John Aikman, manager of Educational Archives and Heritage Centre

John Aikman, manager of Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board's Educational Archives and Heritage Centre.

Educational Archives and Heritage Centre of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board opens its doors this weekend

The Educational Archives and Heritage Centre of the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is inviting the public to see the education...

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Picone Fine Foods marks 100 years

Theresa, Lisa and Sharon Picone carry on the traditions instilled by their grandfather at century old family-run downtown Dundas business.

100 years of Dundas' Picone Fine Food a milestone

Running century-old family business draining and rewarding

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Max's Big Ride

Andrew Sedmihradsky and his son, Max, plan to climb aboard a cargo bike on June 21 to embark on a 600-kilometre journey from Ottawa to Hamilton to raise money and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Max’s Big Ride with Andrew Sedmihradsky and son Max is in the running for Indie88 billboard contest

Readers can help Max’s Big Ride get a huge boost simply by logging on to their computers. Max’s Big Ride has been named a...

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Public high school midget basketball finals

The Sir Allan MacNab boys won their fourth straight midget boys basketball title with a 53-51 victory over Orchard Park. In the other final, the Westmount girls won their third straight, beating MacNab 27-20.

Sir Allan MacNab Lions win fourth midget boys basketball title in a row

The MacNab boys made it four in a row and the Westmount girls won their third straight in the public high school midget basketball finals...

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Dundas Community Awards

Thie Convery, the 2014 RBC Royal Bank Dundas Citizen of the year, with co-winners of the Dundas Valley Collision Dundas Youth Volunteer of the Year Anisha Rao (left) and Catharine Bowman.

Youth set tone for 2014 Dundas Community Awards

Commitment, Passion, Values don't happen by accident

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Eastmount Park School

Trustees are expected to formally approve selling Eastmount Park School in June.

Push on to save Eastmount Park School as community hub

The for-sale signs aren’t yet officially up for Eastmount Park School, but one Mountain trustee is already calling on the city to buy it.

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Brenda Johnson

Ward 11 councillor Brenda Johnson

Stoney Creek councillors cleared by integrity commissioner in misconduct investigation

Hamilton’s outgoing integrity commissioner, Earl Basse, cleared Stoney Creek councillors Maria Pearson and Brenda Johnson for...

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Hamilton Bengals Jr. B

Hamilton Bengals edged 8-7 in Windsor

Hamilton Bengals edged 8-7 in Windsor

The Windsor Clippers came out on top 8-7 over the Hamilton Bengals Saturday in their home opener at the Forest Glade Arena.

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Events in Hamilton and area

Spring Sundays!

Sun May 3 | 12:30 PM

Hamilton Kirtan & sat sang

Sun May 3 | 2:30 PM

Michele Tredger in Concert

Sun May 3 | 7:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Sun May 3 | 8:00 PM

Alcoholics Anonymous -...

Mon May 4 | 2:00 PM

Apprenticeship Information...

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