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Hamilton Police Services Board approves budget
Hamilton police Chief Glenn De Caire’s proposed 2015 operating budget is moving on to city council.
Hamilton user fees, water rates continue to increase this year
The majority of Hamilton’s user fees are increasing by the rate of inflation, which will add about $2.3 million into the city’s coffers.

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Sunday, December, 07, 2014 - 7:07:36 PM
FAITH MATTERS: Worth the wait "Let me get this straight. God does nothing in your life. Utter silence for your whole life and suddenly something happens that you then attribute to this specific god who sent himself down to be tortured to death for sins you never committed... F"
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Wednesday, December, 03, 2014 - 3:03:04 AM
PARLIAMENT HILL: New benefits boost vets and families "On the surface $200 Million sounds like a great deal of money, a significant investment the government is making to those that have and who are serving in our Armed Forces. What most people may not be aware of (the smoke) is that the funding is to be"
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Friday, November, 14, 2014 - 6:06:35 PM
Reader questions choice of federal Liberal candidate "I AM a member of the Liberal Party who was present and voted at the nomination, and advocated for local Liberal candidate Ian Dunlop, who spoke in English and French, a well-spoken author experienced in our local affairs and schooled in economic deve"
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Brenda Jefferies, Review
WDHSl co-op head Adema moves to new position with Hamilton board
Ever since its inception, Waterdown District High School has always taken hats off to hands on.
A. Murray, Special to the Review
Hamilton police mounted unit on patrol in Waterdown
Hamilton Police Service mounted patrol officers were on the beat in the Waterdown BIA on Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Flamborough Centre School teacher recognized
Flamborough Centre School's Grade 6/7 teacher Leanne Tovey was recently recognized with a certificate for coming in fourth place in the 2014 Teachers Matter Campaign.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Mayor hears Flamborough businesses' concerns
Mayor Fred Eisenberger speaks with business owners at the Flamborough Chamber of Commerce's Business Roundtable.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
City unveils Brock Road stop signs
Motorists travelling north and south along Brock Road now have to come to a halt at two Millgrove intersections, following the installation of stop signs outfitted with solar-powered flashing beacons.
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Hamilton Catholic School Board appoints new superintendent of education
The man behind the implementation of green technology at Carlisle’s Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Elementary School has been promoted.
Environmental assessment of Mid-Spencer Creek, Greensville area nears completion
The City of Hamilton’s Public Works department staff are recommending a number of actions to mitigate the impacts of future development on Grensville's surface water and groundwater quality and quantity.
Alexander Place going green with solar panels
Alexander Place is getting into the solar energy business.
Hamilton to dismantle bus-only lanes 'as soon as possible'
Hamilton’s public works staff will begin eliminating the transit-only lane along King Street “as soon as possible,” says public works general manager Gerry Davis, after politicians voted Jan. 21 to eliminate the pilot project in a 9-7 vote
Eric Riehl, MWMG
Esther the Wonder Pig is livin' large in Campbellville
Esther the Wonder Pig has quickly disproven the theory that it’s a dog’s life.
Community groups shut out of Hamilton's Tim Hortons stadium
Hamilton’s community groups are getting shut out of using Tim Hortons’ Field, despite an agreement between the city and the Tiger-Cats that allows for residents to take advantage of the stadium’s amenities.
Mac Christie • Review
Single-vehicle accident closes Mill Street in Waterdown
A single-vehicle accident closed Mill Street from Union Street to Smokey Hollow Jan. 26.
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Don't be a social media zombie, expert tells Hamilton high school students
The popular game Angry Birds helped Steve Chapelle make a point during a discussion with high school students on how to keep unwanted eyes from seeing private information on their mobile devices.
Hamilton public school board launching web page for high school updates
Information on what’s happening with those promised upgrades at your area’s public high school will soon be a mouse click away.
Hamilton’s roads ‘in a crisis’ says city’s manager of public works
When Hamilton councillors campaigned in the recent municipal election, the number one concern they heard from residents was about their crumbling roads and sidewalks.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Waterdown Youth Centre for Excellence gets a boost
The Waterdown Youth Centre got a boost from two community groups last Saturday (Jan. 17).
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