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Police charge Hamilton trio in 2001 temple, mosque attacks
Police have arrested three Hamilton men who they believe are responsible for both the September 2001 arson that destroyed the Hindu Samaj Temple and earlier damage to the Hamilton Mountain Mosque.
Successful trip north for Mohawk volleyballers
Make it three straight wins for the Mohawk men’s volleyball team following a pair of weekend victories in Sudbury.

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Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - 12:12:44 PM
Dundas wins Allan Cup in overtime "congratulations to the Dundas Real McCoys; Donnie Robertson brought the AC tourney here, and the team made sure the Allan Cup stays here! It was great to be right at the game and see a great moment in Dundas history being realized! Craig, I finally"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 7:07:05 PM
Veterans’ tombstones dumped at Hamilton city cemetery "[...] up its mess Last week Hamilton Community News reporter Richard Leitner broke the story of how the shattered grave markers of several veterans were found dumped over the side of a bluff at the city-owned Woodland [...]"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:07 AM
Is registration the right answer? "[...] April, 16, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM LETTER: Lobbyist registry ensures accountability, transparency re: Is registration the right answer? (Editorial, April 10) After reading your editorial, I reflected back 10 years ago when the present voluntary lob"
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Hamilton woman gets 12-months probation for animal cruelty conviction
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Ontario takes hands-off approach to municipal reform
The province isn’t contemplating reforming the Municipal Act to make it easier for electors to remove mayors, says the Municipal Affairs minister.
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Top teacher eschews limelight
Those who work with Aviva Dunsiger say it’s no surprise she turned her visit to Ottawa to receive a national teaching award from Prime Minister Stephen Harper into a learning opportunity to benefit her students.
School's oil tank removal no health threat, board says
A Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board official says work to remove a buried oil tank at Prince Philip School ran into some complications but posed no hazard to students despite odour complaints that prompted a visit by the Ministry of Labour.
Hamilton scrambles to find new home for POA services
The city of Hamilton has found itself with a pricey decision to make if it wants to continue providing provincial offenses services to the community.
Businesses net millions with energy incentives
Small businesses can save big money on their electricity costs by taking advantage of incentive programs offered by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) and local utilities.
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All aboard for open data
Hamiltonians will be able to receive real-time data about the city’s bus schedules on their electronic devices by the middle of next year, says the transit director.
City caught in Stoney Creek development squabble
Three years after an Ontario Municipal Board hearing that allowed over 400 residential units on Green Mountain Road, the developer and a nearby business continue to fight over how to implement the conditions of approval.
Lane restrictions on Sherman Cut next week
Failing bin walls to be replaced, new Mountain Park Avenue bridge to open
Hamilton digs deep for social service funding as province watches
Hamilton may have to continue funding social service programs by itself beyond next year with the provincial government concentrating more on balancing its budget in the coming years.
Hamilton Library looks at $1.7 million renovation plan
The Hamilton Public Library is proposing to spend over $1.7 million to renovate the first and fourth floors of the Central Library, with detailed design planning beginning early in 2014.
Hamilton’s gets rolling on open data
Hamiltonians will be able to receive real-time data about the city’s bus schedules on their electronic devices by the middle of next year, says the transit director.
Dundas Girls earn fourth place at OFSAA
Highland-Parkside falls to powerful London team in bronze medal tilt.
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Lady Knights win third straight OFSAA title
St. Thomas More downed Blessed Pope John Paul II of Toronto 73-47
Dundas Girls head to OFSAA Bronze Medal game
Late comeback falls short but Highland-Parkside still in hunt for a medal.
Dundas Girls advance to medal round
Highland-Parkside knocks off #2 seed 56-48, move to OFSAA semi-final
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