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POLICE BEAT: Witnesses report impaired driver in Flamborough

Cst. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service

A resident on Royaledge Way heard a loud bang at about 12:30 a.m., on Aug. 23. and in the morning...

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Columns | 1 hour ago

The NFL loses in Deflategate, and the NFL wins: Arthur

Roger Goodell has had plenty of pratfalls as the NFL commissioner but he keeps the league in the news

OurWindsor.Ca | by Bruce Arthur
Columns | 1 hour ago

Another potential Serena slayer flushed out of U.S. Open: DiManno

Spain’s Garbine Muguruza was anxious to pit herself against Williams, but she couldn’t get past the 97th-ranked Johanna Konta

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rosie DiManno
Letters | 5 hours ago

An alternative solution for de-amalgamation angst

Glenn Langton lays out some sound reasons for rescinding the amalgamation of Flamborough into Hamilton, and I fully agree...

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Letters | 5 hours ago

Keep a cool head when talking about climate

Although politicians/media insist the discussion on climate change is closed, I believe it is wise to keep a skeptical eye on...

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Columns | 6 hours ago
Penny Deathe

LIVE LAUGH INSPIRE: Tools for learning

Chances are, if you’re a parent of a school aged child, you’ve been busy making sure they have the tools they need to be...

Flamborough Review | by Penny Deathe, Healthy Community Healthy Youth Flamborough
Columns | 6 hours ago
Mario Carr

LOOKING UP: Last lunar eclipse until 2018

Don’t miss the Sept. 27 lunar eclipse because the next one won’t happen until 2018.

Flamborough Review | by Mario Carr, Hamilton Amateur Astronomers
Columns | Sep 02, 2015

How to make sense of markets gone mad: Mayers

One of lessons of this summer’s market discontent is that you can’t defy the laws of economics, although you can defer it for...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Columns | Sep 02, 2015
Shelley Scott

FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Sowing seeds of health

Gardening is one of my passions for life. The love of nurturing plants from seed, watching them grow and enjoying the fruits...

Flamborough Review | by Shelley Scott, Flamborough Information and Community Services

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