Is figuring out how we can EACH save a little on what we spend on energy the key to attracting new business to the city?

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 22, 2013. Five very smart people gathered in the Community WHAT at the Burlington Performing Art Centre last […]

A really nice twist – the Bandits who will not take a dime from you are partnering with United Way who want to sell you a 50/50 draw ticket.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 22, 2013. The Burlington Bandits, members of the Intercounty Baseball League (IBL) that has been around since 1909, […]

Social media guru finds there is a person in the room wanting to eat his lunch.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April; 22, 2013. James Burchill, an absolutely shameless promoter and one of the those people in this city who […]

Busy day in Ottawa this week – our MP should get his chance soon to speak on our behalf.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 22, 2013. With a new Liberal leader in the House of Commons some changes were expected so it […]

Freeman on the move – not on standard gauge rails but on sturdy steel beams that will move the structure from its resting place.

By John Mellow BURLINGTON, ON April 22, 2013. On Friday April 19th, a crew headed up by Jeremy McCulloch from our building mover contractor, […]

Three thousand shrubs, 300 trees planted in the Beachway – tons of trash removed – BurlingtonGreen pulls it off – again.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON April 21, 2013. The weather didn’t help. It was downright chilly. For those working along the Beachway – it […]

Police seize drugs valued at $100,000 on the street at a Bellview home – and a list of people who owe the drug dealers money.

By Pepper Parr It was a busy Friday for the Halton Police when they took down a location with drugs valued at more than […]

This is slick – research report says women appear to want to shop in a store but once there they like apps that point out deals.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 19, 2013. In the no-kidding department of research, a new study found that even though more than half […]

GO, GO, GO – every half hour.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. April 19, 2013 The government is going to give you more opportunities to leave town; looked at another way they […]

Tractor trailers are going to get a real close look by Halton police who will be cruising the QEW looking for violations.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON April 19, 2013. The big rigs are going to get a big look at by the Halton Regional Police Service […]

You can make that 13,464 into a 13,465 – just show up and CleanUp so we can all GreenUp. Praying for sunshine would be appreciated.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 18, 2013. By now you should have picked up your gloves, the bags you are going to use […]

One more step – pier looking better and better every day. Beacon – minus a wind turbine going in today.

    By Pepper Parr Each day a little bit more gets done. This morning, when we were told it was going to be a […]

Open up your wallet – they are asking more from you to ride those busses. Bfast strenuously opposes the increase.

    By Pepper Parr Burlington, Ont., April 16, 2013 —Burlington Transit will be increasing fares, effective Wednesday, May 1, 2013. The increased fares will […]

General manager walks the plank – but no one pushes him into the water. This is good news?

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 17, 2013. Scott Stewart, one of the toughest General Manager’s this city has seen in some time […]

Spring show will feature glass, more glass and some of the most beautiful glass seen in this city.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 17, 2013 Teresa Seaton has been working with stained glass for more than 10 years. “I have […]

Beware of a media release that tells you how much they are doing for you but doesn’t tell you what it is costing.

    By Pepper Parr. BURLINGTON, ON. April 17, 2013 Starting today, the city’s E-Government program will be launching the first of several new online […]

The hard part of community policing – reporting on a pedophile released back into the community. There is more the chief of police can do.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON April 17, 2013. The media release was blunt, direct and very much to the point. Anthony Burke, a convicted […]

There is a reason to oppose the Enbridge pipeline flow reversal – pipelines leak.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. April 17. 2013. There are reasons for people wanting to oppose the changes Enbridge Pipeline wants to make […]

Parent wants city to look into what can be done about better safety along rail lines; four killed so far this year.

    By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON April 16, 2013. For Denise Davy it is personal. She got to the point where she felt something […]

Our Burlington reporter graduates to TV production – does footage on Burlington golf courses for WNED.

By Walter Byj BURLINGTON, ON April 16, 2013 Over the past number of years, the PBS station in Buffalo ,WNED, has run a series […]