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Seniors information kiosks coming the Dundas Library and the community centre
Touch-screen information kiosks for seniors will soon be located in the Dundas Library and Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre.
Canadian Blood Sevices hopes you'll bring a friend to help replenish supply
Canadian Blood Services is asking all eligible Canadians to donate blood this fall and to bring a friend to their next appointment.

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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:51 PM
McHattie says mayoral race is between him and Eisenberger "This all coming from a person that has waited until now to "visit" Hamilton, or should I say, the parts of Hamilton that did not seem to matter to him until now? As for the Fred/Larry connection it seems a bit late to be stating the obvious.But I wil"
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Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:03 PM
Clark says McHattie has ‘conflict of interest’ to be Hamilton’s mayor "All the smart people will vote for Brad Clark, as he is the only one who wants to lower property taxes, instead of raising them like Fred and Brian want to do, to fund their pipe-dreams like LRT. We need to improve what we have first, before spending"
Comment by MAW
Sunday, October, 26, 2014 - 1:01:36 PM
Editorial: Hamilton's People's Platform amounts to input by the few "Obviously not many people were consulted above the escarpment. Not surprised Politicians are telling them what they want to hear."
Comment by MAW
Meet Hamilton's mayoralty candidates in Dundas on Oct. 7
A Hamilton Mayoral Candidates Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. at Dundas Baptist Church, 201 Governor’s Rd., Dundas.
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Yellow Dog groomer Taryn Beattie picks up Groom Expo award in Pennsylvania
Taryn Beattie, pictured with Yellow Dog Grooming regular Josie, a miniature poodle, won second place in the Rescue Round Up grooming competition at Groom Expo in Hersey, Penn.
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TERRA Greenhouses presents Purple Pepper awards
TERRA Greenhouses recently presented its Purple Pepper Awards for Best Edible Gardens.
Photo by Laura Lennie
St. Matthew Catholic Elementary School earns prestigious environmental certification
St. Matthew Catholic Elementary School is leading by example when it comes to sustainability.
Photo by Laura Lennie
Fun at Battlefield Applefest
Battlefield House Museum and Park held its annual Apple Festival celebrating the fall harvest last Saturday.
Photo by Mark Newman
Hamilton seniors take a walk
It’s a chance for Hamilton seniors to get a little exercise and check out some the city’s outdoor trails.
Get your will made and help a charity in October
Free Wills Month will visit Guelph, Hamilton, London, Sudbury and Windsor in the hope of raising about half a million dollars of future income for the charities.
Mohawk College women hold court in Peterborough
The Mohawk College women's basketball squad returned home from Peterborough following three straight wins.
Photo by Gord Bowes
Hamilton Quilters Guild has 200 pieces of work on display this weekend
Two years in the making; show at Ancaster Fairgrounds
THE SKY THIS MONTH: Two eclipses during October
On Thanksgiving, we can be thankful for seeing a lunar and a partial solar eclipse during October.
Meet the Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough and Stoney Creek HWDSB candidates
The Hamilton-Wentworth Council of Home and School Associations, an organization overseeing its member home and schools within the HWDSB, is hosting a series of six schooltrustee candidate meetings city-wide from Oct. 2-16.
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Dundas community helps create EcoPark at former Veldhuis site
Zachary Swackhammer pitches in to help create paradise during the TD Community Tree Planting Fest at the Desjardins Canal on Saturday.
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Making a difference with a smile
Tim Hortons employees Cherie Popovich, left, Maddy Brown and Sam Gooch show off some of the tasty Smile Cookies that were available last week
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Saving the Hermitage one brick at a time
Hamilton councillors have agreed to spend about $200,000 to help restore the Hermitage ruins.
Horizon Utilities injects $1.3 million to renew Hamilton’s Westdale area
Hamilton’s Westdale neighbourhood will benefit from a $1.3 million investment as Horizon Utilities continues to modernize its electricity system and infrastructure.
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