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Friday, August, 01, 2014 - 7:07:44 PM
Man charged with impaired driving in crash that closes Skyway for days "Why not make the Niagara bound lanes into two way traffic? At the bottom at each end a temporary crossover from the Toronto lanes to the Niagara Lanes could be installed quickly and signs and concrete barriers could be installed. This would be bette"
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Friday, August, 01, 2014 - 1:01:10 AM
It’s taken 28 years, but better late than never "Should be a great series with Cards-Bosox trade."
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Friday, August, 01, 2014 - 1:01:12 AM
It’s taken 28 years, but better late than never "Great story! Cardinals season ticket holder since 1981. My seats behind visitor dugout. I'd love to share them with a fellow fanatic."
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Photo by Dr David Richardson
Angel unveiled after two years
Julia Kollek’s Angel painting was unfurled after two years and is now on display at St. James Anglican Church in Dundas.
Volunteer gardeners needed
Hamilton Victory Gardens is holding a volunteer information meeting April 3.
Award-winning author coming to Hamilton
Linda Spalding won the 2012 Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction
Love is in the air at wedding show
The Ancaster Wedding Show at Night aims to spoil brides and guests with a fabulous evening out to plan in style.
VON looking for program helpers
You are invited to learn more by attending an orientation meeting; call 905-522-0053 to register.
Rev up for soap box derby
Once again Ancaster Heritage Days organizers are calling all cars interested in competing in the Heritage Day Soap Box Derby on Saturday, June 8.
Coming clean at Fieldcote
Volunteers are needed to help Fieldcote’s volunteer gardeners with the annual clean-up day on Saturday, April 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., rain or shine.
Free tax help offered Saturday
Free income tax preparation is being offered Saturday for low-income earners.
Busy break at Mountain library branches
Hamilton Mountain library branches have many activities lined up for the March break
BIA plans soap bubble blowing world record
They’re making another run at a world record this year at Concession Streetfest.
photo by Gord Bowes
Mountain women start weekend breakfast program
They formed Group Connect Hamilton, received charitable status and began working with entities such as Neighbour 2 Neighbour Centre and Good Shepherd Centres to see where they could help most.
Mental Health Morning to support St. Joe's programs
Valerie and Catherine Pringle will be the keynote speakers at "A Mental Health Morning" on May 7.
Immigrant Culture and Art Association holding first fundraiser
Guest speaker is Renée Wetselaar
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Sherwood grad has Miss World title in her sights
Chelsey Mori is preparing to represent Hamilton at the Miss World Canada pageant.
photo by Gord Bowes
RevWear marks 10 years
It started out as way three McMaster University friends to save money yet still be fashionable for a night on the town.
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