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Editorial cartoon for Monday, May 25, 2015.
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Justine Calcagno, a Grade 8 student at Dundas' St. Augustine School, is in her second year playing Vibraphone in St. Mary Catholic Secondary School's Drumline.
Group earns fourth provincial title in four years
The historic 1984 Dundas United Soccer Club team epitomized the club’s dominance of the 1980s, which earned the club a spot in the Hamilton Soccer Hall of Fame last week. In 1984, Dundas United winning a provincial championship, central Canada title, and advancing all the way to the national amateur soccer final game – among a long list of other achievements. The team featured (Back Row, left to right) Tom Rattray, Albert Unwin, Gerry Shaw, Dave Thompson, Jim McArthur, John King, Stu Sutherland,
Dominant Dundas team honoured last week as Club of Distinction
Ian Thomas performs a song he wrote with his brother Dave, who was in attendance, called Six Teams at the ceremony honouring his donation of items to the archive at McMaster University. |
The awards will be handed out on Sunday, May 24 at 6 p.m., at the Dofasco Centre for the Arts. The ceremony will be broadcast on CHCH at 8...
Beverly Tire buys nearby service station
Plaza location could expand on new site
Mayor urges Hamilton public schools to belly up on food recycling
The Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board will explore how it can get schools to stop throwing food in the garbage and possibly join the...
Dundas' Grightmire Arena design goes public this summer
City to hold community meeting with new plan
Michael Kehinde of Ancaster High won the senior boys high jump and 110m hurdles at the 2015 HWIAC Track Meet, May 14, Mohawk Sports Park
2015 HWIAC Track Meet, May 14, Mohawk Sports Park
Andrew Sedmihradsky and his son, Max, will climb aboard a cargo bike on June 21 to travel 600 kilometres to raise money and awareness of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Max’s Big Ride has claimed the top prize in the Win a Billboard contest.
Three giant billboards now hang in downtown Toronto and...
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