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TERRA Greenhouses presents Purple Pepper awards
TERRA Greenhouses recently presented its Purple Pepper Awards for Best Edible Gardens.
Photo by Mark Newman
Hamilton seniors take a walk
It’s a chance for Hamilton seniors to get a little exercise and check out some the city’s outdoor trails.

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Friday, September, 26, 2014 - 8:08:50 PM
88 jobs lost as east Mountain grocery store closes "Doesn't surprise me considering for the last 5 years, there are only 1 or 2 cashiers with 20 people lined up. I stopped shopping here for that reason."
Comment by spiridus
Monday, September, 22, 2014 - 6:06:34 PM
John Iachelli challenges incumbent Lloyd Ferguson for Ancaster council seat "Wow. The article does not state that the value of his home doubled. It just says the property tax almost doubled. It is always wise to thoroughly read and understand an article before commenting. That does not instil confidence either."
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Friday, September, 12, 2014 - 10:10:39 PM
John Iachelli challenges incumbent Lloyd Ferguson for Ancaster council seat "This guy apparently doesn't understand that when the value of your home doubles so do your property taxes. Doesn't really instill confidence."
Comment by blerg
Stoney Creek's Highway 8 receives three new signalized crosswalks
Drivers along Highway 8 better get ready for more stops along the busy roadway.
photo By Mike Pearson
Stoney Creek Santa parade back on for 2015
Organizers plan parade despite uncertainty of King Street construction.
Food Share hopes to get fresh
Tax credit will benefit farmers who donate fresh products to food banks.
PC leadership hopeful in Hamilton
Vic Fedeli visiting Hamilton Mountain riding
West Mountain bocce court enclosure nearly complete
Work to enclose the bocce court area at the Chedoke Twin-pad arena should be completed within the next month.
88 jobs lost as east Mountain grocery store closes
Metro closing Stone Church Road store
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TIFF flicks come to Ancaster Film Fest
On Monday, Oct. 6, Ancaster Film Fest presents two films that just played at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival — Pride at 1 and 7:15 p.m and My Old Lady at 4 p.m. at Ancaster Silver City.
Meet the Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough and Stoney Creek HWDSB candidates
The Hamilton-Wentworth Council of Home and School Associations, an organization overseeing its member home and schools within the HWDSB, is hosting a series of six schooltrustee candidate meetings city-wide from Oct. 2-16.
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Dundas lampwork artist Sandra Greenwood looking forward to Beyond the Valley studio tour
Sandra Greenwood was bitten with the glass-melting bug after her husband of 14 years presented her with a rather unique anniversary gift.
Hamilton public board touts Grade 9 math test gains
The latest round of Grade 9 provincial math tests is giving Hamilton’s public school board rare cause for celebration on the subject.
Allyson Wenzowski photo
Goldsmith Heidi Schnabelt turns up heat for Dundas Studio Tour
A newcomer to the Valley Town, goldsmith Heidi Schnabel opened her jewelry studio and shop in the former Valley City Manufacturing building in January.
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Freewheelin’ Concerts returning to the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas
The Freewheelin’ Concert series returns to the Carnegie Gallery this month for its eighth season.
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Dundas community helps create EcoPark at former Veldhuis site
Zachary Swackhammer pitches in to help create paradise during the TD Community Tree Planting Fest at the Desjardins Canal on Saturday.
Photo by Barry Gray, the Hamilton Spectator
Momentum growing for Tiessen family fundraiser
Fundraiser is this Saturday from 1-9 p.m.
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Challengers, incumbent square off in debate for Stoney Creek's Ward 10
A Ward 10 municipal election debate turned into an all-out offensive on Ward 10 incumbent Maria Pearson by challengers Teresa DiFalco and Luana Yachetti.
Hamilton public board backs off allowing unsupervised outside sports coaches
Hamilton’s public school board is backing away from a contentious proposal to let outside volunteers coach extracurricular sports without teacher supervision.
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