Canada Day Celebration Road Closures, July 1, 2018

SoM fireworks

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The city has upgraded the information they make available on road closures during the Sound of Music […]

A different scam - but the objective is the same - they want information so they can go after your money.

Identity theft - many faces

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON     They come in all shapes and sizes – they are crafty, innovative and 100% scam. They […]

Regional first responders take part in a large-scale emergency training exercise.

JESOAG 1

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   You practice, you practice and then you practice some more – and in time there is a […]

Suspect in stabbing arrested and then released on a promise to appear in Court.

HRPS crest

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Daniel Richard FLENNIKEN, a 23 years old Waterdown resident was located and arrested without incident early on […]

Kool cars on display at the RBG on the 18th - bring your own if want.

Cars - Lesloe Remax June 18

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Cruisin’ For a Cause is a family friendly event and the unofficial start of Summer in Aldershot […]

Sound of Music Club Series will be live in the city this evening - three locations.

SoM logo 2018

By Staff June 13th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Sound of Music is a lot more than an event that takes place over the Father’s […]

Sound of Music road closures.

Road closure sign

By Staff June 12th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The Sound of Music Festival will result in road closures Friday, June 15 to Sunday, June 17. […]

There were 29 political parties looking for votes - which one did you vote for. Do the results reflect your view of your province?

Ballot box - elections ontario

By Staff June 12th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON PC Party of Ontario won 76 seats, got 2,322,422 votes which was 40.49% of the votes cast. Ontario […]

Regional police now have two mobile command vehicles loaded with technology.

Comand with aerial up

By Pepper Parr June 12, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   There is a lot a police officer can do from the seat of his cruiser. He […]

Police looking for a Waterdown resident believed to have stabbed a person outside the Poacher early Tuesday morning.

Flenniken - stabber

By Staff June 12th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   A stabbing outside The Poacher on Pearl Street in the downtown area of the City has police […]

Pathway that ate up more than 20 parking spaces turns out to be quite pleasant - despite some of the most uncomfortable benches ever made.

Pathway - public and open

By Staff June 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   The City has almost completed the building of a new multi-use pathway in downtown Burlington that includes […]

Sound of Music - begins on the weekend - Ticketed Kick Off took place last weekend.

Crowd with Sweet seats tent

By Staff June 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Sound of Music did their two day Kick Off event with a number of ticketed events. The […]

Development projects being put forward for the Brant Fairview part of the city.

Brant Fairview proposal

By Staff June 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Development begins to take place on a part of Brant Street that isn’t downtown downtown. This one […]

Pauline Johnson public school opens two time capsules - prepares material for a third.

Time capsules

By Pepper Parr June 11th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It was the schools 50th anniversary and something the community wanted to celebrate. The vision came […]

Councillor Lancaster re-elected to Federation of Canadian Municipalities committee.

Lancaster on bullying

By Staff June 10th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Councillor Blair Lancaster Blair Lancaster was re-elected for her second term to the Board of Directors, Ontario […]

Citizens alert police to suspicious behavior - arrest follows.

HRPS crest

By Staff June 10th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Citizens taking care of their community. On May 28th 2018 at approximately 7:35 AM, several observant citizens […]

The Herd's Justin Gideon adds a Grand Slam to their 10-1 win over the Brantford Sox

Herd batter - Gideon

By Staff June 10th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   There appears to be some wind behind the Burlington Herd as the move through the 100th season […]

Jane McKenna returns to Queen's Park - this time as a member of a government.

McKenna

By Pepper Parr June 9th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It was a resounding win. Given the chaos that Doug Ford faced when he was made […]

Mike Wallace - running for Mayor, has a thick hide and wants to referee high school football when he retires.

Burlington flags

  By Pepper Parr June 9th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   Today it is Mike Wallace’s turn to take the drive for a cup of coffee […]

Doug Ford: How he performs in this new job affects us all.

By Ray Rivers June 8th, 2018 BURLINGTON, ON   It was never in doubt. Actually the PCs started winning the Ontario election two years ago […]

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