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The Spec Local Hamilton News

Family Day weekend fun at Kids-Fest in Hamilton
Amelia Kelly, 3, of Waterford, lets a yellow-headed Amazon parrot perch on her arm with help from the staff of Hands On Exotics during Kids-Fest at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Saturday.

The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum hosts the 12th annual festival this weekend.


Leaving behind words of pain and love
Alessandra Brown (Allie/Brody), shown in 2011, took part in a program that helped women battling addition to write about their struggles.

Allie/Brody was a complicated young woman with a mighty social conscience and huge heart, Susan Clairmont writes. On Dec. 31, she died by suicide. She was 32.


Hamilton police name suspect in road rage shooting
Police say Payton Kellam Brush should be considered armed and dangerous.

Payton Kellam Brush, 22, should be considered armed and dangerous, police say.



The Spec Local Hamilton News

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