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Treading a fine line in downtown Hamilton core
Despite stories in the press trumpeting the success of Hamilton’s downtown, there remains a constant fear on the part of residents, especially in the suburban areas, that if they take in a show at Theatre Aquarius, or eat in a nice restaurant on James Street, they’ll be walking through a dangerous concrete jungle.
Nikki Wesley, MWMG
MY VIEW: Filling up on food
I recently had the good fortune of judging at Waterdown’s Ribfest, sampling the best saucy and smoked delights the vendors had to offer.

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Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 - 6:06:21 PM
Big Red says goodbye to Waterdown "You will be missed on Parkside, an icon for so long, I enjoyed driving by and and seeing the newly refurbished bikes you worked on. Such a great talent, it would be a shame and a waste if you weren't able to carry on, at least with the bikes, in Bur"
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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
Thanks to sponsors, volunteers who made Duck Dash awesome
What do you get when you have a duck, a trout and a great park?
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PARLIAMENT HILL: Justice is served
This week was a good week in our ongoing effort to crack down on criminals and ensure our communities are safe.
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FAITH MATTERS: Happy and helpless
Recently, I had the privilege of spending almost four weeks in East Africa. In the town of Lokichoggio, in the remote north-west corner of Kenya, close to the border with South Sudan, I was involved in biblical training for of church leaders, pastors, evangelists, youth workers, etc.
Sue Collins, Special
FACES OF FLAMROBOROUGH-Aghdas Javid: Citizen of the world
Aghdas Javid and her husband moved to Canada from Iran in 1966. They had been warned that, as members of the Bahá’i Faith, they should leave before the coming revolution. In 1968, they bought the house in Greensville that she still lives in today, and raised their three daughters there.
There's no place for rage on our roads
Take a deep breath — and drive on.
Brenda Jefferies
MY VIEW: Something to say? Write on
If I’ve learned anything in my 14 years on the editorial staff here at the Review, it’s that people in Flamborough have strong opinions – lots of them. And that’s a good thing, because we want to hear them. Really.
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Team car whash boosts Pat Du four Memorial Fund
On Sunday, June 22, the Flamborough Sabres atom AE hockey team hosted a car wash fundraiser – not to raise money for their team but instead to provide support to the Pat Du Four Memorial Fund.
A cul-de-sac is not the same as a private road
Regarding the recommendation from a Flamborough resident that William Street residents bear private road maintenance costs when the north end is closed; one may expect this recommendation from someone who may have ignored the local traffic only signs and conveniently used William Street as the “Carlisle By-Pass.”
POLICE BEAT: Rash of break-ins, vehicle thefts in Flamborough
During the week of July 6 to July 13 the following incidents of auto theft and home entries occurred.
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: How to be a better grandparent
There are as many different roles for grandparents as there are different family configurations and needs. Some grandparenting requires a full-time commitment. For others, grandparenting is a weekend together, an afternoon play date, a summer vacation, a chat on the phone, or occasional emails.
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ON THE BOOKS: Summer Reading Club fun
This year’s TD Summer Reading Club activities are designed to engage Hamilton families in the spirit of curiosity and hands-on discovery with programming to encourage making friends, making time, making a mess and making memories.
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FAITH MATTERS: Praying through the Psalms
When we are confronted with suffering and loss, what do we do?
Pastor Matt Pamplin
FAITH MATTERS: Quenching our thirst
When summer truly hits in Ontario one thing that you don’t want to find out unexpectedly is that your air conditioning unit isn’t working.
POLICE BEAT: Thieves smash window, jimmy lock in attempt to steal vehicle
Flamborough officers were kept busy this past week with the usual calls for service.
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QUEEN'S PARK: A great country
Like most of you Canada Day makes me feel both proud and fortunate. It was also a very busy day for me as I travelled across our great Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough and Westdale communities attending a variety of events, including a swearing-in ceremony of new citizens at Waterdown’s Memorial Park.
Carlisle resident pleased with William Street closure
There are many happy residents that live on William, Elderberry and Wildberry streets.
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