Robbie Lane and his Disciples will share a stage with Connie Smith for an evening of Magic Moments.

By Walter Byj BURLINGTON, ON. August 14th, 2013 Robbie Lane, he of Robbie Lane and the Disciples fame, said he was excited to be […]

The Bandits are down 3 and 0; could get knocked off in the first round of the Intercounty baseball league playoffs.

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. August 12th, 2013. It hasn’t gone well. The Burlington Bandits were matched up against the London Majors for the first […]

Sustainable doesn’t cut it anymore; the ecosystem is already compromised – climate change might be winning this battle.

    By Anna Leidreiter, Policy Officer, World Future Council Sustainable development is now like a rubber band; it can be stretched in all directions. […]

When The Loser is Really a Winner, according to one pundit.

By Ray Rivers BURLINGTON, ON. August 9, 2013. She only held onto two of the five former Liberal ridings in the Aug 1st by-elections, […]

Hit and run vehicle found in Hamilton; police now want the driver. Why were the OPP following this vehicle?

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. August 10, 2013. There was an accident at the intersection of Plains Road and Hillsdale Avenue in Burlington early in […]

London majors take first game against Burlington Bandits in round 1 of InterCounty baseball playoffs.

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. August 10, 2013 It wasn’t the start fans were hoping for when the London Majors took the first game in […]

Supermarket held up; cash taken, robber escapes, car driven by lone female.

    By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. August 8, 2013. A lone male suspect entered the FreshCo grocery store on Upper Middle Road in the early […]

Impact of intensification now evident; is this the “new” Burlington?

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 8, 2013. Growth for a city like Burlington isn’t always a positive thing in the minds of […]

Police don’t identify an accident victim and don’t want to say which hospital he is in either. Odd isn’t it?

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. August 8, 2013. Halton’s police service are investigating a hit and run collision that left a motorcyclist seriously injured by […]

City View Park overcomes some initial opposition – reviews are good.

    By Pepper Parr and Walter Byj. BURLINGTON, ON. August 8, 2013. It’s a great park, closer to Hamilton than it is to most […]

Beachway Park water is just fine – should be a great weekend.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. August 8, 2013. The little beach at the bottom of Brant Street is iffy but everything along the Beachway Park […]

That $5 million in the South African Reserve Bank is never going to get to you – but if you’re not careful you could lose some of your money.

    By Pepper Parr. BURLINGTON, ON. August 9, 2013. The first time you read the email you wonder – what is this? How did […]

Bandits start their league playoff round – everyone gets into the playoffs.

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. August 9, 2013 – The season wasn’t the greatest but there is a chance to redeem themselves in the Intercounty […]

Mayor satisfied with his first term so far; doesn’t plan to change much.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 7, 2013. The anxious look hadn’t changed much since the first interview when Rick Goldring was running […]

Judge OK’s agreement that has the Air Park ceasing to dump landfill until at least October 4 – region tests well water.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 5th, 2013. Barbara Sheldon, the Appleby Line resident with mountainous piles of landfill on the north, south […]

Brant Day in Burlington, 2013 – once again old Joe didn’t make an appearance. Weather was great though.

REVISED By Pepper Parr. BURLINGTON, ON. August 5th, 2013. It is always that first Monday in August – we always seem to be favoured […]

Residential, night time break-ins in the Brant – Upper Middle Rd. part of town.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. August 5, 2013. Halton Regional Police are investigating a series of night time residential break and enters that have occurred […]

If it doesn’t seem right – it is probably wrong. The identity thieves depend on your gullibility.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 4, 2013. One of the biggest problems we face as a society is the theft that takes […]

A complex organization but between all the levels there is a group of people meeting a real community need.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 3, 2013 When you ask Wayne Brown why a committee was formed to put on yet another […]

Where the measles came from and how the Region MOH tracked it down.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. August 3, 2013. Burlington has reported an abnormal number of measles cases this year – six so far when […]