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  • The Changing Face of Hamilton: The millennial takeover

    The Changing Face of Hamilton: The millennial takeover

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    Gen Y has surpassed the boomer population and is reshaping our city on several fronts By Steve Buist Step aside, baby boomers. You’ve had a good run but your long reign at the top of Hamilton’s demographic heap has come to an end. Millennials — those people who became adults in year 2000 or later …

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  • The changing face of Hamilton: Where have all the kids gone?

    The changing face of Hamilton: Where have all the kids gone?

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    The city is seeing declining birth rates, even though there are plenty of young adults to start families. Why is this happening? By Steve Buist There’s something missing in the “Best Place to Raise a Child” — the children. In the past 15 years, Hamilton has lost a net total of 32 schools from the …

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  • Riverdale Community Planning Team celebrating second salad bowl garden season

    Riverdale Community Planning Team celebrating second salad bowl garden season

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    By Laura Lennie The Riverdale Community Planning Team is celebrating another salad bowl garden harvest. The team is holding a special event to mark the second season and opening of the garden on Aug. 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the park adjacent to Lake Avenue Elementary School. The event will feature guest …

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  • Hamilton’s Snow Angels program approved for another season

    Hamilton’s Snow Angels program approved for another season

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    By Kevin Werner Hamilton politicians cleared the area to allow the city to continue operating the popular Snow Angels snow clearing program for seniors. Members of the emergency and community services committee agreed Aug. 10 to spend another $100,000 and hire a temporary project manager to oversee the program and develop a youth skill building …

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  • Senior braces for bus fare increase in Sept.

    Senior braces for bus fare increase in Sept.

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    By Carmela Fragomeni Florence Amero is incensed at the city bus fare increases coming on Sept. 1. The 75-year-old east Mountain resident is facing a $30 increase in her annual bus pass, which means a $60 increase in two years. “With everything going up, it’s getting ridiculous,” she said. Amero says she is speaking for …

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