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Enbridge gets approval for Line 9 reversal
The National Energy Board has given Enbridge Pipelines the green light to reverse the flow of oil on its Line 9 pipeline from North Westover to Montreal.
Soldier’s mother breaks silence, accepts minister’s apology
The mother of a dead Hamilton soldier hopes the pain the family has gone through the last few weeks will prompt improvements to how returning veterans are treated when they re-enter civilian life.

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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."
Comment by Marie Phillips
Sunday, July, 20, 2014 - 1:01:54 PM
Hamilton parks boss: Have to balance scenic view and erosion control at lookout points "Looks to me there are more than a few mature trees blocking the view. There are many more locations where you can get an unobstructed view of the lower city, with free parking. Clearing away the vegetation may help, as long as no erosion takes place."
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Tuesday, July, 15, 2014 - 7:07:11 PM
Senior of the Year just keeps going "Congratulations, Pat! Well done and well deserved! An inspiration to all of us - at any age!"
Comment by Dundastan
Photo by Kevin Werner
Saltfleet strikes gold at OFSAA boys basketball
The Saltfleet Storm senior boys’ basketball team is as good as gold.
Hamilton public schools to tap the sun to cut energy bills
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is planning to tap Mother Nature to cut energy bills.
Photo courtesy Than Campbell
‘Orphan 32’ fulfills mom’s dying wish
Than Campbell keeps his cool until he comes to where he finally got to say, “I love you, daddy,” to his birth father nearly 35 years after war tore them apart.
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Clark seeks transit updates for Stoney Creek
When Stoney Creek councillor Brad Clark was first elected to Hamilton council in 2006 he managed to get some weekend transit service to his upper Stoney Creek area.
Photo by Laura Lennie
City secures King Street land for Battlefield interpretive centre
The city is taking a big step toward building an interpretive centre for Battlefield Park with the purchase of land across the road from the nationally designated historic site.
Expect delays on Sherman Access Thursday
Street light pole being replaced on west leg
Virtual budget meeting focus turns to snow
Ward 8 residents seemed more interested in talking about snow removal than the 2014 budget
Province will find ‘affordable solution’ for Hamilton’s transit debate
Ontario Transportation Minister Glen Murray tried to be a neutral observer when it comes to deciding if light-rail or bus rapid transit is the best fit for Hamilton.
Construction to resume on Barton Street between Nash and Centennial
Two-year project to be completed by winter
Hamilton on the GO
It’s good to go for Hamilton’s newest GO transit station.
Library celebrates 100 years of collecting and preserving Hamilton’s history
Since 1914, Hamilton Public Library has been collecting and preserving scrapbooks, clipping files, archives, rare books, periodicals, historical memorabilia and pamphlets
Mid-Pen highway 'ridiculous’ says Lib minister
A few days after Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina touted the benefits of building a new southern highway from Fort Erie to Hamilton, Ontario’s Transportation Ministry blew up the idea the Liberals would ever support such a project.
Mohawk College photo
Mohawk women play for gold Saturday
Mountaineers reach OCAA final; game at 7 at Mohawk College
Photo submitted by CWH
Historic flight for Hamilton’s Lancaster
For many seniors in Great Britain it will bring back memories of the Second World War when the skies over England were filled with allied bomber and fighter aircraft.
Photo by Mike Pearson
Horizon, city hope to get Hamilton back to business
Horizon Utilities and the city’s economic development department want to breathe new life into Hamilton’s vacant industrial buildings.
Metrolinx announces $44-million Go Station on James Street North
A Mississauga firm has been awarded a $44-million project to build Hamilton's new Go Station at 353 James St. N.
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