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Drug-impaired driving arrests are up in Hamilton as police prepare for legal pot
Hamilton police say they expect the rate of drug-impaired drivers to continue rising once marijuana becomes legal in October.
Alouettes acquire Johnny Manziel in trade with Tiger-Cats
The Montreal Alouettes have acquired quarterback Johnny Manziel from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats according to reports.
Brock University student digs her way through Cuban history
Brock University student, Caroline Jovetic, went on her first archeological dig in Cuba, trying to uncover a piece of the country's history of slavery in the 19th century.
'Irate' man accuses teens of trespassing, confronts them in dangerous way: police
The Niagara Police Service say a 53-year-old St. Catharines man was dangerously chasing a teen with his vehicle over grass, gardens, stones, and ditches, narrowly missing the teen and their group of friends, while continuing to threaten them.
Hamilton plans big welcome for new residents with first-ever Newcomer Day
When it comes to celebrating culture, diversity and new residents, Hamilton has no intention of being left behind. The city, which has a proud history of “attracting immigrants,” will be celebrating them at the first-ever Hamilton Newcomer Day on July 27.
How this charity is addressing Hamilton's housing crisis, 1 derelict building at a time
Mainly cloudy with a chance of showers today in Hamilton
'It feels like a little bit of hope': Crown appeals Peter Khill not guilty verdict
City closing part of Red Hill Valley Parkway overnight Sunday to improve the highway
Dundas man stole $20K worth of jewelry, electronics and valuables: police
Mosquitoes in Burlington test positive for West Nile virus
Owner of Port Colborne home where family died in 2016 fire convicted and fined $100K
SIU looking into falling death at Juravinski Hospital parking garage