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Community gardening
Kaelyn Kerr, left, Jill Bienenstock and Kolten Kerr care for their play space by removing invasive weeds and planting vegetables, fruit and herbs.
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Great day to be patriotic
Canada Day is the one time of year when we as Canadians can be unabashedly patriotic.
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 7:07:41 PM
Nora Frances Henderson to be honoured as this year’s Greatest Hamiltonian "This is great BUT they took her name off the Nora Francis Henderson Hospital because someone had more money to spend. The same thing happened to Victor K. Copps Coliseum."
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:04 PM
LETTER: Pro-life group wrong to target business frequented by families "Well said, and I couldn't agree more. A couple weeks ago this group was set up at the on and off ramps to the Linc at Upper Wentworth. They were also too cowardly to sit in front of their signs, with their faces showing. I cannot see the point of thi"
Comment by Kerri
Friday, July, 25, 2014 - 12:12:22 PM
Ancaster women cut their hair to make wigs for cancer patients "Thank you Ancaster News for coming out to cover our special event. We appreciate the support and encouragement from our community and it made the day event more exciting."
Comment by Marie Phillips
Visit to the transfer station in Dundas always a pleasure
I’ve had the “pleasure” of going to the Dundas Transfer Station three times in the past few weeks.
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News gets around
Rick and Maureen Spencer took their favourite community newspaper along on an African safari in Kenya and Tanzania.
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Hitting the campaign trail
The campaign trail in Dundas is becoming crowded after Dundas councillor Russ Powers announced June 26 that he would not seek re-election.
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Order of Canada recipients
Two local women were named to the Order of Canada on Monday by Governor General David Johnston.
Photo by Laura Lennie
Stoney Creek volunteer earns city award for contributions on, off ice
George Wallace was among 60 nominees who attended the city’s 19th annual Senior of the Year Awards gala at the Michelangelo Events and Conference Centre last Tuesday.
Photo by Laura Lennie
Hamilton celebrates Canada Day
Hamilton residents are invited to watch the fireworks and join in a full evening of activities on Tuesday at Bayfront and Pier 4 Parks from 6-11 p.m.
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THE SKY THIS MONTH: Summer program offers lessons on the sun
If the rings of Saturn blew you away when you first looked though a telescope, just wait until you see the Sun.
Photo by Kevin Werner
Spray pad under repair
Hamilton officials are scrambling to repair Ancasterís spray pad after it blew a three-inch line and flooded the area twice over the last few days.
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Gage Park welcomes new festival celebrating Hamilton’s diversity
“Why not Hamilton?” says Filimone Mabjaia with a smile.
Brassie, Oakrun earn accolades
The Brassie Pub and Oakrun Farm Bakery in Ancaster have been recognized by the city for their significant contributions to the local business community.
Booth Furniture and Amica earn accolades
Booth Furniture and Amica Retirement Home in Dundas have been recognized by the city for their significant contributions to the local business community. The cityís Business Appreciation Awards were handed last week at city hall.
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Relay for Life raises $95,000 and counting
Thirty-eight teams of 385 people raised more than $95,000 — and they had a great time doing it.
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Stellar line-up ready to rock the stages for Festival of Friends
Rock ’n’ roll pioneer Ronnie Hawkins will be among the headliners when the 39th TD Festival of Friends rocks the Ancaster Fairgrounds Aug. 8-10.
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Passionate love for Niagara Escarpment earns conservation award
Ken Hall has claimed one of Conservation Halton’s top awards for 2013.
Photo courtesy Grant Martin Photography.
A golden moment
John Robertson, 17, picked up the challenge issued by His Royal Highness Prince Philip and passed with flying colours.
Four Ancaster seniors earn community accolades
Four seniors from Ancaster were among those honoured Tuesday night at the City of Hamilton’s sold-out 19th Senior of the Year Awards gala.
 
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