With daily cold advisories and a foot of snow on the ground, it’s hard to believe I am extending an invitation to Mission Services 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament with Hamilton Community News.
To date, Social Bicycles’ business plan has not been made public, but it should.
re: Nora’s name could be prominent again; Remembering Hill Park’s first principal, the iconic Ernie Hutton (Feb. 27)
re: Nora’s name could be prominent again (Feb. 27)
I wish to thank Hamilton Community News for the comprehensive two-page spread on rail safety, particularly regarding shipments of crude oil through Hamilton, entitled “What’s coming down the track?” as well as the incisive editorial “Making transport by rail much safer.” (Feb. 20)
Within the last few months, the reconstruction of several major bridges in Ancaster — Wilson and Highway 403, Fiddlers Green and 403, and Southcote and 403 — have gone from being a mild hindrance to being downright intolerable.
I was trying to get out of my driveway on Garner Road on Feb. 2 and I ended up stuck and standing there with a shovel.
There is an old saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now we know differently; when words are used they are just as efficient as a fist or a gun.
I was born on April 18, 1959 at St Joseph’s Hospital and my birth name was Dawn Audrey Wood. My mother’s name was Barbara Crossley Wood. As far as I know my father’s name is Jeffrey Sanders and he was a car mechanic. My mother is now 76, so I should imagine that he will be in his late 70’s early 80’s.
Community stepped forward to give a local family a home for the holidays.