Sunshine, cotton candy and car free streets in one part of Alton with skateboard soaring in another part of the Village.

    By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 24, 2013. If you were out and about on the weekend – and who wasn’t – you were […]

Parking, parking, parking – free on Saturday’s and all of December. Add to that an increase of 25 cents an hour.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 24, 2013. The city is getting creative. They are totally revising the way parking is going to […]

Are you listening? Are we listening – because “they” certainly are.

    By Ray Rivers BURLINGTON, ON. June 24, 2013. I grew up in the back woods of Ontario with a party-line phone. Everybody listened […]

Haber inks deal that puts his name on one of the newest buildings in the city. The name will still appear on transit buses,

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 24, 12013. Chris Haber is a personal injury lawyer with a strong ability to promote. The name […]

House fire on Lakeshore suspicious; Fire Marshall called in. Police investigating arson.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 23, 2013. A fire in a large residence on Lakeshore Road has resulted in a joint Halton Regional Police and […]

That underpass on King Road will eventually open – but it won’t be this month or next for that matter.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON.  June 22, 2013.  Getting around King Road north of Plains Road is going to be different for the month […]

Performing Arts Centre in the final round of interviews for new Executive Director.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 21, 2013. With a full 13 member Board of Directors compliment in place, the Performing Arts Centre […]

Pinedale plaza no longer viable and needs redevelopment; residents don’t like the intensification.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 21, 2013 It’s an eyesore. It no longer works as a commercial entity and the owners of […]

Great hair, knows how to work the crowd – and there was a crowd. Trudeaumania? Not yet.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 20, 2013. It was a pure photo-op. He with the hair and the strongest political pedigree in […]

Mayor and Meed Ward wanted you to know – the rest of council decided you have to wait to learn legal costs of pier.

By Pepper Parr. BURLINGTON, ON. June 19, 2013 They did get close, well not that close, but they did talk about it. And when […]

This is almost as good as the Sunshine list. Who is seeing who at city hall? They don’t tell us why. Maybe next year.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 19, 2013 Who sees who at city? Ever wonder about that? Who are the chief cheeses talking to? […]

Go Red and White and help the Bandits bring one home for the country.

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. June 19, 2013 The Burlington Bandits, announce that the game scheduled game for Thursday, June 13th, 2013 against the Guelph […]

There is certainly enough shame for everyone on this one: Double-Dipping

By Ray Rivers. BURLINGTON, ON. June 18, 2013. We’re not talking ice cream cones. Collecting income from two separate sources is called double-dipping. Most […]

Rural property owners can rest a little easier: police arrest two males for day time break-ins in North Burlington and Milton.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON June 18, 2013. Two Hamilton men are facing a multitude of criminal charges following a spree of break-ins to rural […]

Police get a break; suspect surprised to see police cruiser, chase ensues.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 18, 2013 On Monday evening, shortly before 8:30 p.m. a male suspect got into an altercation with another male […]

There now – that didn’t hurt did it? City begins telling legal story about the pier. More to follow for sure.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 18, 2013 – The legal process related to the pre-2011 construction of the newly-finished Brant Street Pier is underway, […]

Three confirmed measles cases in Burlington; local retail outlets may be source.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 18, 2013 The Halton Region Health Department has reported three related cases of measles in Burlington. Persons who visited […]

This is so embarrassing – Bandits had to get someone from Toronto to pull off a win.

By Staff TORONTO, ON. June 17, 2013 – Former Toronto Maple Leaf Kyle Morton had two hits, scored two runs and drove in another […]

A place to learn how to think differently finds the right spot for them in Lowville. Bring socks.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 16, 2013. They used to be located on Locust Street, half a block away from city hall – […]

THE Official Opening of the Brant Street Pier in Burlington, Ontario

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 15, 2013. It opened – indeed it did and the event was wonderful to watch, a delight to […]