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Millgrove Side Road property most expensive on Flamborough market
One of Flamborough’s most exclusive properties is on the market. And it could be yours – if the price is right.
Weather delays completion of Waterdown library
Extreme weather conditions have impacted the construction of the Waterdown Library and Flamborough Seniors Centre, delaying the opening of the $6.8-million facility.

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Monday, July, 21, 2014 - 9:09:15 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "I am sorry to see him go..."
Comment by dhunnam
Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 6:06:42 PM
North end of Carlisle's William Street to be closed off "Even considering closing Williams Rd. is an illogical and asinine move. 300 cars a day. So What. That is lightly traveled in this area. That is what roads are for. It is not an official Bypass. It is simply people taking the most expedient (and Gree"
Comment by G.M. Baker
Saturday, June, 14, 2014 - 4:04:07 AM
Skelly: 'A very dark day for Ontarians' "Donna Skelly said: “Tonight was just not our night, but someday ADFW will turn blue.” That may be true. But it will take choosing a new leader who is not way out there on the ultra-right-wing-tea-party-lunatic-fringe. Ms Skelly may be angry ..."
Comment by thehighwayman
OLG makes first quarter payment to Hamilton
According to a press release issued today, the Sault Ste. Marie office of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation has issued a first-quarter (April to June, 2014) non-tax gaming revenue payment of $1,512,791 to the City of Hamilton for hosting OLG Slots at Flamboro Downs.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Hundreds of charges laid in two-day commercial vehicle blitz in Waterdown, Burlington
Police issued more than 300 charges during a two-day, multi-jurisdictional commercial vehicle safety blitz that was conducted in Waterdown and Burlington.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Police conduct commercial vehicle safety blitz in Waterdown
A multi-jurisdictional commercial vehicle safety blitz is underway in Waterdown.
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Freelton teen rides the skies
First solo. It’s a defining event in the training of a fledgling glider pilot and for 17 -year-old air cadet Cody Shilliday, it’s a dream come true.
Hamilton to continue hosting rural flu clinics
Hamilton’s public health department is ending its seasonal large flu clinics except in rural wards where there is a lack of physicians and pharmacies to administer the vaccines.
Bratina looks to Hamilton East-Stoney Creek for federal Liberal nomination
Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina will be eyeing a Liberal nomination for the 2015 federal election once his mayoral term is finished this November, but it won’t be in Hamilton Centre.
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Next Hamilton mayor will have easier ride: Bratina
Mayor Bob Bratina says the next Hamilton mayor will enter the position with few pressing issues, unlike what was confronting him after the 2010 mayoral race when former mayor Fred Eisenberger was defeated.
Joseph Brant closes RFP for Burlington hospital project
Joseph Brant Hospital has issued a press release announcing that the request for proposals stage has closed for pre-qualified companies to submit bids to design, build and finance the hospital’s redevelopment and expansion project.
Howell gets name on Flamborough arena
NHL Hall of Famer Harry Howell will get his name on a Flamborough arena by September.
Community contributes to naming of Flamborough facilities
The Waterdown community has put its mark on local facilities.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Waterdown youth centre welcomes new director
Lynda Bonus is easing her way into her new role as youth centre director.
Garden tour blooms in Hamilton's Kirkendall neighbourhood
Hamilton grannies are going green once again this weekend.
POLICE DAILY-July 14: Patron foils car theft at Flamboro Downs
Hamilton Police report the following incidents occurred over the weekend:
Gord Bowes • MWMG
Play date at Hamilton Toy Museum
The Hamilton Toy Museum is one step closer to opening its doors.
Mac Christie • Review
Waterdown man to hold ‘em against NHL alumni, poker pros
A Waterdown man will be trying to hit the jackpot against NHL Alumni and professional poker players as part of the NHL Alumni Charity Poker Tournament in Toronto at the end of July.
Put waste in the right place, says City of Hamilton staff
The City of Hamilton is encouraging park-goers to put waste in the right place.
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