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A Canadian’s influence on the way we saw world affairs from 1936 to 1960 – subject of a talk at the library.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 5, 2013. There was a man named Beverly Baxter. Those of you who recognize the name will know your […]

Performing Art Centre announces four new Directors bringing the total to 13 Board members. .

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 4, 2013. The Board of The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is pleased to announce the election of four […]

The thieves are now on the run, working at not getting caught. Solid police work will catch them. You can help.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 4, 2013. They are beginning to close in. The police recovered a vehicle they believe was used by a […]

Trip home on Walkers Line at Fairview will be slow; Serious Multi-Vehicle Collision

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 4, 2013 Police report a serious multi-vehicle collision at the intersection of Walkers Line and Fairview Street. Vehicular traffic […]

Burlington office set up loses the word “service”. Their tenants lose their office digs.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON. ON. June 4, 2013. Boy there is really something wrong with parts of the corporate world. Regus, the office services […]

The gangsters moved north – but they are still out there. Be vigilant.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 4, 2013. Yesterday five homes were entered in rural Milton as a result of day time break and enters. […]

Waiting for the cheque: Kraft Foods fails to deliver prize money to BLOMHA.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 4, 2013. Figuring out who they are going to offer a hockey scholarship to must be a […]

This is on the scary side for rural Burlington residents. Higher police coverage is gong to be needed and that probably isn’t in the budget.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 4, 2013 Halton Regional Police are asking residents in rural Burlington to be extra vigilant after a series of […]

Are the basics of the Cogeco cable offering changing without full disclosure to their clients?

By Walter Byj; Correspondent BURLINGTON, ON. June 3, 2013. Don’t wake sleeping dogs; you heard that one. Don’t kill the goose that lays the […]

Whoa, that wasn’t the deal ? The pier is part of the park and the park doesn’t open and close.

  By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON June 3, 2013 It was while taking a picture of the sign the city is putting up down on […]

7 to 11 – that’s all you’re going to get in terms of time you can actually be out on the pier when it opens.

View from the end of the pier as a Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker works its way across the lake minutes after leaving Burlington Bay. […]

Mother and daughter will each read from their books at the Different Drummer.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 2, 2013. A Mother – daughter pair at a book launch – each with their own title: certainly a […]

The Bandits need to begin winning more often – 2 in 7 at this point in the season makes playing in the finals look iffy.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 1, 2013. The London Majors, one of xx teams in the Intercounty Baseball League, scored three key runs in […]

Critical part of Burlington’s commercial eco-system now has to look for new digs: Regus shutting down.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 1, 2013. It started when Stuart Crawford told colleagues on the Business in Burlington web site that he […]

Small companies in Burlington scramble to find space with closing of the Regus Centre on Brant Street.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. May 31, 2013 The Regus Serviced Office in Burlington on Brant street is s shutting down requiring a number of […]

Plains Road East gas line rupture still an active police and gas company scene.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. May 31, 2013 At 7:30pm, May 31st, police, fire and utilities personnel were still on the scene at Plains Road […]

Burlington law firm offers to give the city $1.3 million over 20 years to have their name on the Alton recreation centre.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. May 31, 2013 – The city’s community services committee approved a staff recommendation to name the new recreation centre in […]

Gas line ruptures on Plains Road East; road closure in effect.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. May 31, 2013 Just after the noon hour police were notified of an 8″ natural gas line break at ESSO, […]

Is the city going to bury some news on the legal fight over the pier in the hoopla that will surrounding its opening? Stay tuned.

This is the path people will walk down to get to the pier. Contractors are completing the work and, unless there is a catastrophe, […]

SOM parade route not going to be what it could have been; is there trouble in paradise?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. May 31, 2013. Things have never been really smooth between the Sound of Music people and city hall; there […]