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Fraternity Hispanic Association children’s choir
Members of the Fraternity Hispanic Association children’s choir sing the Anthem of the Americas in this 2015 file photo.
Sep 28, 2016 | Add Comment | Hamilton Mountain News

Hispanic Heritage Week kicks off Oct. 8 at Hamilton City Hall

Gord Bowes

The Fraternity Hispanic Association is inviting the public to help celebrate Hispanic Heritage...

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Hamilton District Christian High students tag and release monarch butterflies

Hamilton District Christian High students spent a recent morning hiking the Royal Botanical Gardens trails and meeting the...

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City Hall | Sep 28, 2016
Expansion talks for Governor's Road Metro store

Metro considering expansion of Dundas Governor's Road grocery store

Proponents meeting with city staff this week

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Terryberry Library

Culture Days events at Hamilton Mountain libraries this weekend

Hamilton Public Library has several Culture Days events planned for Mountain branches. Culture Days is an annual event which...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
Home and Garden | Sep 28, 2016
Mount Hamilton Horticultural Society

GROWING GREEN: Preserving herbs for the winter

Herbs love the heat. Guess that’s why my garden is flush with chives, sage, parsley, basil, rosemary and thyme. It’s been a...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Helen MacPherson
Columns | Sep 28, 2016
Rygiel Supports For Community Living

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: New Rygiel site will be a community hub

In February, Rygiel Supports For Community Living will begin its 50th year of service. In 1967, our provincial association...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Donna Marcaccio
Health Care | Sep 27, 2016

Hamilton Kidney Walk Sunday at Mountain Drive Park

One in 10 Canadians are battling kidney disease. Craig Kerr of Hamilton is one of them. His kidneys weigh 15 pounds each and...

Hamilton Mountain News
News | Sep 27, 2016
Run for Youth

Liberty For Youth founder to run 21 days for at-risk kids

If Frederick Dryden achieves his goal, no at-risk youth will be turned away from the programming that can keep them out of...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
Life | Sep 27, 2016
Re-dedication ceremony

Richard Hatt, Mary Cooley relatives gather for re-dedication in Ancaster

It was a moment many relatives never thought they would experience. On Sept. 24, after a long battle to preserve a pioneer...

Ancaster News | by Kevin Werner

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