already started on the revitalization of Stratford’s Market Square, but a last-mi...
Monday - 13th February, 2017
Stratford loves its Gallery
Gallery Stratford was feeling the love on the weekend. Hundreds of volunteers, donors, sponsors...
Saturday - 11th February, 2017
Shelterlink sharing the warmth on ‘The Coldest Night of the Year’
“Everything you said was true.” Those words were at the top of a note addressed to Stratford/Per...
Friday - 10th February, 2017
Big dig won’t dampen downtown
A new campaign to encourage downtown shopping has been so well received that it’s already blown th...
Wednesday - 8th February, 2017
There weren’t a lot of snowflakes falling in Stratford Tuesday, but there was plenty of rain, and ...
Tuesday - 7th February, 2017
Digging for insulin ‘futile’
A British expert says it makes little sense to exhume bodies in the case of a former Southwestern On...
Monday - 6th February, 2017
A ‘chili’ reception for supporters
After 30 years, Heartburn Day has become an integral part of getting through February. “Since...
Saturday - 4th February, 2017
A circle of love and support
As the country mourned the six men murdered while they prayed in their Quebec mosque Sunday night, S...
Friday - 3rd February, 2017
Mapping for emergencies
There was a child without vital signs – a near drowning – but emergency responders were left fra...
Thursday - 2nd February, 2017
GETTING ON TOP OF THINGS
The roof replacement at the Festival Theatre continues through the winter, with crews working at the...
Tuesday - 31st January, 2017
Stratford’s show of solidarity
Stratford won’t stand for intolerance. “I heartily believe the mosque in Stratford is safe ...
Monday - 30th January, 2017
Building our communities
Billed as a party with a purpose, the eighth annual Mayors’ Gala at the Stratford Country Club Sat...
Saturday - 28th January, 2017
Kevin Emeny of CCR Posters finishes installing a new billboard image on signage along Downie Street ...
Friday - 27th January, 2017
Ruling may boost jail lawsuits
A precedent-setting decision by Ontario’s highest court could make it easier for hundreds of inmat...
Wednesday - 25th January, 2017
Police exhume bodies in London, Innerkip
The bodies of two southwestern Ontarians believed to be victims of alleged nursing home homicides we...
Tuesday - 24th January, 2017
Young ‘mayor’ presides over council’s final budget vote
You would think that the prospect of approving a $131-million city budget would make even the most e...
Monday - 23rd January, 2017
Women marching in unity
It was a moment of solidarity. As millions marched on all seven continents in a pushback to newly in...
Saturday - 21st January, 2017
Two-vehicle crash claims life
One woman was killed and another person was injured in a twovehicle collision just south of Tavistoc...
Friday - 20th January, 2017
Province targets region’s jammed courts, jails
Faced with clogged courts and crowded jails, the province will hire more lawyers and expand bail pro...
Thursday - 19th January, 2017
New mandatory protection urged for Lake Erie
Lake Erie is in such bad shape, governments need to get tough and demand better with “mandatory”...
Wednesday - 18th January, 2017
A SPLASH OF COLOUR
Michelle McQuiggan and Josh Wade, of Delhi, take in the sights of the parks system near Tom Patterso...
Tuesday - 17th January, 2017
Chief speaks out after second buggy crash
A local fire chief is urging drivers to be cautious after two tragic collisions involving horse-draw...
Monday - 16th January, 2017
Hard work all worth it
Three days of free family fun in January only happens because of the year-round labour of the Stratf...
Saturday - 14th January, 2017
ROLLING INTO WINTERFEST
Joel Curtis pre-rides the bicycle course that is an annual favourite at Stratford Winterfest in Lowe...
Friday - 13th January, 2017
Why bring accused serial killer to court?
Elizabeth Wettlaufer makes her strange homecoming back to Woodstock court Friday — and the reasons...
Thursday - 12th January, 2017
Charlie Young, 3, takes a ride on a swing while enjoying a mild winter day with her brother Oliver a...
