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CP to discuss Snake Road bridge project Sept. 17
Two months after closing the rail bridge connecting Snake Road to Thompson Drive in Waterdown due to safety concerns, CP Rail is hosting a public information session Wednesday evening to update affected property owners on the project’s progress.
Carlisle water EA on hold for conservation program
The planned environmental assessment (EA) for the Carlisle Water project will be shelved while city staff develops a water conservation program for the community.

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Friday, September, 05, 2014 - 12:12:07 PM
Lynden water woes continue with E. coli alert "The current crisis here in Lynden with respect to Total Coliform and E Coli contamination of the community well is unacceptable. Once again, an entire town must put their lives on hold due to additional contamination of our water supply system that i"
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Monday, August, 25, 2014 - 2:02:59 PM
Preventing youth workplace injuries focus of provincial safety blitz "Employing young workers is another issue that we should not ignore. I've read lots of news about young employees being harassed, discriminated, injured, etc. and this is not good. Proper authorities should continue to monitor companies or business em"
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Thursday, August, 14, 2014 - 6:06:24 AM
Flamborough Soccer players face off at CANUSA "Flamborough soccer players and brothers Cameron and Iain McRae also participated in U14 and U16 respectively, their second year representing Canada at CANUSA. The U16 boys tied with Flint, MI and Flint won the U14 series. CANUSA is a wonderful expe"
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Grade 6 students ‘just fine' in math, says Sandals
Ontario’s education minister says she isn’t sure why Grade 6 students are doing poorer on provincial math tests, but rejects that it’s because they aren’t mastering basic arithmetic in lower grades, as a retired Hamilton teacher has charged.
Mac Christie, Review
Flamborough company's signs in demand
After a hiatus, Scott Martin is back hand-painting signs – this time with his sons in tow.
Giant's Rib goes GREEN this fall
This month, a lot of exciting new things are happening at the Giant’s Rib Discovery Centre (GRDC). The organization, dedicated to educating the public about the environmental significance of the Niagara Escarpment and the importance of its preservation, is pleased to formally present its new logo and announce its new name: the Giant’s Rib Escarpment Education Network (GREEN).
Mac Christie • Review
Waterdown business completes ALS Ice Bucket challenge for former colleague
Three employes at Waterdown’s TEN STAR Financial Services completed the ALS Ice Bucket challenge Sept. 9 at the company’s annual barbecue.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Fallen Waterdown soldier remembered at Grace Church
A Waterdown soldier, killed in action nearly a century ago, was honoured at a special ceremony Monday morning at Grace Anglican Church as part of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry’s Memorial Baton Relay.
Parachutist clips hydro line in west Flamborough
A parachutist floating to earth in rural Dundas on Sunday afternoon walked away uninjured after clipping a hydro wire on the way down.
Boil water advisory in effect for Freelton
Lynden water advisory lifted
A drinking water advisory for E. coli issued for Lynden Sept. 3 has been lifted.
Waterdown man faces child-porn charges after 10-month investigation
A Waterdown man has been charged after a 10-month child-porn investigation by the OPP, Hamilton Police, and the Layton City Police Service and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in Utah.
Horizon warns Hamilton, St. Catharines customers of billing payment scam
Horizon Utilities Corporation today issued a press release alerting customers in its service areas of Hamilton and St. Catharines of a hydro billing payment scam.
Junior math curriculum doesn't add up: retired teacher
Teresa Murray isn’t a bit surprised nearly half of Grade 6 students can’t meet the provincial standard on math tests. But the retired elementary school teacher is also not willing to let it continue without a fight.
Boil water advisory in effect for Freelton
Lynden water woes continue with E. coli alert
Lynden residents are urged to refrain from using their water after samples collected as part of the routine monitoring program tested positive for E. coli and total coliform bacteria.
Hamilton labour council endorses municipal candidates
The Hamilton and District Labour Council has endorsed some familiar faces for council in this fall’s municipal election.
Police investigating Flamborough Veterinary break and enter
The Hamilton Police Break and Enter, Auto Theft and Robbery (BEAR) Unit is investigating an Aug. 29 break and enter at Flamborough Veterinary Clinic.
Drinking water advisory in effect for Lynden residents
A drinking water advisory is in effect for residents who use Lynden’s municipal drinking water after a routine water sample tested positive for E. coli and total coliform bacteria.
Mac Christie • Review
Lynden church aids refugees
The members of several area United Churches are raising funds to bring a family of 18 to Canada from war-torn Syria.
Hamilton-made HitchBOT completes Canadian adventure
Can robots trust humans?
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