Carolyn Marsh, left, president of the Ancaster Fair Homecraft Committee, Laurene Butter, who started the annual luncheon 50 years ago, Vivian McBay, who has been involved with the Homecraft Committee since 1944, and Norma Baker, the earliest past-president, raise their teacups to mark 50 years of the Homecraft Committee luncheon.
The west end of Wilson Street is quickly becoming a commercial corridor.
Join Community of Dundas at arena Monday night.
Public works opening yards at locations across the city for residents who bring their own bucket or container and a shovel.
The Stoney Creek Midget AA Sabres remain undefeated in 2014 Esso Cup action.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are eyeing a financially winning season in 2014 after announcing a $5 million investment into the $145.7-million Tim Hortons Field.
Pedestrians stopped and stared as soon as the store closing sign went up on Monday morning.
Jason Hofing didn’t start drinking coffee until he began working as driver for a courier company about six years ago.
New stop signs will be installed at several intersection on the Mountain.
The lights are expected to be in place by Labour Day.