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Hamilton Toy Museum sneak preview Saturday
The museum offers a walk down memory lane, with vintage toys dating from back to the 1940s and earlier
Town of Dundas: July 28 is the167th anniversary of incorporation
A brief history of the long struggle for the incorporation of Dundas.

Should the city do more to curb bad behaviour downtown?

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Sunday, July, 20, 2014 - 1:01:54 PM
Hamilton parks boss: Have to balance scenic view and erosion control at lookout points "Looks to me there are more than a few mature trees blocking the view. There are many more locations where you can get an unobstructed view of the lower city, with free parking. Clearing away the vegetation may help, as long as no erosion takes place."
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Tuesday, July, 15, 2014 - 7:07:11 PM
Senior of the Year just keeps going "Congratulations, Pat! Well done and well deserved! An inspiration to all of us - at any age!"
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Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 2:02:37 PM
Stoney Creek parkette awaits grand opening "Let's call it the "Rotary Club's Billy Green parkette". Billy Green building south across the street on land once owned by Adam Green his father. Billy Green salad served at the Powerhouse to the north, and next to Augusta Jones parkette"
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Ancaster Ministerial Association represents several different traditions within the Christian faith
The Ancaster Ministerial Association is a vibrant group that has existed for decades and has played an active role in the community.
Assembling skills at Mohawk College's STARRT Institute
Katherine Benoska builds a battery operated Kidder Car during Skills Canada-Ontario’s Skills Work Camp last Thursday at the Mohawk College STARRT Institute.
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Ancaster's Wilson Street Farmers Market gets reprieve from City of Hamilton
Ancaster residents could have two farmers markets along Wilson Street.
AbleLiving Services looking for volunteers
Day and evening hours are available at AbleLiving’s two Mountain sites
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The News gets around
Lawrence Yanover took his favourite community newspaper to Nunavut.
Ancaster's Griffin House marks Emancipation Day
Griffin House will mark Emancipation Day by opening its doors to the public for free public tours and a preview of its new exhibition on African Canadian heritage in the region.
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News gets around
Tanner and Tessa Gaudun took their favourite community newspaper on a family vacation to Kenya.
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Theatre Ancaster founding directors team for Jesus Christ Superstar
Ralf Hakenberg, Al Croxall and Gord Conroy are teaming up this fall for Jesus Christ Superstar, Theatre Ancaster’s Broadway blockbuster musical.
Debra Downey photo
Ancaster Food Drive mainstay Frank Ernest receives City of Hamilton Senior Award
Award-winner readily admits the promise of a tasty treat and a couple of leisure hours with pay was the lure for one of his first volunteer acts.
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First Choice Martial Arts students in Hamilton and Ancaster earn black belts
The First Choice Martial Arts students were challenged both physically and mentally through a series of exams.
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Ancaster Discovery Gardens sprout up at new location
Whimsical collaborative community garden is settling into its new digs on Wilson Street West near the fairgrounds.
Debra Downey photo
Ancaster’s Bloody Assize: Sylvia and Don Weaver proud of War of 1812 ancestor
Through the lives, births and deaths of seven generations of the Stevens family, nary a word was spoken. The family’s lips were tightly sealed; their “big dark secret” deeply buried.
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News gets around
Filippa and Husam Bataineh took their favourite community newspaper along during a seven-day cruise on the Luxury Bahia Principe Runaway Bay Jamaica.
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Martha’s Trouble performs at Coach and Lantern in Ancaster
Musicians Jen and Rob Slocumb, who have been known as the pop band Martha’s Trouble for the past 18 years, have decided it’s time for a change.
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Winona Peach Queen captured by Immaculate Heart of Mary's Alessandra Mariella
Cardinal Newman student humbled by her win.
Photo by Laura Lennie
Sights and sounds of Regency Family Picnic
The Stoney Creek Canada Flag Day Festival committee, in partnership with the Battlefield House Museum and Park bicentennial committee, held its third annual Regency Family Picnic last Sunday at Battlefield Park.
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