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Healthy eyes

Preventing infection and injury can be simple if you avoid these bad habits that can hurt your eyes.

6 bad habits that are hurting your eyes

"Don't sit so close to the television...you'll hurt your eyes!" No adult living today would have escaped hearing this oft-repeated warning.

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Flamborough's Flo Binkley recognized for 50 years of volunteer service at Jo Brant

Flo Binkley attends the 2014 Seniors Awards, for which she was nominated. This spring, she was recognized for 50 years of volunteer service at Joseph Brant Hospital.

Flamborough's Flo Binkley honoured for 50 years of service by Jo Brant

Waterdown’s Florence Binkley is 86 years young, escorting discharged hospital patients in wheelchairs, driving meals out to shut-ins and...

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Remembering Waterdown's '5PIN' Jim Held

Jim Held (left) toasts best friend and long-time business partner Chic Thompson in a recent photo. Held passed away earlier this month at age 89. A community memorial is planned for Aug. 1.

Remembering Waterdown's '5PIN' Jim Held

He was known around Waterdown for his white Lincoln with the ‘5 PIN’ license plate and trademark cigar.

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HAMILTON POLICE

POLICE BEAT: Truck knocks out hydro line in west Flamborough

POLICE BEAT: Truck knocks out hydro line in west Flamborough

Police assisted after a truck attempted to turn around in a 6th Concession West driveway at about 2:30 p.m. on June 22 and took down...

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Rockton Lions celebrate 50 years

Members of the Rockton Lions Club pose for a group photo during their June 16 golden anniversary celebration.

Rockton Lions celebrate 50 years

The Rockton Lions Club celebrated its 50th anniversary June 16 at the Rockton Fairgrounds.

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Ontario Horticultural Association Convention in Ancaster

John Baine (left) and Trudy Bliedung stand in Bliedung's Carlisle garden. The garden will featured in one of the Ontario Horticultural Association Convention's bus tours.

Ontario Horticultural Association convention in Ancaster this weekend

This weekend, a huge gathering of gardeners takes place – right in Flamborough’s backyard.

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Peg's Grand Slam for Cancer

Cory Bearder throws out a pitch during the 2015 Peg's Grand Slam for Cancer mushball tournament in Freelton.

Rain doesn't stop Freelton's Grand Slam for Peg tourney

The annual Peg’s Grand Slam for Cancer mushball tournament was held Friday and Saturday in Freelton, despite wet and muddy conditions.

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Oh Canada Day Ribfest

Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MP David Sweet delivers remarks at the 2014 citizenship ceremony at Memorial Park in Waterdown as Judge Ted Salci and the stage party look on. This year's New Canadians Swearing-in Ceremony takes place Sunday, June 28 at 12:30 p.m.

Waterdown Ribfest will reopen Sunday with judging, citizenship ceremony

After weathering heavy rains and falling temperatures through most of Saturday afternoon, organizers of Waterdown's Oh Canada Ribfest...

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Events in Flamborough

Family Fishing Week

Sat Jul 4 | 8:00 AM

Annual Strawberry Social

Sat Jul 4 | 5:00 PM

STEMCamp Summer 2015 - Waterdown

Mon Jul 6 | 12:00 AM

Job Search Workshop

Tue Jul 7 | 2:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Tue Jul 7 | 5:00 PM

Food Trucks at St. James

Thu Jul 9 | 10:00 AM

Resume/Cover Letter Workshop

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