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Still time to vote for worst roads in Hamilton
The votes are being tallied for Ontario’s worst road, and Burlington Street is a contender again.
Hamilton cemeteries manager blames vandals for tossed tombstones
A city boss says he “blew a gasket” when he learned that veterans’ tombstones had been dumped over a bluff at Woodland Cemetery, but is suggesting vandals or private companies are to blame.
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Friday, April, 11, 2014 - 4:04:46 PM
POLICE DAILY-APRIL 10: E-bike driver attempts to elude Hamilton police "That 19 year old will have to have a huge bank account after his fine and insurance goes up."
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Wednesday, April, 02, 2014 - 2:02:35 AM
Delegations on future of West Flamborough schools will be heard April 29 "We have the highest EQAO performance for Grade 3 in HWDSB We have a 100-year tradition 41 year tradition for Turkey & Skate 25 year tradition for Go for Green We have children that deserve to get to school within 45 minutes each day -- we don"
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Tuesday, April, 01, 2014 - 10:10:03 PM
Committee approves strategies to address Waterdown’s traffic woes "There I was thinking this sort of assessment should probably have been conducted before the massive construction of more houses at both ends of the "village" What a blessed relief that Judi has decided to start to do some assessments whilst the re"
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Freelton's Rescued and Restored provides furniture - and skill
Need a new piece of furniture or décor at a reasonable price? Want to help out the women of Drummond House?
POLICE DAILY-April 17: Hamilton police investigate arson, robbery, driving incidents
Today's (April 17) police press release includes a variety of incidents, including a suspected arson and dangerous driving charges.
No fees in F.A.R.M.S. program says Flamborough rep Forth
Despite a new report that suggests migrant workers are often forced to pay huge recruitment fees to work in Canada, a local industry rep says that isn’t the case.
Hamilton council approves 1.5 per cent tax hike
Hamilton politicians missed their zero per cent tax increase goal this year, but still managed to approve a 1.5 per cent tax hike, one of the lowest in the post-amalgamation era. The hike will mean homeowners will pay an additional $53 on a property assessed at $275,700.
POLICE DAILY-APRIL16: Hamilton officers investigate dangerous drivers
Hamilton officers have been investigating two serious dangerous driving incident within the downtown area.
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Union Gas looks to expand Flamborough pipelines
Union Gas is moving forward with plans to expand natural gas pipelines that run through Flamborough. An information meeting on one of the proposed projects is slated for Tuesday, April 22 in Carlisle.
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Flamborough Food Bank packs hampers for Easter
A small army of Flamborough Food Bank volunteers hopped at the chance to provide local families with all they need to celebrate Easter.
POLICE DAILY-APRIL 14: Suspect sought in Hamilton car lot theft
The Hamilton Police Service press release for Monday, April 14 includes a BEAR Unit investigation into the theft of a vehicle from a commercial lot on Friday, April 11.
Lights, camera, action in Flamborough
If you’ve ventured around the Flamborough area recently, you’ve doubtlessly seen film crews out and about.
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UPDATE: Amber Alert issued for Toronto-area boy
Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing Toronto-area boy.
Cash for Ancaster's Hermitage ruins runs out
Already leaning so precariously they’re fenced off from the public, Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins appear destined to come tumbling down one way or another.
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POLICE DAILY - APRIL 11: Hamilton woman arrested for administering noxious substance
A 34-year-old Hamilton woman was arrested for administering a noxious substance after she allegedly sprayed a substance, believed to be similar to pepper spray, under the door of an apartment unit in Hamilton.
Hamilton to get Hwy. 403 detour routes
Hamilton will finally get detour routes along Hwy. 403 that could help prevent the almost constant massive traffic tie-ups that continue to plague the roadway.
Hamilton Catholic board reviews selection policy
The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board turned down a motion to potentially change the organization’s selection process for senior administration.
Medical marijuana growers eye Flamborough sites
Medical marijuana producers are eyeing locations in Flamborough to establish their budding businesses.
United Way recognies Hamilton Catholic board
The Hamilton Wentworth Catholic District School Board received the United Way's 2013 Student Spirit Award for leadership, fundraising and community spirit.
 
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