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Rockton Agricultural Society recognizes volunteers, award winners

The Farm and Home building at the Rockton Fairgrounds was putting on the Ritz at the Agricultural...

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WDHS could serve as student wellness hub in Waterdown

School officials are considering Waterdown District High School as the potential home of a wellness...

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Education

TRC the focus of this year’s Faith Day at Hamilton’s Catholic schools

Twenty years after the last residential school closed in Canada, the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic...

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Education

Hamilton Catholic school board reports a surplus for 2015-16 school year

The results of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board’s 2015-16 audit are in and they show a...

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Charitable giving

Consistently participating and giving to charity gives you many opportunities to explain why giving is important and how rewarding it can be, both financially and emotionally.

2016 Flamborough Santa Claus Parade

Lina and John Nehme (at left), representing the Rotary Club of Waterdown, and Waterdown Lions Club President Andrew Haggert and his wife Cat get ready to judge floats from their vantage point at the corner of Main and Dundas streets on Saturday evening. Thousands of families lined the streets of Waterdown on Nov. 26 to await the arrival of Santa. The annual Flamborough Santa Claus Parade went off without a hitch, and the crowds were treated to an array of bands, floats and performers during the evening. Nov. 26, 2016.

New Waterdown No Frills to open Dec. 2

Workers put the finishing touches on the new Waterdown No Frills store, which will open Fri., Dec. 2. The 27,000 sq.-ft. store is owned by Eric Hachey and will be officially opened with a ribbon cutting Friday at 7:45 a.m.

Omnibus budget bill protest in Waterdown

Tradespeople gathered in front of Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MPP Ted McMeekin's Waterdown constituency office Nov. 25 to protest Ontario's Bill 70, an omnibus budget bill. The bill contains ammendments tradespeople say would devalue compulsory trades. November 25, 2016.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Gardens

Grade 6 Our Lady of Mount Carmel student Alana King (centre) stands in front of her garden at the Carlisle-area school Nov. 18, alongside fellow Grade 6 student Sandra Flores (left) and Hamilton Water project manager Rob Richarz. Five students who won a contest last school year to design fusion gardens made up of native plants were awarded at the school Nov. 18. November 18, 2016.

New Waterdown BIA business manager getting down to business

Waterdown BIA business manager Susan Pennie stands in front of the BIA's new storefront location in downtown Waterdown. Pennie, who has lived in Waterdown for 22 years, has been with the BIA for about a month.

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Events in Flamborough

Annual Brott Christmas Tea

Sun Dec 4 | 2:00 PM

John McDermott's Family Christmas

Sun Dec 4 | 3:00 PM

Job Search Skills Workshop

Tue Dec 6 | 2:00 PM

Student Job Search Workshop

Tue Dec 6 | 3:30 PM

Handel's Messiah in Waterdown

Tue Dec 6 | 7:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Wed Dec 7 | 10:00 AM

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Wed Dec 7 | 11:00 AM

Carmen's Dinner Theatre...

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The Waterdown Warriors boys hockey team has hit the ice.

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