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Paikin brothers feted
Steve and Jeff Paikin will be the honourees at the 2014 Jewish National Fund’s 62nd Negev Dinner, Sunday June 8, at the Hamilton Convention Centre by Carmen’s.
Voters flock to polls in 2011
Three years ago the riding of Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale had the second highest voter turnout in the entire province.

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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."
Comment by kitten
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
Photo by Mark Newman
CWH salutes special anniversary on Saturday
It was arguably Canada’s most important contribution to the Second World War.
Councillor queries content of background checks
A member of the Hamilton police services board says he wants to ensure incidental contacts with police don’t go on people’s records.
photo by Gord Bowes
Linc getting longer
Signage moving to Stone Church exit to align with Upper Red Hill
Curtail guest worker program, say Liberals
As the number of temporary foreign workers rise in Canada, the impact on the national economy is starting raise questions about the validity of the program.
Board seeks city partnership on two new rural schools
An 11th-hour proposal to partner with the city on two new public elementary schools in west Flamborough is being hailed as a “beyond brilliant,” grassroots solution to the need to cut surplus classroom seats in the area.
Police searching for Hydro One copper wire thief
Hamilton police continue to investigate after an estimated $15,000 worth of copper wire and cable were stolen from a Hydro One compound on the Mountain earlier this month.
Mohawk Road reconstruction begins Monday
The project is expected to be completed in November.
Lawrence Yanover photo
A good year for all
It’s been a good year for Don Robertson.
Transition mandate cut short
Dundas group originally expected to meet through 2015
Not on the same page
City, School Board disagree on Highland permit status.
Hamilton Liberals seize on OFL’s gloomy Hudak job cuts forecast
Hamilton's provincial Liberal candidates say Tory leader Tim Hudak’s election pledge to cut 100,000 Ontario civil servants would devastate the city’s economy by firing twice as many people as employed by ArcelorMittal Dofasco.
Photo by Gord Bowes
Stuff the bus success
Food collection Saturday at Meadowlands Sobeys
Honouring outstanding businesses
Four businesses have been nominated for the Dundas Business of the Year Award.
Ancaster resident charged in Burlington sexual assaults
An Oakville sailing coach and Ancaster resident is facing multiple charges in connection with a series of alleged sexual assaults against four former members of the Burlington Sailing and Boat Club.
Photo by Mark Newman
2015 year of pain on Concession Street
The Mountain’s oldest shopping will be up to its storefronts in work crews and heavy equipment by this time next year.
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