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Merulla seeks third-party investigation of Ferguson incident

Hamilton councillor Sam Merulla says he wants a third-party independent investigation to determine if more serious charges should be laid against Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson after an incident occurred last year with independent journalist Joey Coleman.

Eisenberger wants LRT funding, but will settle for bus money

Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger may wish the provincial government grants his request to provide the estimated $811 million in capital dollars needed to build a light-rail transit system.

Hamilton councillors defy paying NPCA’s tax bill

Hamilton councillors are defying the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and provincial legislation to pay a levy increase of almost $950,000 to the agency.

Hamilton mountain councillor Scott Duvall looking forward to March nomination meeting

Hamilton Mountain councillor Scott Duvall is downplaying any hint of friction between himself and Bryan Adamczyk as they clash for the NDP federal riding association’s nomination meeting.

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Donation brings warmth to Stoney Creek’s Erland Lee Museum

The museum and carriage house will receive a new heating and cooling system thanks to donations of cash and materials valued at more than $45,000 from the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada, Golden Horseshoe Chapter.

Photo by Mark Newman

Concession Street reconstruction tops agenda for new BIA director

While the looming $10 million reconstruction of Concession Street might scare off some potential business people, Marty Schreiter sees it as a good thing for the Mountain’s oldest shopping district.

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Merulla hopes to find purrfect solution to Hamilton’s cat overpopulation

Hamilton councillor Sam Merulla has the purrfect solution to the city’s cat problem: licenses.

Concession Street work begins Monday

The long anticipated reconstruction of Concession Street between Upper Wellington and Upper Sherman begins on Monday.

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Dundas’ Hamilton Air Force Association awaits word on Trillium application

Club member says grant would pay for roof replacement if successful

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