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Friday, September, 26, 2014 - 8:08:50 PM
88 jobs lost as east Mountain grocery store closes "Doesn't surprise me considering for the last 5 years, there are only 1 or 2 cashiers with 20 people lined up. I stopped shopping here for that reason."
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Monday, September, 22, 2014 - 6:06:34 PM
John Iachelli challenges incumbent Lloyd Ferguson for Ancaster council seat "Wow. The article does not state that the value of his home doubled. It just says the property tax almost doubled. It is always wise to thoroughly read and understand an article before commenting. That does not instil confidence either."
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Friday, September, 12, 2014 - 10:10:39 PM
John Iachelli challenges incumbent Lloyd Ferguson for Ancaster council seat "This guy apparently doesn't understand that when the value of your home doubles so do your property taxes. Doesn't really instill confidence."
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Seniors information kiosks coming the Dundas Library and the community centre
Touch-screen information kiosks for seniors will soon be located in the Dundas Library and Dundas Lions Memorial Community Centre.
Canadian Blood Sevices hopes you'll bring a friend to help replenish supply
Canadian Blood Services is asking all eligible Canadians to donate blood this fall and to bring a friend to their next appointment.
Meet Hamilton's mayoralty candidates in Dundas on Oct. 7
A Hamilton Mayoral Candidates Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. at Dundas Baptist Church, 201 Governor’s Rd., Dundas.
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Ward 9 candidate Marie Robbins signs vandalized
Ward 9 municipal election candidate Marie Robbins is crying foul after dozens of her campaign signs were vandalized on Sept. 27.
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Trustees say ‘oui’ to French immersion at Sherwood next fall
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board trustees are sticking with plans to introduce French immersion at Sherwood Secondary School next September, but how out-of-catchment students will get there is still up in the air.
Hamilton public board still confident Mountain high school will open in 2016
The Hamilton public school board official who is overseeing construction of the new Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School says he’s still confident it will open by September 2016.
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Fifty Point platform bring birders closer to their prize
Rob Dobos’ spotting scope allows his eye to go where a mere human’s cannot, tracking down birds that can be four or five kilometres off Lake Ontario’s shoreline.
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Ward 11 candidates Brenda Johnson, Vince Rigitano hit the ground running
Incumbent, challenger face off in Oct. 27 vote.
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Students invited to enter Royal Canadian Legion’s Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest
Students have the opportunity to showcase their talents with the Royal Canadian Legion’s Annual Remembrance Day Poster and Literary Contest.
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Ward 10 candidate Luana Yachetti hopes to beef up support for food bank
Ward 10 candidates weigh in on the issue before Oct. 27 election.
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Yellow Dog groomer Taryn Beattie picks up Groom Expo award in Pennsylvania
Taryn Beattie, pictured with Yellow Dog Grooming regular Josie, a miniature poodle, won second place in the Rescue Round Up grooming competition at Groom Expo in Hersey, Penn.
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TERRA Greenhouses presents Purple Pepper awards
TERRA Greenhouses recently presented its Purple Pepper Awards for Best Edible Gardens.
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Hamilton seniors take a walk
It’s a chance for Hamilton seniors to get a little exercise and check out some the city’s outdoor trails.
Stoney Creek's Highway 8 receives three new signalized crosswalks
Drivers along Highway 8 better get ready for more stops along the busy roadway.
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Stoney Creek Santa parade back on for 2015
Organizers plan parade despite uncertainty of King Street construction.
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Food Share hopes to get fresh
Tax credit will benefit farmers who donate fresh products to food banks.
 
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