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Janet Lee Elementary School Grade 6 students Liela Harb, Sirwa Salah, Suhana Siddiqui and Jansmeen Sidhu, left to right, as well as Grade 8 student...
Feb 21, 2017 | Add Comment | Stoney Creek News

Janet Lee Elementary School staff, students, parents clean out closets to assist individuals living with kidney disease

Laura Lennie

Janet Lee Elementary School is doing its part to help people living with kidney disease.

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Pets | Feb 17, 2017

Josephine Lambert, Cecil B. DeMille, return with accolades from Westminster Dog Show

Appearing at Westminster for a remarkable fifth straight time, Josephine Lambert is doggone proud.

Ancaster News | by Mike Pearson
Life | Feb 22, 2017
230 bouquets of flowers

Dundas scout Adam Sharp delivers flowers to Wentworth Lodge

To celebrate Scout-Guide Week, 6th Dundas scout Adam Sharp, 15, delivered 230 bouquets of flowers to seniors at Wentworth...

Dundas Star News
Life | Feb 22, 2017
Ancaster Food Drive

Ancaster Community Food Drive marks 25th year

The drive supports eight agencies in the City of Hamilton and has become a necessary need at a time when shelves are empty,...

Ancaster News
Community | Feb 21, 2017
Family Day fun

Fifty Point Conservation Area, Battlefield House Museum and Park hold Family Day celebrations

Fifty Point Conservation Area, along with Battlefield House Museum and Park, hosted Family Day events on Feb. 20. Fifty...

Stoney Creek News | by Laura Lennie
Education | Feb 20, 2017
Tech open house

Tech open house opens doors for St. Jean de Brebeuf students

It might be described as a “staycation” for students.

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
News | Feb 16, 2017
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‘Stone ginger’ a relic of Hamilton’s pop history

As pop bottles go, it’s decidedly nondescript – light brown, no catchy label or even a hint of the contents within.

Dundas Star News | by Richard Leitner
Columns | Feb 21, 2017

COMMUNITY COLUMNIST: Community comes together on Coldest Night

According to the hundreds of people who get involved with Neighbour to Neighbour’s (N2N) Coldest Night of the Year walk,...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
WhatsOn | Feb 17, 2017

Living Rock presents Soupfest 15 in support of youth-at-risk in Hamilton

Twenty-one local restaurants will be serving up something delicious Feb. 28 at Soupfest 15.

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes

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