A crowd of people, many of Dutch heritage, has gathered at the University...
Buffalo Sabres hire former Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma
Those getting into the Pan Am Games spirit can now do so musically.
Student organizers from Ancaster High School and Bishop Tonnos Catholic...
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Students recently participated in the third Sports-a-thon organized by the...
Artist rendering shows LRT cars in downtown Hamilton.
Hamilton’s light-rail transit dreams are full-steam ahead.
A new farmers market has begun in Winona
A new farmers market promises to satisfy your cravings for locally-produced food.
The Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek takes place next weekend at Battlefield Park.
The Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek blasts into town next weekend.
Grade 4 student Katrina Antolin releases some stress through yoga meditation during St. Francis Xavier Catholic Elementary School’s mental wellness fair on May 21.
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Elementary School is doing its part to bring awareness to mental health and well-being.
Ontario Community Newspapers Association President Dave Adsett poses with Hamilton Community News’ Gordon Cameron, left, Craig Campbell and the group’s five first, second and third place awards at the association’s better newspapers competition gala. All told, Hamilton Community News earned 18 provincial, national and international awards for 2014.
It was a big night for Hamilton Community News last Friday, as the team behind the Ancaster News, Dundas Star News, Mountain News and Stoney...
Hamilton firefighters work to extinguish an industrial fire on Arvin Avenue in Stoney Creek on May 20.
Nine units extinguish fire on industrial property
Chad Cieslik’s passion for helping others knows no bounds. The 66-year-old local resident has committed time to a number of causes and efforts in the community and beyond. He’s been named Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Citizen of the Year.
Chad Cieslik’s passion for helping others knows no limits.
Bishop Ryan Celtics’ Chandra Davidson, left, gets tangled up with St. Mary Crusaders’ Mia Palango in a battle for the ball during Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic Athletic Association senior girls soccer championship second-half action on May 14 at St. Mary Catholic Secondary School. Bishop Ryan went on to win 2-1.
The Bishop Ryan Celtics captured the Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic Athletic Association senior girls soccer crown last week.
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