Canada Post super Mailbox 2

Home mail delivery to about 36,000 homes on Hamilton Mountain and in upper Stoney Creek is being cancelled. Super mailboxes such as this are being installed and will be in use in the spring, says Canada Post.

Canada Post moving ahead despite proposed Hamilton bylaw

The switch to super mailboxes is now weeks rather than months away for residents of the upper city.

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Armenian genocide memorial

The Very Reverend Hayrig Hovenessian, left, from St. Mary Armenian Church, recites a prayer at the official commemoration ceremony for the Armenian Genocide centennial on April 18. At right, Haig Seferian holds a jar of soil from historical Armenia, which was later spread upon the site where a commemorative monument will be placed, later this year at the Armenian Community Centre at 191 Barton St. in Stoney Creek.

Hamilton remembers the Armenian genocide of 1915

Armenians around the world are marking a solemn occasion this month as they commemorate what’s considered by many as the first genocide of...

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Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association

The Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association's 2014-15 season was one for the record books.

Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association enjoys record year

Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association representatives say they couldn’t be more pleased about the organization’s run on the ice this season.

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New seniors' complex construction on horizon

Construction of the new seniors’ complex on the old Stoney Creek Dairy property is expected to begin soon. The $17-million facility slated for the 1.03-hectare site at 135-137 King St. E. and 42 Passmore St. will feature a five-storey, 140-suite retirement home offering varying levels of care and one commercial unit facing King Street East. It also will include eight townhouse units fronting Dawson Street.

Construction of new seniors’ complex on old Stoney Creek Dairy property to begin shortly

BayBridge Senior Living representatives say construction of their new seniors’ complex on the old Stoney Creek Dairy property is expected to...

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City Hall

Ontario Energy Minister, Hamilton Mayor promote HUC merger as beneficial to customers

Ontario Energy Minister, Hamilton Mayor promote HUC merger as beneficial to customers

Ontario’s electricity rates will continue to rise, but proposed mergers involving utilities such as Hamilton’s Horizon Utilities Corporation...

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King Street

A full reconstruction of King Street in Stoney Creek is now underway.

Silken Laumann

Silken Laumann will speak at a mental health morning, hosted by St. Joseph's Healthcare, on May 6.

Celebrating Silken Laumann's 'leg-acy'

Silken Laumann overcame a horrific accident to win three Olympic medals by the time she retired from rowing in 1999. Years later, while...

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Andre Marin

Ontario Ombud Andre Marin said the City of Waterloo was breaking the law by holding secret budget meetings.

Ontario’s ombudsman admonishes Hamilton politicians, while also clearing them

Ontario’s ombudsman has rapped the knuckles of Hamilton council again, even though he cleared the city of violating the Municipal Act for...

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A St. Mary's High School student is facing suspension for videos he made which Catholic educators say harm the "moral tone" of the school. The student and his mother disagree. Who do you think is right?

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