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Funding cuts' local impact unclear, says Hamilton public board vice-chair
Board addressing under-capacity schools, White says
Transport truck strikes pickup on Brock Road in Flamborough
According to the Hamilton Police Service, officers responded to an motor vehicle collision that occurred on Brock Road in West Flamborough at about 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 27.
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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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Hamilton Twitter users throw weight around: study
There is a large “digital divide” among Hamilton’s Twitter users who have an undue influence on the city’s political decision making process, says a McMaster University graduate student.
Recount upholds Flamborough trustee race results
The recount in the Ward 15 trustee race reached the same result as on election night – declaring Waterdown’s Penny Deathe elected by 11 votes.
Hamilton council inauguration Dec. 3
Hamilton’s 2014 council inauguration will be conducted at city hall rather than at the Hamilton Convention Centre, where it has been held since the first council of the new city of Hamilton in 2000.
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Waterdown resident Jim Forbes wins Premier's Award
Flamborough’s Jim Forbes won the 2014 Premier’s Award for Technology Nov. 24.
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Coyote sightings put Waterdown family on alert
The Collins family is on high alert after recently witnessing two coyotes prowling their Waterdown property.
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Waterdown teen receives a helping hand
For a Waterdown teen, receiving a helping hand has taken on a whole new meaning.
Flamborough Power Centre officials continue discussions with city
Discussions to rescind retail size restrictions and increase gross floor area caps affecting the Flamborough Power Centre are ongoing.
Eric Riehl, MWMG
Two Flamborough residents among charged in multi-jurisdictional drug bust
Police have charged 15 people – including two Flamborough residents – in a multi-jurisdictional bust that investigators say has disrupted and possibly dismantled a drug trafficking network in Hamilton, Halton and Toronto.
Waterdown contractor appeals conviction
A Waterdown man has been sentenced to 225 days in jail, fined, and ordered to pay restitution after his company abandoned or failed to complete work on kitchen and bathrooms in Burlington and Oakville.
Mac Christie, Review
Volunteers build shop for Westover veteran
Westover veteran Chris Klodt is having a workshop built at his home by Renos for Heroes.
Comment on draft rural zoning bylaw at Rockton meeting Nov. 25
Residents will be able to provide comments on the revised draft rural zones and site plan control bylaw for the rural area at an area public meeting.
Hamilton Mountain Tory candidate admits trying to vote twice
A former Hamilton Mountain provincial Tory candidate has admitted to attempting to vote twice in the 2011 federal election.
Mac Christie, Review
Waterdown students, seniors break down barriers between generations
Local seniors and youth got together at an event meant to break down barriers between their respective generation earlier this month .
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.
 
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