Are we importing our criminals from Toronto? They aren’t fitting in very well.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 13, 2012 A uniformed patrol officers responded to an intrusion alarm from a commercial business on Morris Road and found […]

A RESERVED parking spot at a public school – in Burlington? Nope, only in Alton Village.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 11, 2012 They are going to do things a lot different in the evolving Alton Village Community. While the […]

Put a nice big bright red bow on that and I’ll take it home. Let a United Way celebrity help you with that.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 11, 2012 The United Way keeps coming up with ways to raise the $7.1 million they need to meet […]

Stolen cell phone use leads to arrest of young thief.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 11, 2012 They were never described as the smartest people in the room; police arrest suspect in cell phone […]

Are high school students in Burlington out of their classrooms until Christmas? Those at Pearson say they are.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 10, 2012 If there was ever any doubt as to where the students stand on the government’s Bill 115 […]

Are teachers being fair to their students? Can parents talk about the strike problem without fear of retribution?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 9.2010 This from a parent that does not want her name used for fear that her children will be […]

Will high school students be in the seats or on the streets Monday morning?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 8, 2012 Parent of elementary school students are ticked over the now more than probable possibility that the people […]

Ireland House puts on an event that was hard to beat in terms of interest: A Taste of Christmas Past.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 8, 2012 You will have missed the event this year but you will not want to miss it next […]

Here’s a rich one for you; Paletta named BEDC Entrepreneur of the year while the family firm fights city hall on major developments.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 8, 2012 The Burlington Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) has named Pasquale Paletta as the 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year. […]

Police officer catches journalist in the act of doing something stupid. You didn’t lock it Mister, you could lose it.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 7 2012 In the world of journalism you are supposed to cover the story – not become the story. […]

Snappy video hides the loss of the Official Plan review leader; Gummo turns in his security pass.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 7, 2012 – Today the city launched a video called “We’re Growing in Place” to help educate and engage […]

It`s Shatner`s World – we just live in it.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 6, 2012 There is only one William Shatner! He will be live on Stage at Hamilton Place this Saturday. Two […]

One arrest led to evidence of four robberies; Halton Police arrest culprits for cell phone robberies.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 6, 2012 The Criminal Investigations Bureau arrested two men for their role in a series of commercial break and enters […]

Crossing Guard and young Girl struck on Plains Road, student stable, gurad released from hospital.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 5, 2012 A little before 4:00 pm a school crossing guard and a student were struck by a vehicle on […]

While we pretend it is the winter season – the city announces the winter break with camps and programs for children and teens.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 5, 2012 The city has plans to help you keep your kids active, engaged and entertained this winter break with […]

Big changes in the management team at city hall. City manager takes on bigger work load while Mike Spicer gets to run the transit system.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 5, 2012 The city has made changes to its management structure that will result in the city leading with […]

The RBG hosts the “Mechanical Botanical” Exuberance of Paul Busse. All aboard!

By Margaret Lindsay Holton BURLINGTON, ON December 6, 2012 When we were young, my father built-up a landscaped train set on a ping pong table […]

How different and unique could your Christmas cards be? Museums of Burlington help you give your Christmas a personal touch.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON December 5, 2012 The smell of the tree sitting in the room all lit up and decorated; you know its close […]

Three more hurdles and more money in fees than the developer wants to admit before there is a shovel in the ground.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 3, 2012 Late Thursday afternoon is becoming Thursday evening as Ken Dakin sat with Matt Jaecklein, Principal, Mayrose Tycon […]

A conclave for the Friends of Freeman Station? A press gang out on the streets? Or just a run of the mill AGM – with benefits?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON December 5, 2012 The Friends of Freeman Station will be meeting Thursday evening in Annual General Meeting (AGM) mode. This […]