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Hamilton Conservation Authority plan to lower Ancaster's Hermitage ruins hits roadblock
A Hamilton Conservation Authority plan to lower Ancaster’s crumbling Hermitage ruins is in city council’s hands after being opposed by two advisory committees and the area’s councillor.
Hamilton police need help solving Ancaster Pro Oil Change robbery
The Hamilton Police BEAR Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in a break and enter investigation.

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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 7:07:41 PM
Nora Frances Henderson to be honoured as this year’s Greatest Hamiltonian "This is great BUT they took her name off the Nora Francis Henderson Hospital because someone had more money to spend. The same thing happened to Victor K. Copps Coliseum."
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:04 PM
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families "Well said, and I couldn't agree more. A couple weeks ago this group was set up at the on and off ramps to the Linc at Upper Wentworth. They were also too cowardly to sit in front of their signs, with their faces showing. I cannot see the point of thi"
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Friday, July, 25, 2014 - 12:12:22 PM
Ancaster women cut their hair to make wigs for cancer patients "Thank you Ancaster News for coming out to cover our special event. We appreciate the support and encouragement from our community and it made the day event more exciting."
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Mayor Bob Bratina hoping for big splash at CANUSA Games
Bob Bratina had the small blue swimming shorts ready.
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Exhausted Hamilton broadcaster signs off
A tired looking and sounding Mike Nabuurs signed off the air on CKOC radio just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, wrapping up a 50 hour broadcast marathon to raise food for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.
Hamilton police seek same suspect in two east end indecent acts
Suspect was seen masturbating between parked cars.
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Ancaster's heritage Old Town Hall gets renovations
As any family home needs constant maintenance, some of Ancaster’s historical buildings also need some tender, loving care each year.
Ancaster lawn bowlers celebrate new clubhouse in Village Green Park
The Ancaster Lawn Bowling club is looking to have a championship season this year after finally moving into their new clubhouse.
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Hamilton Tiger-Cats and McMaster Children’s Hospital team for Hearts in the Huddle
Seven-year-old MacKid Giacomo Pugliese had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to “take the field” with Ticats player Greg Wojt at the launch of Hearts in the Huddle, an new partnership between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation.
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Stoney Creek residents fight relocation of sex offender Keith Theodore Constantin
Convicted sex offender plans to live in Fruitland Road area
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Ancaster's Abby Stuart and her fast-pitch team compete in Vancouver championships
Abby Stuart’s Waterloo Ghost Under 14 fast-pitch team will represent Ontario in the national championships starting Aug. 5 in Vancouver, B.C.
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Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts students Isabella Lecomte and Erin Pitt take steps to stardom
Gold for Broadway, gold for opera, silver for contemporary, bronze for pop and bronze for song and dance.
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Ancaster rider Matt Sehl continues to impress at Welland County Speedway
Matt Sehl’s success on the race track continued Saturday night with two first-place finishes in the Canadian Dirt Track National Race at Welland County Speedway.
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Mountain Brow Boulevard lane reduction possible
Hamilton considering removing a lane of traffic at top of the Kenilworth Access.
Hamilton Blues Society festival Nov. 1
Hammer Bluesfest to feature Harpdog Brown, Jack de Keyzer, Andre Bisson and The Vaudevillian
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Transport Minister Steven Del Duca leaves Hamilton councillors with more questions than answers after LRT funding meeting
Del Duca promises money for "additional rapid transit" but is cagey on what type
Child porn charges up; violent crimes down, say Hamilton police
Child porn, sexual violence against children on the rise while violent crime, break and enters, robberies are down.
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