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Mayoral candidate McHattie proposes to cut red tape for Hamilton businesses
Hamilton mayoral candidate Brian McHattie is promising to make business owners’ experience with the city’s infamous bureaucratic red tape less entangling.
Police continue to probe west Mountain sexual assaults
Hamilton police are on the lookout for a suspect following two sexual assaults on the west Mountain.

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Friday, August, 15, 2014 - 7:07:49 PM
Hamilton man's lonely vigil continues " the words "get a life" mean anything? Who is he to judge what's right or wrong? "The oath dates back to fifth or fourth century BCE," just goes to show how archaic some (mis)interpretations are to what this oath truly means. Look it up, no "
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Wednesday, August, 13, 2014 - 11:11:08 PM
Hamilton weather comes and goes … on and on "[...] August, 13, 2014 - 5:05:39 PM LETTER: Science wouldn’t mislead public on climate change Re: Weather comes and goes … on and on (Aug. 7) I am not an environmental scientist though I will admit up front that I have a natural bias towards [."
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Wednesday, August, 13, 2014 - 6:06:26 PM
Hamilton weather comes and goes … on and on "Really? Mr.Bowes should learn some basics about weather and the difference between weather patterns and changes as opposed to CLIMATE. Looking back within your lifetime or even a century will not give you enough information regarding climate as it is"
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Witness helps catch armed Dundas pharmacy robber
Hamilton police have charged two people after a botched robbery at Total Health Pharmacy on Main Street West on Aug. 20.
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Ancaster’s Abby Stuart brings home bronze from Canadian fast-pitch championships in British Columbia
Twelve-year-old Abby Stuart added a shiny bronze medal to her trophy collection this summer.
Jenn Veenvliet is duelling in Tim Hortons Dueling Donuts contest
Jenn Veenvliet is hoping to enjoy the sweet taste of victory.
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Children enjoy Dundas Baptist’s vacation Bible school
Treasure Island is the theme.
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Dundas Valley School of Art marks 50th anniversary
The Dundas Valley School of Art is turning 50 this year.
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Hamilton public health closes Bayfront Beach to swimmers
Toxic algae bloom poses health threat
McHattie gets mayoral nod from Hamilton Labour Council
The Hamilton and District Labour Council has endorsed some familiar faces for council in this fall’s municipal election.
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Dundas' Keani Fairbanks plays at Oakland’s College St. Albans
Three 17-year-olds will become the first Canadians to play for the prestigious EDSV academy at Oakland’s College in St. Albans, United Kingdom, next month.
Photo by Mark Newman
Busting the mental health stigma in Hamilton
Angela Jaspan is quick with a smile, not to mention service.
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Ancaster Soccer Club hosts Soccerfest Food Drive Aug. 23
Athletes are asked to bring at least one non-perishable food item for donation
Photo by Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator
Stoney Creek little league manager George Bender remembered as a gentleman coach
Bender managed Stoney Creek's 1965 Little League World Series team, still the only Canadian team to make the final in Williamsport.
New Heritage Green Passive Park and Newalta Trails nearly ready
The new upper Stoney Creek passive park on the former Taro west quarry industrial dump property is expected to be completed next month.
Hamilton staff eyes historic tree cutting at McNiven Road in Ancaster
The city of Hamilton is continuing an investigation of an Ancaster businessman who cut down a number of “heritage” trees days before a tougher woodlot cutting bylaw was approved by politicians.
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Students graduate from Ancaster Community Services babysitting courses
Ancaster has 56 new babysitters thanks to Ancaster Community Services.
Photo by Richard Leitner
Ancaster councillor Lloyd Ferguson delays Hermitage ruins decision to explore fundraising options
A piece of Ancaster’s history has been saved until at least early next year.
Work on West 5th Street begins next week
The work involves road and sidewalk reconstruction and water main replacement of West 5th between Fennell Avenue West and Gateview Drive.
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