St. Mary Robotics Team

The MakeShift Robotics team from St. Mary Catholic Secondary School will compete in the FIRST world championships in St. Louis in May.

St. Mary Secondary robotics team strikes gold twice in New York State

Forty students from St. Mary Catholic Secondary School recently ventured across the border to Rochester, New York. They didn’t pack...

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Beasley singers

A group of children from Richard Beasley elementary school sang O Canada in the school gym April 9. Their voices will be part of a national recording that should be available by Christmas.

Hamilton Mountain students celebrate flag in song

Youngsters at Richard Beasley elementary school are among some 30,000 school children from across the country who are voicing a new...

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Money for Mohawk

Minister of State (Science and Technology) Ed Holder (right) chats with first year mechanical engineering technology student Jason Podger at the Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre at Mohawk College. The federal government last week announced $40 million worth of research and development grants for colleges across Canada, including $2.3 million for Mohawk.

High tech cash for Mohawk College

The cutting-edge 3D lab at Mohawk College is getting some federal funds to help local companies make better products.

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Former Dundas Town Hall

The community of Dundas is getting reading to honour its outstanding residents.

Outstanding volunteers honoured at Dundas Community Awards banquet

The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for the 2014 Dundas Community Awards. In the running for the Royal Bank...

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Dundas Real McCoys

McCoys defence of 2014 Allan Cup national title ends with 2-1 quarterfiinal loss to host Clarenville Caribous.

Dundas Real McCoys eliminated from Allan Cup by hometown 'Bous

Clarenville gets revenge for last year's final

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Hearts of Steel

Fieldcote Memorial Park and Museum volunteer Mike Wells, left, dips his wife, Maureen Wells, museum clerk/rental attendant participate at Fieldcote, during filming of “Hearts of Steel: A Great Love Story”.

Hamilton competes in international Museum Dance Off 2 Electric Boogaloo

Hamilton’s Civic Museums sometimes staid and sober staff are showing off their wild sides in a video they hope will land the city at...

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Beaver damage

Beavers are known to cause tree damage at conservation areas such as Fifty Point, which is shown in this 2014 file photo.

Hamilton Conservation Authority creates new protocol to let Fifty Point beavers be

A new protocol for dealing with wildlife conflicts at local conservation areas will leave beavers at Fifty Point alone unless they wreak...

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Dundas Valley Secondary School Highland Campus

Renovations will continue at the former Highland Secondary School when the City of Hamilton presents its Closure Impact Study of Parkside Secondary.

Parkside school closure impact study expected this summer

City review first of its kind in Hamilton

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The Caledonia Corvairs defeated the Leamington Flyers 2-1 Friday to win the GOJHL series 4-1....



Mac’s studio art grads launch final show

McMaster University’s art school graduates are showing off their best student work for one final...


News From Beyond Hamilton and area


Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dies at 48

Canadian actor Jonathan Crombie dies of brain hemorrhage at age 48



High school teachers in Durham go on strike

Durham school board preparing for potential teacher strike



NDP introduces motion to reverse Coast Guard cuts

B.C. First Nation wants 'priority' role in oil spill response regime



Saskatchewan premier says prayer will stay

Brad Wall says prayer will remain a part of Saskatchewan legislature sittings



Remains of WWII Canadian soldier identified

Second World War Canadian soldier's remains identified in the Netherlands



New England Aquarium offering penguins 'honeymoon suites'

50 shades of penguin? New England Aquarium enticing nearly extinct African species to mate



Islamic State blamed for Afghan suicide bombing killing 35

Afghan suicide bombing purportedly claimed by the Islamic State group kills at least 35 people



Brighton water supply shut off due to leak

Leak in municipal water supply triggers state of emergency in Brighton



National security to be key budget theme

Federal budget to bolster security, anti-terrorism programs, sources say



Royal Navy members face sex assault charges

NewsAlert:Four members of Royal Navy face sexual assault charges in Canada



Federal budget to balance one year early: PBO

Ottawa on track to balance books one year ahead of schedule: budget watchdog


In Your Neighbourhood Today

Should the city review ward boundaries in order to accurately represent the population?
A St. Mary's High School student is facing suspension for videos he made which Catholic educators say harm the "moral tone" of the school. The student and his mother disagree. Who do you think is right?

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