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Two-way street conversions hit pothole
Hamilton’s conversion of its one-way streets to two-way has hit a few potholes.
Union leaders cautious about election call
The president of one of the largest unions in the province says he doesn’t think a spring election is in the cards for Ontario.

Should the city be held to the same standard on illegal dumping as residents?

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Sunday, April, 06, 2014 - 3:03:44 PM
Stoney Creek's King Street set for $6.5-million facelift in 2015 "Hope they will put in bicycle lanes from Centenial to Gray's road with turning lane in centre where there's space. Right now from Gray's to Applewood the sidewalk is right next to a lane of traffic where the speeds are usually in excess of 60 kph. A"
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Thursday, March, 27, 2014 - 2:02:58 PM
LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT "One can also remember the Electric Trolley BUS that ran in Hamilton but the City Fathers at that time did not want electric wires above the streets. This system worked great. They could get around accidents and even make detours with the help of a to"
Comment by texascanuk
Monday, March, 24, 2014 - 1:01:56 PM
LETTER: Deja vu feeling about LRT "The LRT will operate with the traffic signals using transit priority pre-emption. Resident's of Hamilton should research how other municipalities in Southern Ontario are implementing the design and operation of the LRT prior to making false statement"
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A vital medicine
MaryBeth McCuen was only 25 weeks pregnant when she gave birth to Sam in 2009 at McMaster University Medical Centre.
Photo by Debra Downey
Wind Dancer hopes you’ll pony up
Members of the local equestrian community staunchly support Dr. Paula Dupuy and her Wind Dancer Pony Rescue Foundation. However, a new corporate campaign has been launched in the hopes that corporations will start to pony up.
Henderson high to take Huskies nickname
Barton name, Barons nickname being retired
A little fungus at Mohawk Sports Park
It’s nothing a few weeks of warm, sunny weather won’t fix.
Photo by Richard Leitner
City boss blames vandals, others for tossed tombstones
A city boss says he “blew a gasket” when he learned veterans’ tombstones had been dumped over a bluff at Woodland Cemetery, but is suggesting vandals or private companies are to blame.
School closures topic of public meeting Tuesday
Education critic to talk about funding model
Hamilton residents dig deeper for tax hike
Hamilton politicians again missed their zero per cent tax increase goal this year, but still managed to approve a 1.5 per cent tax hike, one of the lowest in the post-amalgamation era.
Stoney Creek chamber names Community Award honourees
The Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce has named its annual Community Award winners. Awards will be presented on May 22 at Winona Vines Estates.
Upper Red Hill Valley Parkway name confirmed
Trinity Church Road extension gets official moniker
Photo by Richard Leitner
Veterans’ tombstones dumped at Hamilton city cemetery
They’re strewn over the side of a steep bluff at city-owned Woodland cemetery, some just fragments of tombstones bearing a first name and partial description of a dead soldier’s service.
Authority and diocese seal deal on Canterbury Hills sale
The Dundas Valley Conservation Area is about to expand now that a deal to buy 25 hectares of environmentally sensitive land by the Canterbury Hills Conference Centre and Camp has cleared the final hurdle.
Photo by Richard Leitner
Money finally runs out on ‘semi-interesting’ Hermitage ruins
Already leaning so precariously they’re fenced off from the public, Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins appear destined to come tumbling down one way or another.
File photo by Richard Leitner
Trustee ‘planted seed’ for Queensdale parent’s candidacy
Mike Patchett says he’d never considered running for Ward 7 public school trustee until the evening he pitched his alternative to a staff proposal to close up to four central Mountain elementary schools, including the one attended by his daughters.
J.L.Grightmire Arena is like home away from home
Brantford is the last Ontario team to win the Allan Cup. They won it at home as the 2008 hosts, topping powerhouse Bentley Generals 3–1.
Defending Allan Cup champs meet top rivals
If any modern amateur men’s hockey team in Canada has a true Allan Cup pedigree, it’s the Bentley Generals of Alberta.
Team set to put its run-and-gun style to the test
Don’t be surprised if you see a few transplants from The Rock waving Newfoundland flags at J.L. Grightmire Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday. There might be a few flying on championship final Sunday, as well.
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