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City of Hamilton works to recoup software costs
Hamilton city staff is reviewing a number of options, including taking legal action against the province for implementing a new $240-million computer program that has contributed to untold pressure on city employees and the clients they serve.
Hamilton Police Services Board tables budget in hopes of finding savings
Chief Glenn De Caire is going to have to wait a little longer to find out if his proposed 2015 police budget will be approved.
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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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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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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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Rockton Ag Society gets Trillium funding for upgrades
Work to begin in January
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Waterdown students boost Red Cross Ebola fund
During a discussion on the biology of the Ebola virus with a guest speaker in one of Chrissy McComb’s Grade 12 biology classes, the group was struck by a need to do something for those affected by the virus.
MOE conditionally approves Waterdown Road corridor project
UPDATED: MOE conditionally approves Waterdown Road corridor project
Ontario’s Minister of the Environment and Climate Change has conditionally approved plans for the Waterdown Road Corridor.
When the holidays hurt
When the holidays hurt
The holiday season is typically a time when families get together, exchange presents and enjoy festive traditions. But for those who have lost a loved one, Christmas time may not be so merry.
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How much is too much? Hamilton's finests put Review staff to the test
As the Hamilton Police Service kicks its Festive R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) campaign into high gear, ever wonder how much alcohol is too much? The Review’s editorial team, including editor Brenda Jefferies and reporters Mac Christie and Catherine O’Hara, decided to find out.
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Waterdown student launches drive to help homeless
Ethan Turpin is a generous and selfless young man.
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Carlisle sailor embodies One Navy concept
Of the 255 crew on board Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship (HMCS) Toronto, just 10 are members of the Reserve Force, who have joined the ship on Operation REASSURANCE on full-time contracts. Lieutenant (Navy) Tonja MacRae, a Carlisle native, is one of these unique sailors and a trailblazer as well.
Pro-life organization calls for Hamilton Catholic board chaplain's resignation
A pro-life organization is calling on the Hamilton-Wentworth Separate School Board to fire Liberal candidate Filomena Tassi, who is a chaplain at Bishop Tonnos Secondary School, for pro-choice views she expressed after winning the federal nomination for Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas.
Ancaster councillor questions Hamilton bike sharing operator's delays
Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson wants to the city to investigate Hamilton Bike Share’s year-long delay in rolling out the $1.6-million, 750-bike program.
Hamilton council closes door on natural gas-powered buses debate
An attempt to re-open the debate to purchase natural gas-powered buses was defeated during a debate at the first public works committee meeting of Hamilton council’s new term.
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Hamilton mayor Eisenberger talks about new era of collaboration
Newly-installed Mayor of Hamilton Fred Eisenberger promises he will listen to the public and engage its citizenry in council’s decision-making process in response to angry residents who feel they have been left without a voice.
Hamilton opts for LED street lights
Hamilton will be lighting up residents’ lives, particularly around local hospitals.
Gas leak closes Mill St. South in Waterdown
Mill St. South in Waterdown was closed for about three hours yesterday afternoon (Dec. 11) after construction crews digging a posthole in a nearby field hit a gas line.
Committee to Free Flamborough deliver petition to Queen's Park
A petition presented at Queen’s Park recently has given hope to the Committee to Free Flamborough (CFF) in their fight to de-amalgamate.
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Waterdown Library on target for May 2015 opening
The new $6.8-million Waterdown Library and Flamborough Seniors Centre should be open sometime in May 2015.
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Former Waterdown reeve Gunby loved the village
Orley Gunby, 93, died suddenly Nov. 27 at Hamilton General Hospital. The long-time Waterdown resident served roughly four years as reeve of the village.
 
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