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Thursday morning accident causes damage to Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre
City staff, architects and structural engineers are assessing the damage to the Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre after a vehicle crashed into the Alberton Road facility on Thursday morning.
Ward 9 candidates square off in key Stoney Creek election race
New councillor will be chosen to represent Heritage Stoney Creek on Oct. 27.

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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."
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Thursday, September, 11, 2014 - 4:04:40 PM
Grade 6 students ‘just fine on basic math,’ Sandals insists "Minister Sandals' contempt for evidence based research in the classroom is astounding. How stupid does she think taxpayers are that we are to believe IPads in the hands of 9 year olds will help them with their multiplication tables? And equally ins"
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Wednesday, September, 03, 2014 - 1:01:46 PM
Danko wants to fix ‘severely flawed’ school ARCs "She's right in saying the process is severely flawed. It is. But I do not trust that when push comes to shove, she will do what's best for the ward. I fear she will simply circle her wagons around Queensdale and protect it at all costs. Letting wh"
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Dundas Woman Softball Association players off to Aruba to represent Canada
Five Hamilton area women hope to be catching more than rays when they visit the Caribbean island of Aruba in March 2015.
Lane restrictions on Sherman Access for street light work
Starts Monday; work will be done over a three-week period.
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E-bike riders not immune to impaired driving charges, say Hamilton police
Be Safe campaign targets e-bike infractions.
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Orchard Park alumni Thought Beneath Film rock out for MusiCounts
OP alumni rock out with concert band to benefit music education charity.
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Musician Tom Wilson performs at Ancaster’s Ojo’s
Hamilton’s own Tom Wilson will take the stage for a solo performance Oct. 12 in Ancaster.
Ancaster author Jill Downie’s latest Ed Moretti/Liz Falla novel available now from Dundurn Press
While investigating the apparent suicide of a hermit, police officers Ed Moretti and Liz Falla have to deal with what seems to be an outbreak of vampirism.
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Hamilton driver mounts curb, passes stopped school bus to avoid seatbelt ticket
Police forced to end pursuit for safety reasons.
Ancaster Vet slo-pitch players start playoffs
In Ancaster Vets Slo-Pitch playoff action on Sunday, the Pirates won a slugfest 23-16 over the hard-hitting Tigers.
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Clark supports referendum on LRT; McHattie, Eisenberger opposed
Mayoral candidate Brad Clark came out during the Hamilton Business Leaders’ debate Sept. 18 in favour of holding a city-wide referendum on building Hamilton’s proposed $811-million light-rail transit system.
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Perfect date night
The cast of Forever Plaid — Jean Sauve, Colin Lapsley, Steve Picyk and Jim Broadley — serenade director and choreographer Angela Broadley.
City of Hamilton creating ‘conceptual plans’ for Anaster's Memorial School
Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson and city staff will be hiring a consultant to design how Memorial School can be integrated into the village’s downtown.
Golden Horseshoe Post Card Club launches new book in Dundas
The Golden Horseshoe Post Card Club launches its new book, This is a Beautiful City, at the 29th antique postcard show this weekend.
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Dundas Valley School of Art celebrates 50 years with workshops, open house
Fifty years ago two visionary women took a blank canvas and painted a colourful and vibrant future for Dundas’ arts community.
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Hamilton Mountain celebrates Fall Fest
Mountain residents can welcome autumn a couple of days early at the 18th annual Concession Street Fall Fest on Saturday.
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Hamilton Mountain students walk for a cause
They’re only in Grade 7 but already Hailey Trumbley, Ella Small and Emmalee Frketich are being touted as future community leaders.
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