How many Burlington peeps have been so hungry, at a certain point you’re not even hungry anymore? There’s hangry, and then there’s new levels of misery.
Burlington is known for winning and twinning — one of its sister cities is Itabashi, Japan (a suburban ward in Tokyo)
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton from Jan.
They're drawn to Brant St. for obvious reasons but hipsters are now leaving coconut oil stains across Oakville, Burlington, and Milton. From Lakeshore Rd. to Kerr St.
Construction of Burlington's new multi-use pathway is currently underway.The next phase is adding two new sculptures to brighten up a passerby's day.
The last few years have seen unprecedented urban development in Burlington, with a vocal number of residents suggesting that all the densification is driving small businesses from the downtown core
If you were outside today, you no doubt noticed it was a hot one (this summer certainly hasn't followed in last year's chillier footsteps).
Officers are investigating the discovery of a dead body today in Burlington.At 6:19 p.m., a citizen called 911 after spotting a body floating in Lake Ontario.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of July 7 to July 13 based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
So you’re looking for a place to get spooked. 
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton from Jan.
They're drawn to Brant St. for obvious reasons but hipsters are now leaving coconut oil stains across Oakville, Burlington, and Milton. From Lakeshore Rd. to Kerr St.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton for the week of July 7 to July 13 based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inhalton.com.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Halton from Jan.
Bears. Beet burgers. Battlestar Galactica. Some people are into Meatless Mondays or Tofu Thursdays while others could dig into veggie burgers daily.
Forgive me for being hangry most times, Oakville peeps. I’m all about eating, if you haven’t caught on, and have been to places across town trying new things and old favourites.
For the past few months, the word “Jollibee” has been on everyone’s lips. Why?
We hear a lot of news about new stores and restaurants in Oakville but it never gets less exciting.
A superb restaurant that's expanding to Halton Hills is set to open it doors and we've got a tentative timeline for its opening date.
Oakville is about to get even healthier!
Millennials don’t know much about investing, a new study finds.
Car insurance rates are high across Ontario.Including here in Halton.
So, you’re home from work or school, or binge-watching shows on a lazy Sunday, using the ever-handy streaming service Netflix. It’s a common situation.
Do you know exactly how much it costs to own a car? If your answer was no, you are not alone.
Inhalton.com  recently documented major changes coming to north Oakville, with plans for new green spac
Demolition is underway in Oakville for the Bronte Village Mall redevelopment.
There's a new place in Burlington to quench your thirst.And it's just in time for the dog days of summer.Real Fruit Bubble Tea opened up in Burlington Mall last month.
Although there’s been a few bad news stories circulating, we’re happy to say that brick and mortar retail is far from dead.
Inhalton.com  recently documented major changes coming to north Oakville, with plans for new green spac
If you're about to go house hunting in Oakville, Burlington or Milton this summer, you are not alone—people are overcoming their real estate (fears spurred by a volatile 2017 and subsequent govern
Although there are lots of new developments happening around Burlington lately, there are also moves to redevelop existing residential neighbourhoods as well.
Yes, you read that headline correctly—yoga with pygmy goats (the adorable little barnyard animals) is coming to Burlington.
Ever wish you could go back in time and and reminisce about what Oakville used to look like? Well, time travel still doesn't exist, but we have the next best thing: Technology.
The last time my friend Hans was in town we wound up at Spencer Smith Park, stumbling upon Louise, a stone bench which was a gift from one of Burlington’s twin cities, Apeldoorn (the other is Itaba
There are too many times I’d love to toss my phone into Lake Ontario and/or smash it with a sledgehammer and throw the pieces into a bonfire — since this would ruin many, many lives, I suppose a #