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Romeo & Juliet
Young area dancers recently auditioned at the Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts on Park Street in Dundas.
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Poster vies for national honours
The Royal Canadian Legion recognized the 2014 provincial champion of its colour poster contest at the Honours and Awards Banquet at the Legion Hall in Dundas on March 8.

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Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - 12:12:44 PM
Dundas wins Allan Cup in overtime "congratulations to the Dundas Real McCoys; Donnie Robertson brought the AC tourney here, and the team made sure the Allan Cup stays here! It was great to be right at the game and see a great moment in Dundas history being realized! Craig, I finally"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 7:07:05 PM
Veterans’ tombstones dumped at Hamilton city cemetery "[...] up its mess Last week Hamilton Community News reporter Richard Leitner broke the story of how the shattered grave markers of several veterans were found dumped over the side of a bluff at the city-owned Woodland [...]"
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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:07 AM
Is registration the right answer? "[...] April, 16, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM LETTER: Lobbyist registry ensures accountability, transparency re: Is registration the right answer? (Editorial, April 10) After reading your editorial, I reflected back 10 years ago when the present voluntary lob"
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Toss your water bottles and turn on the tap
Ditch plastic bottles and turn on the tap for Canada’s fifth Bottled Water Free Day.
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Enriching lives brings its special kind of warmth
As I write, the temperature has soared all the way up to five degrees, but the forecast says it’ll be back down to minus eight by the time you read this.
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News gets around
Members of Marshall Memorial United Church took their favourite community newspaper to the Dominican Republic to help build homes for the Samaritan Foundation. Church members have travelled to the Dominican for seven years and have donated and completed 11 homes.
Tegu time
Chase Devers, 6, gets up close and personal with a black and white tegu lizard during Safari Science’s interactive animal show meet and greet at Eastgate Square on Tuesday.
Coldest February of last 35 years for Hamilton
The mean temperature for the month was -9.4 C, about 4.2 degrees below the norm.
Time to 'spring forward'
Good time to change batteries in your smoke detectors
LETTER: City’s bike share plan seems to be on shaky path
To date, Social Bicycles’ business plan has not been made public, but it should.
Photo by Laura Lennie
Nominations now open for chamber's Community Awards
The Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce is looking for extraordinary citizens to honour at its 47th annual Community Awards on May 22 at Winona Vine Estates.
Flapjack attack
Senior kindergarten student Lily Farago enjoys a second helping of pancakes at St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Elementary School in honour of Shrove Tuesday.
Kidney Foundation needs help on March 22
Promoting kidney disease awareness while collecting donations.
Bereavement camp ready for second year
Camp Erin Hamilton is free for children and teens ages 6 to 17
THE SKY THIS MONTH: Good chances to see northern lights this spring
“Cosmic Doom” to be discussed at monthly meeting
Library celebrates 100 years of collecting and preserving Hamilton’s history
Since 1914, Hamilton Public Library has been collecting and preserving scrapbooks, clipping files, archives, rare books, periodicals, historical memorabilia and pamphlets
Hamilton pilot project accepts bulky, hard plastic items for recycling
Normally such material heads straight to the landfill.
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A sign of the changing times
The Carnegie Gallery has received an attractive overhead outdoor sign courtesy of the Knowles Bequest Fund.
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Winter Wonderland
St. Bernadette School students, back row from left, Julius Aquino and Sebastien Haazer, along with Owen and Adam Cheers, middle row, and Natalia Fatheringham, Zorianna Clarke, Mila Paithouski and Tristan Cain show their enthusiasm for winter activities during the fifth Walking in a Winter Wonderland Walk-a-thon.
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