Damage is estimated between 75-and-100-thousand dollars in a house fire on Rickson Avenue yesterday morning.
Guelph Fire arrived at the home across from Rickson Ridge Public School just after 9:00 to find a blaze on the second floor.
The fire was quickly extinguished with no injuries to emergency crews.
No one was home at the time of the incident.
Fire officials say there was minimal damage to the house but the entire home did sustain smoke damage.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Waterloo Regional Police say a man’s body, found yesterday at a Breslau gravel pit, had been there for some time.
A man, out for a late afternoon walk near Fountain Street, by the airport, discovered the body in a pond on the property.
An autopsy will be conducted today.
One man faces a long list of charges, followng a standoff in Waterloo yesterday afternoon.
When police arrived, he barricaded himself in the home, which brought out the emergency response officers.
He was taken into custody about 4 hours later, and is charged with assault the uttering threats.
Guelph-Wellington Crime Stoppers is celebrating 25 Years.
A flag raising ceremony will take place at 10:00 this morning at Guelph City Hall to make the official announcement.
Since its inception in 1988 – the program is responsible for over 1,400 arrests being made and more than 3,900 charges being laid in the city and surrounding county.
In sports, the senior Rebelles from Montreal, captured the Canadian Senior Women’s Fast Pitch Championship in Guelph yesterday. They beat Winnipeg 4-3 in the gold medal game.
The Guelph Rangers shelled Banat 6-1 in Kitchener and District Soccer League action. It’s just the rangers 3rd win of the season.