Coldest Night of the Year
Neighbour to Neighbour Centre volunteer Robin Jones (left), community food centre campaign director Angelina Londono and director of development Mary...
Feb 11, 2016 | Add Comment | Hamilton Mountain News

Coldest Night walkers for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre

Mark Newman

There’s bound to be a bite in the air when a few hundred people set out on a walk along Concession...

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Community | Feb 11, 2016
Training for swim

Hamilton marathon swimmer Marilyn Korzekwa eyes New Zealand’s Cook Strait

Hamilton psychiatrist Marilyn Korzekwa, 58, is training to become the first Canadian to swim the Cook Strait. The body of...

Ancaster News
News | Feb 10, 2016
CO detectors

Insurance Bureau of Canada provides 150 carbon monoxide detectors for Hamilton residents

One hundred and fifty Hamilton households will soon receive new carbon monoxide detectors thanks to the Insurance Bureau of...

Stoney Creek News | by Mike Pearson
Columns | Feb 03, 2016
Lori Raudnask

COLUMN: Nine reasons to attend Orchard Park Secondary School's 50th anniversary celebrations

It seems like just yesterday that I was heading into Grade 9 with mixed apprehension and enthusiasm. I can’t believe that was...

Stoney Creek News | by Lori Raudnask
Education | Feb 08, 2016
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

Hamilton Mountain school a step closer to Snoezelen room

The space has been set aside and there is a final design. But there’s still a long way to go before the Snoezelen room is...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Gord Bowes
Ontario | Feb 04, 2016
Burlington Liberal MPP Eleanor McMahon at McMaster University

Ontario Liberals propose legislation to make it safer for women on campuses

Giuliana Guarna, says she feels personally safe on McMaster University’s campus.

Stoney Creek News | by Kevin Werner
Community | Feb 05, 2016
Reconnaissance Mission

Dundas' Yorkview School students host Explorer's Fair

Under the direction of teacher Barbara VanDyk, Grade 5 students at Yorkview School researched, portrayed and created...

Dundas Star News | by Debra Downey
News | Feb 04, 2016
Ancaster Memorial Arts Centre

Ancaster Society for Performing Arts launches naming program for Memorial Arts Centre

You can have your name up in lights. Or at the very least, on the side of a wall, or above an entrance way. The Ancaster...

Ancaster News | by Kevin Werner
Education | Feb 04, 2016
Understanding your child's brain

Hyper brain may explain child’s bad test score

Rob Stringer says there’s a good reason why your child can study and be thoroughly prepared for a test, only to draw a blank...

Hamilton Mountain News | by Richard Leitner

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