Self-realization and the meditative state – all you ever wanted to know at a free class at Burlington Hills this Saturday.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 4, 2012 If you’ve ever wondered what meditation is; what a Yoga class is really like but you don’t want […]

Santa parade crowds were smaller. BTTB was out in force and the Ho ho man was smiling away.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 3, 2012 The weather certainly wasn’t promising. It has rained much of the morning but the people that make parades […]

Three hopeful federal Liberal leadership candidates gather in Burlington to sip coffee and listen to political pitches.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 1, 2012 While Burlington chuckles over the problems Toronto has with its Mayor and raises an eyebrow over the […]

When do we reach our 50% level? Soon said Torsney, soon. Dig deeper today and we could be there tomorrow.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 1, 2012 The United Way campaign for Burlington and Greater Hamilton has reached that first wonderful number of 50% […]

It took them long enough to bring him in – Griffith’s finally gets to play the Queen’s Head.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 1, 2012 Well it took them long enough. The guy has been playing his instruments for more than 20 […]

Homeowner wants that car out of his house; no one comes to take it away.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 29, 2012 “Can I have the car towed away” asked the insurance agent as he talked to a Halton […]

A Pittsburgh Steelers, Roethlisberger # 7 jersey stolen from a car in The Orchard. Seen it?

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON November 29, 2012 They get into their cars and choose a part of town and then methodically go from car to […]

Citizen attempts to set the Mayor straight. Is the Mayor listening? Does he have the capacity to hear? Some very strong points are made.

BURLINGTON, ON November 29, 2012 Part of the reason for creating this “newspaper on a web site” was to try and re-balance the “information deficit” […]

Toronto theatrical success to play Performing Arts Centre; Miss Caledonia will appeal to those who remember childhood fantasies.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 29, 2012 When Brenda Heatherington took on the task of leading the artistic side of the Performing Arts Centre […]

Novice driver fails to negotiate a curve in the road – crashes into a house. House could collapse. No one injured.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON November 29, 2012 It wasn’t a house call; they weren’t crashing a party but two occupants in a Ford Taurus suddenly […]

City purchasing decision screws up security at city hall. Kerr gets fired then re-hired; now all the doors get locked at night.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 28, 2012 Do you remember that bit we did a while ago about those unintended consequences; that mess up […]

Christmas Spirit arrived in Burlington last week – it was delivered by a bunch of hockey coaches.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 26, 2012 That stuff about Christmas starting the day after Halloween is a little too rushed for me. I […]

How about fewer drunks on the road this year so that Burlington is truly the 2nd safest city in the country. RIDE program helps.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 28, 2012 It happens every year and every year the Halton Regional Police scoop up people who are driving […]

Cosmetics company short $700,000 – thinks their former VP took the money. Police think so as well. Judge will decide.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 28, 2012 It took then months to figure it all out but when the numbers were added up ASK […]

How different and unique could your Christmas cards be?

By Staff Perhaps in your household the children make up cards of their own. Laura Robinson, a nationally Laura Robinson, a additionally acclaimed stamping teacher […]

If you want to see misrepresentation on a massive scale be at the Performing Arts Centre Thursday night. Incredible story.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 23, 2012 It started with two good friends telling another friend about a trailer for a movie called “Miss […]

Is the environmental message really getting delivered? BurlingtonGreen fights on – Awareness, Advocacy and Action.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 27, 2012 BurlingtonGreen, probably the best run community organization in the city and one with measurable impact, held their […]

Enjoy Christmas the way it was celebrated at Ireland House – a long time ago.

REVISED November 27, 2012 By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 26, 2012 There has been a whiff of winter; there was a sprinkling of snow […]

Pedestrian struck while crossing Plains Road East Sunday evening. Injuries were serious.

REVISED By Staff BURLINGTON, ON November 25, 2012 Halton Police are currently investigating a collision between and vehicle and pedestrian in front of St. Mathew […]

Can you become an entrepreneur without a Mentor? O’Krafka doesn’t think you should even try without one.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON November 23, 2012 Becoming an entrepreneur is now fashionable; it’s hip. And if you’re a budding entrepreneur then you need […]