The road is currently blocked in both directions for because of falling rocks and debris. The city says crews are investigating and clearing the road, but that effort was halted today because of the rain.
A citizen of Spain has been arrested, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents say, after swimming across the Niagara River to illegally enter the United States.
For Emily Matweow, it looked like a novel way to lose weight – pay $2,500 to enter a weight loss program, and get $2,300 back if she succeeded.
Recently discovered remains of a Royal Hamilton Light Infantry soldier who died in the Second World War will be buried with the rest of his body in a French grave nearly 75 years after his death.
The attack began inside a barbershop near the corner of King Street East and East Avenue North, according to investigators. They say Douse was then chased north on East Avenue by three male suspects to the front of a home where the stabbing continued.
Demand is outpacing supply at Hamilton’s two legal storefront dispensaries — leaving one shop on the cusp of scaling back its hours because it can’t keep shelves stocked.
City council wants the Doug Ford government to hit the brakes on its plan to merge Hamilton's public health unit with three others — but ultimately, there's not much the city can do about it.
Hamilton has dropped its legal fight against what it says is an unfair hike to its Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) levy, saying provincial legislation gives the city no other choice.
The issue of free menstrual products and who needs them will be back before Hamilton city councillors tonight, after the last debate touched on the regularity of menstrual cycles, discomfort with the subject and Bollywood comedies.
The forecast is calling for hail and isolated wind gusts up to 85 km/h.