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Tall Ships Coming To Hamilton

Eleven Tall Ships are coming to the Hamilton Waterfront this summer for a magnificent display you don’t want to miss. They are gathering for the Tall Ships Regatta, an exciting transatlantic race of 7,000 nautical miles taking place over the

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Traffic Headache Due To Accident

For your drive home there is a new traffic incident that could cause a major headache if you use the 403 as it is closed, both east and west bound, between The Lincoln Alexander Parkway and Aberdeen Avenue due to

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Last Week’s Flood Declared Disaster

If you live in Hamilton and you suffered some flood water damage as a homeowner to your basement as a direct result of the heavy rain that happened last week, specifically between April 21 and May 6, you can get

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Engelbert Humperdinck Speaks With Jewel 92 Ahead Of May 7th Concert In Hamilton

Jewel 92’s  Dave Creelman speaks with Engelbert Humperdinck ahead of his concert May 7th at First Ontario Concert Hall in Hamilton. Buy your tickets here at Ticketmaster. Image from  www.engelbert.com

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Earth Day April 22 2017

Today is Earth Day! That means it is a day to get out and enjoy the earth and all of its wonders. It is also a day to think about the conservation of the planet and how we can all

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Heavy Rain Floods Parts Of Hamilton And Dundas

It was a wet windy wild night and Hamilton and Dundas seemed to bear the brunt of the record breaking rainfall.  Rivers and streams are still running very high and fast and people are asked to be cautious around all

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Distracted Driving Contributes To Fatal Accidents

A recent report presented to the Hamilton police oversight board pointed out there is often more than one contributing factor in most fatal accidents on roads and highways. But in the 125 total collisions where one or more persons died

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Alternative To Hotels

Most people when they travel will chose a convenient motel or a fancy hotel; but did you ever consider your other option? A convenient and pleasant, sometimes fancy, B&B?     Bed and Breakfasts are usually independently owned businesses operated

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Whats Open and Closed On Family Day

Family day comes Tomorrow and there are a number of things to keep in mind; certain facilities and amenities will be unavailable Tomorrow.   Here’s a rundown of what is closed Tomorrow; Public Libraries Catholic and Public Schools The LCBO

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CP Holiday Train Returns To Hamilton November 28

“The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train is coming back to Hamilton for its 18th year in an effort to raise money, food and awareness for local food banks. The train is scheduled to arrive at 7:45 p.m. on Monday, November

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Beware. Man Posing As Police Officer In Hamilton Area

  “HAMILTON — Detectives are investigating a report of a man impersonating a police officer in Hamilton. Police say a woman was pulled over last Friday afternoon by a man driving what appeared to be an unmarked police car with

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Paramedics Feed The Hungry

It was a strip of grass beside Hamilton’s paramedic Station 32 on Limeridge Road in Hamilton until

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Hamilton’s Mini Mozart

He is 10 year-old Marcel Ward from Hamilton and his nickname is “Mini Mozart.” His family moved to Canada in 2012, to escape the on-going war in Syria and he has found his escape in music. Marcel is self-taught and

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Rabies Vaccine Bait Drop [PHOTOS]

The Rabies Vaccine bait drop program has been expanded which means the little packets will be showing up in more locations. Throughout the summer and fall, rabies vaccine baiting will take place in the Stratford area and the Greater Golden

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Burlington St, Hamilton To Become Nikola Tesla Blvd

“HAMILTON, ON – June 27, 2016 – Please note that a portion of Burlington Street East, from the QEW to 165 metres east of Ottawa Street North, in both directions, will be renamed to Nikola Tesla Boulevard Starting on June

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