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A chilly day for Around the Bay

Paul Kimugul repeats as Around the Bay winner

Future of public works division prompts disagreement among Hamilton politicians

Another problem with Hamilton’s public works department has prompted some soul-searching among councillors over what to do about the beleaguered division.

McHattie wins the money race; Eisenberger takes Hamilton mayor’s chair

Former Hamilton councillor Brian McHattie may have raised more money than his other mayoral competitors, and former Stoney Creek councillor Brad Clark may have spent the most of the candidates, but Mayor Fred Eisenberger still won the mayor’s chair last fall.

Mayor Fred Eisenberger supports changes to Hamilton’s voting system

Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger is willing to consider changing how residents vote for their municipal politicians in the 2018 election.

Watson, Mole lead Dundas Real McCoys to playoff title

McCoys host Kenora for trip to 2015 Allan Cup

Next GTHA mayors’ meeting should be held in Hamilton, says McMeekin

Hamilton Liberal cabinet minister Ted McMeekin says the next meeting of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area mayors should be held in Hamilton.

Hamilton Chamber of Commerce announces Ancaster Community Awards nominees

In the running for the Royal Bank of Canada Ancaster Citizen of the Year are Al Gordon, Chester M. Faulknor and Yulena Wan.

Hamilton politicians approve average tax hike of 2.7 per cent

Hamilton councillors made quick work of the 2015 budget process approving over a $1 million in enhancements in just over a half hour March 26 for a preliminary average tax increase of 2.7 per cent.

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Marcel Dionne at Pub Fiction Gas Bar and Grill in Ancaster to sign copies of Team Canada 1972

Proceeds from the sales of the book will go to the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Hamilton’s $100k club keeps growing

By Kevin Werner, News Staff The number of city of Hamilton employees earning $100,000 and over is accelerating towards the 1,000 level. Municipal employees – which include fire, police, and paramedics – totaled 973 in 2014, an increase of 125 people from 2013, according to the Public Sector Disclosure Act for 2014, more commonly known [...]