HAMILTON POLICE

POLICE BEAT: Caller cons Flamborough senior into providing information

POLICE BEAT: Caller cons Flamborough senior into providing information

Hamilton police officers have been busy with call in Flamborough over the past week, including a telephone scam involving a senior, a...

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Otis Norton

Otis Norton, 85, of Kirkwall Road

UPDATED: Missing Flamborough man found deceased

The body of a Flamborough senior, who was reported missing by police, was recovered Wednesday. No foul play is suspected.

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Oak trees to return to Vimy Ridge thanks, in part, to Flamborough nursery

Monty McDonald holds an oak sapling at Connon Nurseries in Flamborough. Professional growers at the Hwy. 5 West facility grafted scions from mother trees, products of acorns collected at Vimy Ridge nearly 100 years ago, to sturdy root stock. The trees will be shipped to France, where they will be planted as part of a living memorial at Vimy Ridge.

Oak trees to return to Vimy Ridge thanks, in part, to Flamborough nursery

Roughly two months after grafting trimmings from Scarborough oak trees – the product of acorns collected on the French battlefield nearly a...

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West Flamboro Presbyterian Church sizzles with excitement over Caribbean dinner

Laurie Galer and Mary Long Bishop are gearing up for Caribbean Sizzle, a fundraising dinner and dance slated for April 25 at West Flamboro Presbyterian Church.

West Flamboro Presbyterian Church sizzles with excitement over Caribbean dinner

The West Flamboro Presbyterian Church is turning up the heat on their fundraising efforts benefiting youth.

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Otis Norton

Otis Norton, 85, of Kirkwall Road

Police seek public's assistance in locating missing Flamborough senior

The Hamilton Police Service is calling on the public for its help in locating a missing Flamborough senior.

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Drafted

The first three Guelph Storm selections in Saturday's OHL Priority Selection draft were third rounder Nick Deakin-Poot, from left, first rounder Isaac Ratcliffe and second rounder Liam Stevens.

Waterdown's Liam Stevens picked by Guelph in OHL draft

Waterdown’s Liam Stevens was drafted in the second round, 27th overall by the Guelph Storm in Saturday’s OHL Priority Selection.

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Westfield to host Star Party April 24 in Rockton

Westfield to host Star Party Apr. 24 in Rockton

Westfield to host Star Party Apr. 24 in Rockton

Westfield Heritage Village is having a Star Party and members of the community are invited.

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Rev. Chris Vais

Rev. Chris Vais, former pastor at Knox Presbyterian Church in Waterdown.

Waterdown Youth Centre dedication honours former Knox pastor Chris Vais

He arrived to lead Knox Presbyterian Church in Waterdown with a level of excitement that was almost palpable – contagious, even. His youth...

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Rob Ford endorses Christine Elliott in Ontario PC leadership race

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High school teachers in Durham go on strike

High school teachers in Durham to go on strike; 24,000 students without classes

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Canada

Canada's turn as Arctic Council head to end

Canada's turn as Arctic Council head to end at Iqaluit meeting; Kerry takes over

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Ontario

Boy, 14, charged after fire causes outage

Boy, 14, charged with arson after grass fire leads to power outage in Burlington

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Events in Flamborough

Alcoholics Anonymous - Waterdown

Sun Apr 19 | 8:00 PM

Probus Meeting

Mon Apr 20 | 10:00 AM

Al-Anon/Alateen

Mon Apr 20 | 8:00 PM

Mall-walking

Tue Apr 21 | 9:00 AM

Euchre Tuesdays

Tue Apr 21 | 1:30 PM

Axiom Club for Youth

Tue Apr 21 | 3:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Tue Apr 21 | 3:30 PM

Club Lucy after School Program

Wed Apr 22 | 3:00 PM

Waterdown Information & Sexual...

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