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Group cries foul over ‘sweetheart’ Dofasco pollution deal
The Ministry of the Environment is being accused of giving ArcelorMittal Dofasco “a sweetheart deal” that will allow the company to avoid prosecution for air-pollution violations at its coke ovens for the next five years.
photo by Gord Bowes
City 'fedging' its bets on greenery to fight graffiti
Hedge fences installed in pilot project on Mountain

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Friday, October, 17, 2014 - 5:05:46 PM
Leanne Pluthero selling T-shirts to help save Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins "Great article and thank you so much for writing this up! So glad to spread the word!"
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LETTER: Can’t sit back and let ISIS expand at will "ISIS is hardly Hitler who had created a regime in a country that already exists and not trying to carve one out of two other destablized countries. It is curious the author would rather commit ineffectual attacks that will draw further extremist atte"
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Saturday, October, 11, 2014 - 5:05:15 PM
Will Hamilton's next mayor have urban or suburban vision and priorities? "As a suburbanite, and supporter of the city I'm pretty sure this part is wrong, "This will be the first time a mayoral candidate is trumpeting Hamilton’s suburbs to have a place at the decision-making table rather than just being the cash cow that "
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Mountain, upper Stoney Creek losing door-to-door mail
More than 36,000 Mountain and upper Stoney Creek households can expect to receive an information package outlining Canada Post’s plans to end door-to-door mail delivery in their neighbourhoods.
Lobbyist registry delayed until September
After years of being buried in legislative limbo, Hamilton councillors seem poised to approve a lobbyist registry in September.
Photo by Mark Newman
Police set to begin park watch
Getting caught drinking alcohol in a Mountain park will cost you $125 and under the city’s bylaw you can expect a similar fine if you are found loitering in a park between 11 a.m. and 6 a.m.
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Health matters
Dr. Nader Fahmy plans to stay at an expanded medical building in downtown Ancaster, but the family doctor’s plans for redevelopment of three other Wilson Street East properties are not yet clear.
BIA hires new executive director
The Ancaster Village Heritage Business Improvement Area has hired their second executive director in less than a year.
Hamilton board vows to step up students' daily exercise
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board says it’s made getting elementary students their 20 minutes of daily exercise “a priority” in the wake of a provincial audit that flagged its failure to monitor compliance with the requirement.
Woodland Cemetery bluff gets ‘impressive cleanup’
A cleanup of city-owned Woodland Cemetery spurred by the discovery of dumped veterans’ tombstones over the edge of a bluff found fragments of another four discarded gravestones, along with a laundry list of other garbage.
Dundas square’s redesign keeps eyes on the birds
Dundas’s two Rotary clubs are hoping to keep after-hours troublemakers at bay by bringing a bit of artistic flair to plans for the gateway park at the former Veldhuis Greenhouses property – along with $125,000 in cash and volunteer labour.
Ancaster panty peeker charged with voyeurism
A 63-year-old Ancaster man has been charged with two counts of adult voyeurism after he was caught using a cell phone camera to take videos up women’s dresses on June 18.
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Meeting his match
Kelly Barber waited a full day before finally tapping the send button that would connect him with the woman in Germany who saved his life.
Dorr asks politicians to consider lapel cameras
Norm Dorr, the father-in-law of Steve Mesic who was shot by Hamilton police last year, urged city councillors to pressure the police to begin using lapel cameras on officers.
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Former MP launches new book
John Bryden’s new book, Fighting to Lose: How the German Secret Intelligence Service Helped the Allies Win the Second World War, was launched last night at Dundas Museum and Archives.
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Women’s shelter director slams reversal on chief’s resignation
The head of a Hamilton women’s shelter is criticizing the police services board’s decision to allow Chief Glenn De Caire to rescind his resignation.
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Hamilton prepares for Pan Am party
Hamilton’s Pan Am 2015 officials are looking at enticing members of Cirque de Soleil, Juno-award winning musicians, and other high-level international performers to entertain residents and visitors when the city hosts the games next year.
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De Caire to don police chief cap for two more years
Hamilton police Chief Glenn De Caire will keep his job for at least another two years.
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