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Hamilton residents talk transit at budget meeting
Hamilton’s transit system took the front seat in residents’ budget priorities during the Feb. 24 budget meeting.
Eisenberger urges patience over frozen pipes
Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger says the City is doing everything it can to deal with a deluge of frozen pipes around the community.
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Flamborough students compete at HWCDSB science and engineering fair
Students from Flamborough and across the city competed at the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board's 33rd annual System Science and Engineering Fair Feb. 28 at Bishop Ryan Catholic Secondary School.
Hamilton police add statistical tool to domestic violence prevention kit
Hamilton police are rolling out a new tool that claims to accurately predict the odds of whether a man who has committed an act of domestic violence will re-offend.
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Waterdown robotics team takes first at Hamilton LEGO League competition
The Guardian Angels Catholic Elementary School robotics team received a well-earned first place trophy on Saturday, after competing in Hamilton’s first LEGO League competition.
Councillor seeks purrfect way to control Hamilton's cat population
Hamilton councillor Sam Merulla says he has the purrfect solution to the city’s cat problem: licences.
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Flamborough councillor elected to Rural Ontario Municipal Association
Ward 14 Councillor Robert Pasuta was elected to the Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Board Feb. 24.
Fire causes another Flamborough power outage
A fire involving five hydro poles and one cross arm caused a power outage affecting 929 customers in the Hwy. 6. and 6th Concession East area Tuesday evening.
Hamilton's area rating for transit should be eliminated, says Merulla
Suburbs “screwing over” the downtown, says Ward 4 councillor
Vision alive for community hub site in Greensville, says board chair
The vision is not lost. In fact, “It’s still there,” assured Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board chairman Todd White, adding, “No doors are closed.”
Frozen pipes wreak havoc across Hamilton
City staff hit with a deluge of calls from residents without water
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Flamborough St. Mary's students follow D.R.E.A.M.S. in Dominican Republic
A group of 25 St. Mary Catholic Secondary School students, including several from Flamborough, travelled to the Dominican Republic in late January as part of the school’s D.R.E.A.M.S. program.
Hamilton council makes affordable transit pass program permanent
Hamilton politicians agreed to make the affordable transit pass program permanent at an estimated cost of $158,500 for 2015.
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Flamborough photographer makes the leap to publishing with dance book
It doesn't take a special eye to see the elegant beauty of a ballerina. It does, however, take a certain talent to capture a dancer's graceful movement in a single frame.
Ontario Tory leadership hopefuls propose olive branch to unions
Two of the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership hopefuls are concerned enough about the impact the Working Families Coalition will have on the party in the next election that they are willing to propose policies that are favourable to some unions.
Hamilton's Catholic school board gets FSL update
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board heard an update on the implementation of its French as a Second Language (FSL) program at its Feb. 17 Religion, Family Life and Instructional Services committee meeting.
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Sheffield Museum takes history into the future with move online
The Sheffield Museum of Rural Life is on its way to becoming an online-only resource.
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Dundas authors Reble and Staudinger juice their way to Amazon bestseller lists
A 40-day juice cleanse last June has led to a number-one spot on multiple international Amazon bestseller lists for Rebecca Reble and Dieter Staudinger.
 
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