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UPDATE: Downed wire sparked Waterdown power outage
Despite speculation on social media Friday evening that a motor vehicle accident caused more than 2,600 Waterdown residents to lose power for about two hours, the root of the problem was a downed wire on Parkside Drive.
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UPDATE: Power partially restored to Waterdown
Horizon utilities is reporting that partial power has been restored to the Waterdown area.

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Thousands without power in Waterdown
A widespread power outage is affecting more than 2,600 Waterdown residents.
Parkside Drive upgrades get green light
Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment has given the City of Hamilton the go-ahead to proceed with plans to upgrade Parkside Drive.
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SPCA, police investigate after pony killed by crossbow in Stoney Creek
Sam Stoltzfus isn’t sure what he’ll tell the kids when they ask about Moonpie, a four-year-old pony that was allegedly shot and killed with a crossbow arrow on Nov. 16.
Couple restoring Carlisle home to former glory
After standing vacant for almost two decades, Carlisle’s Abrey-Zimmerman property will soon be home to a young family.
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Hamilton Catholic board appoints new superintendent
The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board (HWCDSB) has appointed a new superintendent.
Haudenosaunee voluntarily cut Dundas Valley deer hunt limit
The Haudenosaunee have voluntarily cut this year’s native deer hunt limit in the Dundas Valley to 60, down from the 80 allowed in a formal agreement struck with the Hamilton Conservation Authority three years ago.
Dundas Valley Secondary adds high-end sports field
Dundas Valley Secondary School students are getting a new, “high-end” grass sports field to go along with the $15 million in building renovations that will add a new gymnasium and six science labs.
Waterdown high school working on 'jock culture'
Lewd texts, boozy parties and intimidating behaviour were the final straw for a local principal who is hoping to restructure the image of "jock culture" at her school.
Aviation fuel tax will impact winter travelers
That winter getaway might come with a higher price tag this season following a recent provincial tax hike on aviation fuel.
Hamilton Conservation Authority seeks to thaw city levy freeze
The Hamilton Conservation Authority is breaking with recent tradition by asking the city to open its wallet a bit more for the coming year
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Lauwers seeks judicial recount in 11-vote loss
Nick Lauwers is going to court to try to convince a judge to order a recount by hand, rather than machine, of the ballots cast in his 11-vote loss to Penny Deathe in the Oct. 27 election for Flamborough public school trustee.
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Outgoing Flamborough trustee looks back on rewarding eight-year term
First elected to the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board in 2006, Karen Turkstra has spent the better part of the last eight years advocating for the success and well-being of elementary and secondary students.
Need for food in Flamborough persists, says food bank manager
There’s always a demand for food in Flamborough.
Waterdown homeowner gets green light on variances
Requests for minor variances pertaining to a Waterdown home were green-lighted by Hamilton’s Committee of Adjustment at a meeting Nov. 6.
Committee of Adjustment approves minor variances for Waterdown day care site
A request for relief from provisions outlined in the city’s zoning bylaw to permit a day nursery at 221 Dundas St. East was approved by Hamilton’s Committee of Adjustment at its Nov. 6 meeting.
Flu shots now available in Flamborough
Flu season has arrived.
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