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Hamilton police need help solving Ancaster Pro Oil Change robbery

The Hamilton Police BEAR Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in a break and enter investigation.

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Mayor Bob Bratina hoping for big splash at CANUSA Games

Bob Bratina had the small blue swimming shorts ready.

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Exhausted Hamilton broadcaster signs off

A tired looking and sounding Mike Nabuurs signed off the air on CKOC radio just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, wrapping up a 50 hour broadcast marathon to raise food for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

Hamilton police seek same suspect in two east end indecent acts

Suspect was seen masturbating between parked cars.

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Ancaster’s heritage Old Town Hall gets renovations

As any family home needs constant maintenance, some of Ancaster’s historical buildings also need some tender, loving care each year.

Ancaster lawn bowlers celebrate new clubhouse in Village Green Park

The Ancaster Lawn Bowling club is looking to have a championship season this year after finally moving into their new clubhouse.

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats and McMaster Children’s Hospital team for Hearts in the Huddle

Seven-year-old MacKid Giacomo Pugliese had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to “take the field” with Ticats player Greg Wojt at the launch of Hearts in the Huddle, an new partnership between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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Stoney Creek residents fight relocation of sex offender Keith Theodore Constantin

Convicted sex offender plans to live in Fruitland Road area

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Ancaster’s Abby Stuart and her fast-pitch team compete in Vancouver championships

Abby Stuart’s Waterloo Ghost Under 14 fast-pitch team will represent Ontario in the national championships starting Aug. 5 in Vancouver, B.C.