Police release drawings of Hornby gas bar robbery suspects.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON October 6, 2011 Police have released composite drawings of two suspects who robbed a gas bar in Hornby. The robbery took […]

Bump up the kids allowance – there might be a $100. ticket to pay. Skate board fines might be in the works.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 6, 2010 – Redo that budget and get in some money for the $75.00 fine the city wants to […]

Tickets sales up , Centre is working but the relationship between the city and the BPAC Board needs some work.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 5, 2011 – It was going to be all nicey, nicey; they were going to be friends and everyone […]

Rushing around to shore up weak spots in the province. Who ever thought Burlington would be on THAT list.

By Pepper Parr Are there enough of these lawn signs out to identify the votes McKenna needs Will the Hudak visit push her over the […]

Did we get what we deserved from this election process?

By Casey Cosgrove BURLINGTON, ON October 5, 2011 – For the last six -weeks, a process has been underway that is aimed at influencing who […]

How did she get to see a copy of the contract and what`s in that big orange boxÉ

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 5, 2011 The contract isn`t signed – yet; lawyers need time to get all the documents together, but there […]

We owe them at least the time it takes to cast a ballot.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 4, 2011 – Many, if not most of them, were kids. They really didn’t know what they were doing […]

The party or the person ? Burlington gets to look at how they have voted in the past. Will old habits change ?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 4, 2011 – This is the part of the week you get to think about who you are going […]

Why the anonymity from the Pier Watcher ? This one doesn`t pass the smell test.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 4, 2011 – In the world of newspapers and other media you learn to protect your sources, but at […]

Lakeshore Road could go dark Christmas of 2012 – Festival of Lights could be discontinued.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 3, 2011 A tradition that has brought literally hundreds of people down to Spencer Smith Park during the Christmas […]

Elite level cycling opportunity brought to a close. City will terminate the agreement.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 3, 2011 Today was the Go – No go day for elite cycling in Burlington and because a hard […]

More than $37 million later and there is a performer on the stage and wine and cheese in the BPAC Family Room.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON October 2, 2011 The opening piece made you feel like taking the missus into your arms and dancing away. Royal […]

Mad chase through Hamilton streets, bear spray doesn’t stop Halton’s finest. Got their man then headed for the showers.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON September 29, 2011 A couple of Halton Regional Police plainclothes officers drove over to Hamilton to locate a suspect they wanted […]

Citizens group lays out the facts and the real issue when it comes to the Escarpment.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON September 29, 2011 – For Burlingtonians the two issues are the hospital and the Escarpment – one at the bottom and […]

Popular jazz vocalist at the Alexander Barn of the Halton Museum in Kelso. Take in the fall colours as well.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON September 29, 2011 Gary Carr, the Chief Cheese over at the Region wants you to know that “Fall is the perfect […]

Another heavy equipment theft in Burlington. Insurance rates may rise soon. Crime Stoppers could use your help.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON September 29, 2011 – The construction industry took another hit the past few days. A loader was stolen from a Longmoor […]

We appear to be in the mudslinging phase of the provincial election.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON September 29, 2011 You know someone is running a little on the scared side when they start slinging mud. However, with […]

Wake me up when it’s over!

By Casey Cosgrove BURLINGTON, ON September 28, 2011 – Is it just my imagination, or does there seem to be a noticeable lack of interest […]

If it works, leave it alone. If it’s broken, fix it. If it cannot justify its existence, it goes.

By Jane McKenna, Progressive Conservative candidate for Burlington. Our Burlington was created to reduce the information deficit that was described and defined in the Shape […]

Dreadful, is being polite. Not one of the candidates roused any interest or enthusiasm. Surely Burlington can do better than this.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON September 27, 2011 The Chamber of Commerce web site said “No walk ins” – implying that if you hadn’t reserved […]