Wednesday - 11th January, 2017
Plummer to be honoured
Christopher Plummer – “the brightest star in our northern sky,” – will be honoured with a Li...
Tuesday - 10th January, 2017
Leaves hang on to branches of a burr oak on the north shore of Lake Victoria on Monday....
Monday - 9th January, 2017
TAKING A SHOT
Kari Dingman, 15, takes the shot as his father Thor Dingman skates past on the free rink at the Stra...
Saturday - 7th January, 2017
DETAILS OF WINTER
Snow blown by a west wind collects on roadside thistles on O’Loane Avenue Friday....
Friday - 6th January, 2017
Festival uniquely Canadian
There are as many ways to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary as there are Tim Hortons coffee sho...
Thursday - 5th January, 2017
Choir celebrates a nation
It promises to be a tuneful—and joyful— celebration of our nation’s sesquicentennial. The...
Wednesday - 4th January, 2017
A cause worth celebrating
The countdown to 2017 is over, but the countdown to one of the most anticipated social events of the...
Tuesday - 3rd January, 2017
No livestock lost in barn fire southwest of city
Dense grey smoke was visible for several kilometres near a barn fire at a pork farm southwest of Str...
Saturday - 31st December, 2016
Crucial year awaits parties
What did the wild year of 2016 bring at Queen’s Park? There were a handful of interesting byelecti...
Friday - 30th December, 2016
Mathieson looks back on 2016
Address Stratford’s social issues. Find jobs for people and people for jobs. Communicate better.&n...
Thursday - 29th December, 2016
Police, OSPCA probe case of frozen dog death
A horrifying discovery near Thamesford has police and animal advocates looking for clues as to how a...
Wednesday - 28th December, 2016
The Stratford Public Library’s Losing Your Marbles event was a hit with the young and the young at...
Tuesday - 27th December, 2016
St. Marys mourns hometown editor
Dan Rankin was a man of many talents. A journalist, he worked at media outlets across southern ...
Saturday - 24th December, 2016
A child’s wish, to share the joy of Christmas
Maybe to see the true meaning of Christmas, it helps to look through the eyes of a child. Think...
Friday - 23rd December, 2016
Hundreds ensure annual Christmas Basket Fund deliveries are a success
Call it the Miracle on Erie Street. Despite last-minute concerns about a possible shortage of v...
Thursday - 22nd December, 2016
GLIDING INTO WINTER
Stratford Perth Museum general manager John Kastner adds a finishing coat on Wednesday to the 36-by-...
Wednesday - 21st December, 2016
Bus shelters and public bathrooms
Stratford’s transit department has no intention of leaving its customers out in the cold this Chri...
Tuesday - 20th December, 2016
All I want for Christmas is...
Assuming that Stratford’s city councillors are not on Santa’s naughty list this year, what would...
Monday - 19th December, 2016
More than just a dinner
“This is family here,” Ruth Kneider told 1,000 or more guests and the many volunteers gathered i...
Saturday - 17th December, 2016
A calendar well worth keeping
Thousands of pictorial wall calendars will arrive in mailboxes from various charities and businesses...
Friday - 16th December, 2016
More bad weather on the way
The first major storm of the winter shut down most of Perth County on Thursday, and the forecast for...
Thursday - 15th December, 2016
With Loreena McKennitt on harp, Cedric Smith delivers a rousing rendition of A Child’s Christmas i...
Wednesday - 14th December, 2016
Decision on nuclear storage closet once again deferred
TORONTO — The federal government has punted a decision on whether to allow a proposed underground ...
Tuesday - 13th December, 2016
Dead toddler case ends in ‘rare’ mistrial
The jury was promised the trial would be over long before Christmas. But, as Amanda Dumont and ...
Monday - 12th December, 2016
Hockey finds a hometown crowd
Local hockey fans got everything they could have asked for this Christmas. Rogers Hometown Hock...
Saturday - 10th December, 2016
Toys for Tots underway for deserving local kids
Santa might get the credit on Christmas morning, but the help of his community helpers in green fati...
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