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 […]

Late comeback not enough as Bandits drop sixth straight

By Staff. BURLINGTON, ON. June 15, 2013. The four runs the Brantford Red Sox cashed in during the first inning proved all they would […]

Public about to watch the last phase of a political suicide in Ward 4. Dennison takes CoA decision to OMB.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 15th, 2013. He is going to do it. City Councillor Jack Dennison has decided he will appeal the […]

More than $14 million later – real number is $20 million – the pier opens and the people like it. It is a fine pier.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 14, 2013 For opening number two of the Brant Street Pier the God’s shone upon the city and […]

The music is fine and the living is easy – summer on the waterfront.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 14, 2013. The Saturday is the blowout day for the Sound of Music – the day they pull out […]

Damage to Appleby Line properties extensive – not visible from the road. Air park owner likes it that way.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 14, 2013. The damage to property as a result of the land fill being dumped at the airport […]

Police upgrade murder charge to first degree murder.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 14, 2015 As a result of further investigation, Halton Regional Police homicide detectives have determined the murder of Parmanand […]

Pier goes through a “soft opening” – a mushy experience but the public is going to like what they are paying for.

By Pepper Parr BURLINGTON, ON. June 14, 2013 Burlington seems to like soft openings. The city did that with the Performing Arts Centre. They […]

Festival goers pause to take in their brand new pier – then they mosey along to the music.

By Staff Taking part in the Sound of Music this year was different. The people were there; the sound was as good as it […]

Calvin Green, a 19 year old Toronto resident, charged with murder of “Barry” Debie.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 13, 2013. Earlier today homicide detectives arrested the individual responsible in the death of Parmanand (Barry) DEBIE. Calvin Gordon […]

Third rain out for the Bandits – doesn’t get them out of the basement.

By Staff Burlington, ON June 13, 2013 – The Burlington Bandits, proud members of the Intercounty Baseball League (IBL) have advise that today’s game […]

Great music, a pier you should be able to walk out on – now all the weather has to do is cooperate.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 13, 2013 Show time. The SOUND begins at 5:30. The schedule for tonight is set out below. This year, […]

Dust bowls in northern part of the city. Getting out of hand up there.

By Staff BURLINGTON, ON. June 13, 2013 – Wendy Cousins lives on Appleby Line. About 10 yards from the part of North Burlington where […]