Today in Photos.
Hamilton, Ontario, September 4, 2018 – Josh Chapman, a first year Engineering student from McMaster, found a quiet spot on the bike trail on Cootes Drive near the university to get in a little practice on the trumpet Tuesday. Photo by: Barry Gray, The Hamilton Spectator.
Hamilton, Ontario -Sept 3 ,2018-A youth skateboards around the bandshell in Gage Park Monday morning. John Rennison / The Hamilton Spectator
Sept 4, 2018-The Hamilton Public Library has partnered with the Canadian Country Music Awards and is hosting free noon-hour concerts at the HPL’s Main Branch featuring local country acts.The series kicked off Tuesday with a performance by The Redhill Valleys. They are (L-R) Tim Allard, Chelsea McWilliams, Danielle Beaudin and Matt Soliveri. Country Music Week kicks off in Hamilton Sept 6 and runs until Sept.9 with the Canadian Country Music Awards being broadcast live from FirstOntario Centre Sunday night. Photo by Scott Gardner, The Hamilton Spectator
Sept 4, 2018-Red Hill Valley’s singer and bassist Chelsea McWilliams is congratulated by a fan after the band’s set. Photo by Scott Gardner, The Hamilton Spectator
Hamilton, Ontario, Sept 4,2018 – A couple and their pooch enjoy a paddle on Cootes Paradise Tuesday afternoon photographing birds and inevitably the field filled with golden rod that lines the shores of Princess Point. Cathie Coward / Hamilton Spectator
Hamilton, September 4, 2018 – A crew of 8 intermediate level rowers from the Leander Boat Club carefully carry their sweeping boat into the storage shed. These rowers ages 11-17 are part of the club’s recreational group. Pier 4 park nearing sunset. Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator.
Hamilton, September 5, 2018 -Police photograph a suspect vehicle at the scene of a hit and run accident at King and Hess Streets. Paramedics were called to the area at 5:32 a.m. for reports a pedestrian was hit. Police say a 32-year-old man was walking on King St. W. when he was struck by a car. Initial reports from police say the driver of that vehicle fled across King, causing a chain reaction of crashes as he struck another car which caused that car to hit a third vehicle. Gary Yokoyama, The Hamilton Spectator. See story by Nicole O’Reilly