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Stoney Creek dancers Nicole Farrugia, Zofia Kasprzyk, Emily Grady off to CNE stage
Rythum Plus Dance Company members will be competing in the CNE’s 28th annual Rising Star Talent Competition Aug. 15 to Aug. 29 and Aug. 31 at Exhibition Place.
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A big part of Hamilton Hockey history
Since the organization was founded in 1971, several hundred players from the Hamilton Huskies organization have gone on to play hockey at the junior, college or professional level.

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Friday, September, 12, 2014 - 10:10:39 PM
John Iachelli challenges incumbent Lloyd Ferguson for Ancaster council seat "This guy apparently doesn't understand that when the value of your home doubles so do your property taxes. Doesn't really instill confidence."
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Thursday, September, 11, 2014 - 4:04:40 PM
Grade 6 students ‘just fine on basic math,’ Sandals insists "Minister Sandals' contempt for evidence based research in the classroom is astounding. How stupid does she think taxpayers are that we are to believe IPads in the hands of 9 year olds will help them with their multiplication tables? And equally ins"
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Wednesday, September, 03, 2014 - 1:01:46 PM
Danko wants to fix ‘severely flawed’ school ARCs "She's right in saying the process is severely flawed. It is. But I do not trust that when push comes to shove, she will do what's best for the ward. I fear she will simply circle her wagons around Queensdale and protect it at all costs. Letting wh"
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Dundas girls squirt softball team wraps up season in St. George
The Dundas girls squirt softball team finished their season with a tough 7-6 loss.
Two-day tour looks at accessibility in Hamilton
PATH Employment Services, along with representatives from Able Living, Sunshine Abilities, McMaster University, Redeemer University College, and some local volunteers, embarked on the third annual accessibility tour of Hamilton on On Aug. 5 and 6.
Mary Whittaker photo
Dundas Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund provides place of refuge at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 Poppy Fund is making a difference in the lives of families whose loved ones are undergoing treatment at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.
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News gets around
Liliana Cassidy, left, Judy Woodworth, Ron Woodworth and Fred Cassidy took their favourite community newspaper to France for the 70th anniversary of D-Day. The photo was taken at the celebration on June 6 at Juno Beach.
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Westfield Heritage Village performs Minnie Traill published in 1871
In 2003, a rare and unusual little volume called Minnie Traill or, The Woman of Wentworth was donated to the collection at Westfield Heritage Village.
East Hamilton Decoration Day Memorial Service Aug. 24
59th annual event marking the sacrifice of Canadian Militia members killed during the Battle of Ridgeway during the Fenian Raids
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CFL commissioner Mark Cohon, TSN coming to Stoney Creek
Commissioner, TV network on hand to promote safe contact principles
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Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day benefits Children's Miracle Network
MacKid Kianna Gangoo gets ready to enjoy a Dairy Queen treat during last year’s DQ Miracle Treat Day.
Tegan Hammond enjoys hot summer fun at Dundas Driving Park
Beating the heat on a hot summer day with a refreshing drip.
Allyson Wenzowski photo
Support Hamilton Conservation Foundation's EcoPark campaign at Dundas Cactus Festival
The Hamilton Conservation Foundation and Sorensen Greenhouses of California will help put the “cactus” back into the Cactus Festival by providing the opportunity for baby cacti to once again acquire good homes.
Debra Downey photo
Ancaster’s Melanson family grows endangered Monarch butterflies
Seventy Monarch butterflies are fluttering this summer thanks to the tender, loving care of the Melanson family.
Ronnie Hawkins plays Ancaster's Festival of Friends
It was 1958 and music was undergoing a seismic change that is still being felt to this day.
Debra Downey photo
Public art planned for Ancaster walkway near Fieldcote
The city of Hamilton will be putting the finishing touches on Ancaster’s year-old walkway that has proved popular with residents as it connects Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum to the area’s rail trails.
Graphic by Lindsay Rennie
OPEN AND SHUT: Hamilton school boards face challenges meeting needs of changing city
Up to 15 new elementary schools — nine public and six Catholic — may have to be built in Ancaster, Binbrook-Upper Stoney Creek, Waterdown and Winona over the next 15 years
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