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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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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STM-ACMT soccer

Pascale Deschatelets of ACMT (8) tries to get the ball from STM’s Naomi Chris-Ike during the first half of their Hamilton Catholic high school senior girls soccer game Thursday. Chris-Ike had two goals in the Knights’ 5-0 win.

Lady Knights down Jaguars 5-0 in senior girls soccer

Naomi Chris-Ike had two goals to lead St. Thomas More Knights to a 5-0 win over ACMT Thursday in Hamilton Catholic high school senior girls...

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Matt Fennell CCAA action

Mohawk’s Matt Fennell top Ontario college athlete

Mohawk’s Matt Fennell top Ontario college athlete

Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) named Mohawk College men's basketball star Matt Fennell its 2014-15 OCAA male athlete of the...

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Mud-Pritchard traffic island

A traffic island is being installed at the intersection of Mud and Pritchard that will allow eastbound traffic on Mud Street to turn south on Pritchard without stopping.

Traffic island for Mud-Pritchard intersection

The intersection of Mud and Pritchard will look a lot different this summer. A traffic island is being installed that will allow eastbound...

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Eastmount Park elementary school

Public meeting to discuss sale of Eastmount Park school

Public meeting to discuss sale of Eastmount Park school

he Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is taking the first formal step toward selling Eastmount Park Elementary School by holding a...

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A decade-long sellers’ market in the Hamilton-Burlington region will continue through 2015, predicts the local real estate board

Real estate sales up on Hamilton Mountain

The real estate market in Hamilton is doing well — and the Mountain is doing a bit better than the average. According to MLS sales...

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Huskies drafted by OHL

Brandon Scanlin (left), Hayden Davis, Nick Durajlija and Isaac Nurse of the Hamilton Huskies minor midget AAA squad were picked in the Ontario Hockey League draft last Saturday.

Five Huskies taken in OHL draft

It was a Saturday morning Hayden Davis will never forget.

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EVENTS In Hamilton and area

Spring Sundays!

Sun Apr 19 | 12:30 PM

Alcoholics Anonymous - Waterdown

Sun Apr 19 | 8:00 PM

Probus Meeting

Mon Apr 20 | 10:00 AM

Epilepsy Support Group

Mon Apr 20 | 7:00 PM


Mon Apr 20 | 8:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Tue Apr 21 | 9:00 AM


Tue Apr 21 | 12:00 PM

Carmen’s Dinner Theatre – The...

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