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Town of Grimsby set to put Grimsby Secondary on Heritage Registry

Grimsby Secondary School won’t have a heritage designation just yet, but the town is setting the stage for a designation to be made if the District School Board of Niagara (DSBN) sells it. The planning and development committee drafted a report to put the near century-old school on a heritage…

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Restaurant review: Cibo Osteria feels like home, tastes like Italy

Torontonians are peppering the culinary landscape here in Hamilton, and though these restaurants do have a big city feel with a funky Steeltown vibe, sometimes you want good, old-fashioned home cooking. Cibo Osteria, just off Main Street East in downtown Grimsby, aims to do just that. We were looking…

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Skate with Nate Sunday

Six years after strangers helped save her son’s life Amy Lupton and the family of the Grimsby boy are continuing to give back. In what has become an annual event since Nate Lupton’s December 2010 bone marrow transplant to treat Wiskott Aldrich syndrome, the family will once again be hosting…

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Grimsby DIA offering Christmas activities for all

  GRIMSBY — The Christmas spirit is taking over downtown Grimsby. As the calendar gets ready to turn into the final month of the year and the holiday season kicks into high gear, the Grimsby Downtown Improvement Area is planning a few events to spread some holiday cheer. Things start Dec.…

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The highs, the lows: Grimsby recognizes World Diabetes Month

Tye Warren sits down at the kitchen table, munching on a bag of skittles. He’s just gotten in from playing at his friend’s house. For most eight-year-olds, skittles before dinner are a treat, but for Tye, they’re lifesaving. His blood sugar is low and he has a diabetic reaction. After…

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