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Flamborough driver charged with impaired after collision
According to a Hamilton Police Service press release issued this afternoon, a 50-year-old Flamborough man was charged with impaired driving following a collision west of Clappison's Corners at approximately 1 a.m. on Sept. 29.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Traffic calming measures proposed for Sealey Park neighbourhood
A committee, consisting of at least one representative from streets in the Sealey Park neighbourhood of Waterdown, will be struck to advise the city’s traffic engineering staff on traffic calming measures.

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Saturday, September, 27, 2014 - 12:12:39 AM
Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction hosts 'speed campaigning' event "I think it was very presumptuous of the author of this article to state that I have lived in poverty with 5 of my children and that I had to take 5 of my children to a shelter because of it. At the event, I did state that I had to use a shelter with"
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Thursday, September, 25, 2014 - 10:10:13 PM
Hamilton trustees eager to tap school closure fund "I think Ray Mulholland needs to visit the Flamborough schools."
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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:"
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Hamilton Home & School Association hosts trustee candidate meetings
The Hamilton-Wentworth Council of Home & School Associations, an organization overseeing the Home & School Associations within the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, has organized and are hosting a series of six School Trustee Candidate Meetings city-wide from October 2-16.
Hamilton's snow angels get divine intervention
Hamilton councillors provided divine intervention when they restructured the Snow Angels program with $220,000 in funding for the upcoming winter season.
Small crowds at People's Platform events across Hamilton
The People’s Platform forums may have attracted about 150 people throughout the 15 locations across the city last weekend, but the attendance at a few suburban areas remained thin.
Math scores hamper improved EQAO results in Hamilton
Just 46 per cent of public board Grade 6s meet standard
Hamilton trustees back off on proposal to allow outside volunteers coach sports
Policy changes will try to expand student choices, chair says
Mac Christie • Review
Colours of Hope brightens Christie Lake
The second annual Colours of Hope run took place at Christie Lake Conservation Area Sept. 21.
Mac Christie • Review
Space TV show Bitten films in Rockton
The second season on Space’s television show Bitten filmed scenes last week at the Rockton Fairgrounds.
Mac Christie • Review
Flamborough walkers make Strides for Strays
Walkers took to Joe Sams Park Sept. 21 for Strides for Strays.
Mayoral hopefuls debate at Hamilton Chamber of Commerce event
Mayoral candidate Brad Clark came out during the Hamilton Business Leaders’ debate Sept. 18 in favour of holding a citywide referendum on building Hamilton’s proposed $811-million light-rail transit system.
Citizens oppose merging City of Hamilton committees
Hamilton’s volunteer committee members voiced their outrage at the city’s attempts to merge a number of advisory committees.
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Hamilton mayoral hopefuls take shots at each other in Cable 14 debate
What would any of the eight mayoral candidates do if U.S Steel declared bankruptcy?
Hamilton trustees eager to tap school closure fund
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is hoping the stars are aligned as it seeks to cash in a special new $750-million provincial fund earmarked for projects related to school closures.
Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction hosts 'speed campaigning' event
The Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction has introduced a tool into Hamilton’s municipal election that could be called speed campaigning.
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Advance polls in Hamilton
Voters have five advance polls where they can cast their ballots in the 2014 municipal election.
Catherine O'Hara, Review
Waterdown bridal shop owner retires
The owner of the lovely boutique on the main floor of a stately Victorian manor in the heart of the village is ready to say ‘I do’ to the next chapter in her life.
Barton Street land severance denied
A Waterdown developer is appealing a Committee of Adjustment land severance decision to the Ontario Municipal Board.
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