Thursday (August 6) would have been Jeff Johnson’s third wedding anniversary.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a recall for red, yellow, white, and sweet yellow onions grown by Thomson International Inc., due to possible Salmonella contaminati
A busy stretch of Queen Street will be closing this week for at least five weeks to complete a big portion of the two-way conversion project along the major downtown road.
A petition calling on the City of Hamilton to not commit any public funds to the bid for and potential hosting duties associated with the 2026 Commonwealth Games is making the rounds on social medi
Thursday (August 6) would have been Jeff Johnson’s third wedding anniversary.
The Province has announced it's providing Clean Works Medical and Pure Life Machinery with funding to produce personal protective equipment (PPE).
A new study suggests Canadians, especially women, will face a potentially explosive increase in mental illness for years after the COVID-19 pandemic is finally over.
A Canadian company is telling the government today that its trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine on animals completely blocked the virus, but it must conduct human trials to know whether it
If you're missing warm nights out on Augusta, not to worry! You can celebrate Stage 3 by hanging with your bubble on a patio on Augusta Street.
If you’re feeling conflicted because you want to spend time travelling, but you also want to spend money on Ontario ventures and products, you’re in luck—there are plenty of great travel deals wit
Now that restrictions are starting to lift, and businesses are beginning to reopen, you might be feeling like things are getting back to normal.
Let's keep the patio season going! As more patios open, the more we test and let you know.Take a look at the top 5 patios in Hamilton’s core ready to serve you this week:
With more and more regions throughout Ontario being allowed to enter Stage 3, more businesses are being permitted to reopen, while others are being permitted to offer additional services.
Many foodservice employees are still out of work, as a significant number of restaurants are operating at a deficit and unable to bring on additional staff.
If you're missing warm nights out on Augusta, not to worry! You can celebrate Stage 3 by hanging with your bubble on a patio on Augusta Street.
Have you been to KFC recently and noticed the bucket felt different?
Chocolate Sensations has set up shop on Wilson Street in Ancaster and officially opened their doors to the public on Monday (June 15).
East Hamilton is about to become home to another new retail cannabis store.
A new cannabis store is opening two new locations soon on the Hamilton mountain.
A long-awaited coffee shop has opened in Westdale and it’s generating quite a buzz.
An 80-year-old retired secretary cashed in her winning OLG Bingo ticket.Hamilton’s Elizabeth Sheehan won $100,000 with Instant Bingo Doubler.
Landmark Cinemas has reopened its Hamilton theatre, located inside Jackson Square.The company opened nine of its Ontario locations today (July 31).
As more regions throughout Ontario have moved into Stage 3, the maximum number of people permitted at social gatherings has increased.
Cineplex just announced that it’s reopening 25 theatres across Ontario tomorrow (Friday, July 31), including the Hamilton Mountain location in Hamilton. 
After some media outlets reported otherwise, Hamilton Public Health confirmed in an email to InTheHammer.com that it did, in fact, reach out to Cause & Effect “as a result of a client
TORONTO -- A lobby group says landlords need to be taken "out of the equation" of the government's small business rent relief plan as another month's rent comes due.
Locke Street Shops announced “Seven Saturdays on Locke” will launch Aug 1 and run through Sept 12, 2020.
With more and more regions throughout Ontario being allowed to enter Stage 3, more businesses are being permitted to reopen, while others are being permitted to offer additional services.
This Place: This spectacular newly built waterfront bungalow offers the comfort of cottage living in the heart of the city.Price: $1,388,800
TORONTO -- A Bank of Canada economist says the current economic recovery could be different than the recovery from the financial crisis of 2008.
The month of June saw a significant improvement in home sales in Hamilton-Burlington as the area's progression into Phase 2 of reopening gave buyers and sellers renewed confidence.
If you've ever tried selling your home before, you know just how daunting it can be to find the real estate brokerage that'll work best for you and save you as much money as possible in the process
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum announced Thursday (June 18) that they will be reopening next week as part of Phase 2.
The city of Hamilton has come a long way since George Hamilton first laid down roots here in the early 1800s.
Philip Van Impe was driving in Central Hamilton around midnight near Gage park on Sept. 1, 1985, when he started to experience car trouble.
TORONTO -- The federal government is moving forward with the creation of an independent review commission to consider claims of wrongful convictions.
If you’re yearning to be sitting on a tropical beach, but you don’t want to risk contracting COVID-19 by travelling internationally, there’s good news.
Air Canada has announced it will be gradually reopening its Maple Leaf Lounges in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, albeit with added biosafety protocols
If you’re feeling conflicted because you want to spend time travelling, but you also want to spend money on Ontario ventures and products, you’re in luck—there are plenty of great travel deals wit
Air Canada is urging the federal government to ease the Quarantine Act restrictions
Fresh off announcing its plans to restart operations and play the 2020 season, the Canad
Hamilton’s Forge FC will help kick-off the Canadian Premier League’s return to action in August.
Sheldon Keefe only really noticed the fact his team was playing in front of no fans during Tuesday's national anthem.
TORONTO -- It seems CFL players, coaches, front-office officials and fans aren't the only ones eagerly awaiting the outcome of the league's amendment talks with the CFL Players' Association.