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Blair Adams

Blair Adams

Blair is the Community Editor at KitchenerToday.com. It really is a perfect fit as he loves living in the region. He joined the Village Media team in 2018 after 20 plus years in radio, 19 of those on-air and online at 570 NEWS. Blair is a graduate of the Broadcast-Journalism program at Fanshawe College. In his downtime, he enjoys running, walking, music, and watching Netflix.

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Recent Work by Blair

Kitchener girl running to raise funds for Grand River Hospital

Kitchener girl running to raise funds for Grand River Hospital

Ruby Inch will do so Saturday - she's already raised over $2,000
Police looking for person peering in windows in Waterloo

Police looking for person peering in windows in Waterloo

Two incidents were called in early Friday morning
One new case of COVID-19 reported in the region on Friday

One new case of COVID-19 reported in the region on Friday

15 more have been resolved
City of Kitchener partners with Google to help get more businesses online

City of Kitchener partners with Google to help get more businesses online

It has joined the ShopHERE program
Conestoga awarded over $4M for applied research projects

Conestoga awarded over $4M for applied research projects

Funding is provided through the federal government's College and Community Innovation Program
Region reporting three new COVID-19 cases

Region reporting three new COVID-19 cases

For a third straight day, no additional deaths have been linked to the virus
Construction begins on affordable housing project

Construction begins on affordable housing project

Initially it will create 48 new units on Bridgeport Road in Kitchener
Arrest made in connection with Saturday assault

Arrest made in connection with Saturday assault

The victim was treated at the scene for minor injuries
COVID-19 update: Six new cases reported Wednesday

COVID-19 update: Six new cases reported Wednesday

And for a second straight day, no additional deaths were reported
Provincial emergency orders extended to June 9

Provincial emergency orders extended to June 9

Outdoor playgrounds will remain closed, and restrictions on social gatherings are still in place