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Charity about to become homeless

A couple in Niagara Falls who have given a helping hand to people in that community for more than five years is now looking...

Helping people hit their Stride

Regaining your life after being diagnosed with a mental illness can be a major hurdle. But a Halton program has been helping people...

Keith community softened by resource centre

In a pocket of north Hamilton in the midst of an industrial area, lies a small neighbourhood known as the Keith district. It has...

Halloween spirits seek donations

Halloween is a night for children to dress up, go door to door, and get candy. But as Adam Atkinson tells us, more...

Kids raise awareness – and funds

Some Oakville students endured some pain and put on a good sweat Thursday for a good cause. It's not easy completing a half-marathon,...

BBQ benefits military families

Hamilton police joined forces Thursday with area families who have loved ones serving overseas with the Canadian military. Donna Skelly explains.

Special Thanksgiving dinner benefits Oakville charity

An Oakville restaurant owner is giving back this Thanksgiving, by cooking up a free turkey dinner for his customers. As Adam Atkinson explains, a couple...

United Way truck pull

Highlights of Matt Hayes' coverage on News Now Midday

Luxury home donated for charity

A small army of volunteers, including dozens of trade workers, are building at an incredible speed a new home in St Catharines. Lauran...

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Hundreds attend the funeral of Devan Bracci-Selvey today in Stoney Creek

It was a final goodbye for the 14-year-old boy who was stabbed to death at school this week. Hundreds of Devan Bracci-Selvey's friends and family...

Visitations are held for Devan Selvey

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Fans get a double dose of black & gold at the...

Hamilton sports fans cheered on two teams under one roof: The Hamilton Bulldogs and the TigerCats. Phil Perkins has the details

Election lawn signs stolen