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Mac Christie • Review
Stebbing wins Liberal nomination for Flamborough-Glanbrook
Jennifer Stebbing won the Liberal Party of Canada nomination for the new Flamborough-Glanbrook riding Oct. 30 at Harry Howell Arena.
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Former FORCE head Graham Flint takes over Gravel Watch top job
A Flamborough community activist and environmentalist, with a focus on aggregate work, has a new job.
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Monday, October, 27, 2014 - 7:07:21 PM
ADFW MP David Sweet reflects on harrowing events on Parliament Hill "What happened is a tragedy, without question and I grieve for the soldier that was killed. A solid terrorist connection has not been established yet, there is much speculation on this. We must be careful not to jump into more security that will erode"
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Saturday, October, 25, 2014 - 9:09:14 PM
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates "Flamborough Review, Oct. 1, 2014: “The solution is to actually build more schools here,” he said, noting that the type of school is the question. “My belief is that small rural and neighbourhood schools demonstrate the best outcome for student"
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Saturday, October, 25, 2014 - 2:02:10 AM
Setting the record straight "Scooter and Websherpa, Mr. Lauwers' response was both moderate and respectful towards Mr. Powell's editorial. He even agrees with the "wish list" and said he would take it to heart. I think it is good to challenge candidates, however, your comments a"
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Mac Christie • Review
Millgrove School celebrates 100 years
Millgrove School celebrated its 100th anniversary with an open house at the school Oct. 25.
Bratina to run for Liberals in Hamilton East
Hamilton mayor Bob Bratina was slated to formally accept the Liberal nomination for the federal riding of Hamilton East-Stoney Creek Oct. 29 at the Renaissance Events Centre.
Hamilton trustees seek to turn public schools into service hubs
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is asking the province to help turn schools in the city’s poorest neighbourhoods into community hubs for health and social services.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
It's time to become 'city on the move': Hamilton's mayor-elect
Hamilton voters went back to the future for their 2014 mayoral selection.
Graphic by Catherine O'Hara • Review
Waterdown's Ward 15 trustee candidate requests recount
Waterdown’s Penny Deathe was been elected Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustee for Ward 15 by 11 votes in Monday night’s election – but challenger Nick Lauwers has asked for a recount.
Photos by Mac Christie and Catherine O'Hara
Familiar faces will return to Hamilton city council
The power of incumbency was evident in Flamborough during the municipal vote Monday, when residents voted to keep the same representation at city hall.
Mac Christie, Review
Deathe ekes out win in tight Ward 15 trustee race - but recount looms
Waterdown’s Penny Deathe was been elected Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustee for Ward 15 by 11 votes in Monday night's election - but challenger Nick Lauwers has asked for a recount.
Catherine O'Hara, Review
Eisenberger makes victorious return to Hamilton city hall
Mayor-elect Fred Eisenberger arrived at Hamilton City Hall to loud cheers from supporters.
Mac Christie, Review
Robert Pasuta re-elected in Flamborough's Ward 14
Ward 14 councillor Robert Pasuta retained his seat in Monday night's election for a third term on Hamilton City Council.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Partridge keeps Ward 15 seat
Ward 15 incumbent Judi Partridge will return to City Hall for her second four-year term.
Report doesn't back hiring more Hamilton officers: board chair
The chair of Hamilton’s police services board says he doesn’t see the need to hire more officers because a new report shows calls for service are going down.
Hamilton to roll out 55 new buses: MPP
The City of Hamilton will be getting new buses – as part of a partnership with 12 other Ontario municipalities.
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ADFW MP David Sweet reflects on harrowing events on Parliament Hill
Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MP David Sweet said the harrowing shooting at Parliament Hill in Ottawa Wednesday was very shocking and surprising.
Advance poll numbers up in Hamilton
More Hamiltonians turned out to vote at the five advance polls this fall than at in the 2010 advance polls.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Minoe.com pond spreads to Flamborough
When it comes to the needs of her family – from organizing a bake sale to finding a good music teacher for her kids – mom knows best. And, even better, she is more than happy to share that knowledge with other mothers.
Hamilton book of condolences for fallen soldier
Mayor Bob Bratina this morning announced that residents of Hamilton can sign a Book of Condolences at city hall in honour of fallen Corporal Nathan Cirillo.
 
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