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People’s Platform holds public forums across Hamilton
The Hamilton Civic League will be holding a People’s Platform forum this Sunday at a location in each of the city’s 15 wards.
Lobbyist registry takes effect in 2015
After talking about how little value Hamiltonians would receive from establishing a lobbyist registry, and then supporting it, Mountain councillor Terry Whitehead decided he had to take a hard stand.
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Thursday, September, 18, 2014 - 7:07:57 PM
Flamborough-Glanbrook contestant receives 'green light' from federal Liberals "You can find out more about Jennifer and her campaign, and how you can help, here: www.jenniferstebbing.ca"
Comment by abutcher
Wednesday, September, 17, 2014 - 11:11:14 PM
New rec programs at North Wentworth Arena "Sounds like a great opportunity. It's just a shame programs similar to these aren't being offered at the Beverly Community Center in Rockton. As usual the rural communities lose out again."
Comment by scooter
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"
Comment by Syl Corsini
Waterdown condo project planned on Hamilton St.
The former Creative Manor building at 100 Hamilton St. in Waterdown is slated to become the site of a condominium development.
Debra Downey, MWMG
Symbols of peace spring up around Hamilton, Dundas, Flamborough
Culture of Peace Hamilton hopes residents will quite literally plant peace in their communities by installing peace poles and building labyrinths as visible symbols of their commitment.
Julie Johnson, Vine Images
Flamborough-Glanbrook contestant receives 'green light' from federal Liberals
Lawyer Jennifer Stebbing has received the ‘green light’ from the Liberal Party of Canada as a contestant for the new riding of Flamborough-Glanbrook.
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BEAR Unit probes attempted entry into Flamborough business
The Hamilton Police Service’s BEAR (Break, Enter, Auto Theft and Robbery) Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man they believe attempted to break into a Flamborough business last month.
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Lynden resident eyes Ward 14 seat
A third candidate is vying to represent Flamborough resident in Hamilton’s Ward 14.
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Missing Copetown teen located, say police
A Copetown teen, who was reported missing Tuesday morning, has been located.
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Animal Services investigating Waterdown dog attack
A Chihuahua mix is on the mend following an unprovoked dog attack. But her walker, a Waterdown resident, remains shaken by last week’s experience.
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'Hold and secure' status lifted at Copetown school
The 'hold and secure' status was lifted at at Queen's Rangers School in Copetown.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Police scale back search for missing Copetown teen
While the Hamilton Police Service continues to search for a missing Copetown teen, it has discontinued the ground search aspect of its investigation.
QUEENS RANGERS
Queen's Rangers School in 'hold and secure'
Queen’s Rangers School in Copetown is in a “hold and secure” situation.
Veteran trainer dies at Flamboro Downs
The horse racing community is mourning a veteran Canadian racing trainer who was found dead at Flamboro Downs on Sunday night.
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UPDATE: Police searching Copetown area for missing 18-year-old
Hamilton Police Service officers, including its K-9 and mounted units, are actively searching the area around Copetown General Store for a missing 18-year-old man.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Waterdown students in shipshape
The ship has sailed, back to its homeport in Toronto Harbour, but the experience lives on in the minds of Waterdown District High School Active History class students, who were recently afforded the opportunity of a lifetime.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
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.
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.
 
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