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Stoney Creek teen Joy Henhawk found, say Hamilton police

Hamilton police announced Jan. 30 that missing Stoney Creek teen Joy Henhawk has been found.

Veteran Affairs Minister announces OSI clinic for Hamilton

Veterans Affairs Minister Erin O’Toole announced Hamilton will have an operational stress injury satellite clinic operating within its downtown by the end of the year.

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Conservative Diane Bubanko will take on Wayne Marston, Bob Bratina in Hamilton East-Stoney Creek

Diane Bubanko has been acclaimed as the next Conservative candidate for Hamilton East-Stoney Creek in this year’s federal election.

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Hamilton politicians skeptical about $15-million police forensic lab

Hamilton councillors were less than enthusiastic towards police chief Glenn De Caire’s request that the city provide $5 million towards the cost of a new $15-million forensic lab.

Hamilton councillors give police chief warm reception for budget

Hamilton councillors’ reception to Police Chief Glenn De Caire’s proposed 2015 tax increase was milder than in years past.

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Conditions deteriorate at Air Force Association in Dundas

Two groups move from King Street East building

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‘Mr. Everything’ Mark Jooris honoured by Dundas Real McCoys

Mark Jooris leads hockey club in career games, goals, assists, points.

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Hamilton school trustees spurn call to tape private sessions

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustees have spurned a call to tape closed-door sessions to ensure there’s a verbatim record if they’re accused of improperly excluding the public.

Dundas conservation area’s entrance to get a do-over

Mother Nature will get help restoring a meadow on the top of the hill at the Governor’s Road entrance to the Dundas Valley Conservation Area after a hands-off approach brought a proliferation of noxious weeds.

Mayor and Hamilton public board chair agree to mend fences

The sometimes frosty relationship between city politicians and Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustees over school closures is ready to thaw with plans to meet more regularly to discuss common concerns.

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