Students from St. Joachim Catholic Elementary School participated in the first ever Sports-A-Thon on May 17.
The Hamilton Police Service continues to collect evidence and to follow up on leads in relation to the Tim Bosma homicide investigation.
Hamilton’s public works committee created a large pot hole in front of a proposed bus-only two-kilometer lane along King Street that has been championed by city transit staff.
Stephanie King had no idea when she signed up for a jewelry-making course six years ago that the simple gesture would lead to a successful business involving her life-long love of coloured gemstones.
Through the fear, horror and sorrow of the past nine days, Sharlene Bosma and her family have taken a small measure of solace in knowing Tim Bosma touched so many lives.
The Ancaster Titans Under 10 boys battled through wind, rain and hail to take the top division crown at theFrank Sobil tournament.
My daughter recently went to watch one of her friends receive her doctorate in chemical engineering.
It must be a tremendous burden being the smartest person in the room.
Your May 9 editorial is correct in calling for a full environmental assessment of the proposal to ship unrefined tar sands bitumen across southern Ontario in a 38-year-old Enbridge pipeline.
The Ancaster Horticultural Society is getting ready for its major fundraising event of the year, the plant and bake sale.