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Sendzik talks St. Catharines age-friendly award

The city of St. Catharines received Ontario's Age-Friendly Community Recognition Award on March 26, in recognition of its age-friendly community action plan, "A City for...

Spots open for Garage Sale at the Gale

Clean out your attics and basements, because the city of Niagara Falls is looking for volunteers for its annual Garage Sale at the Gale...

VIDEO/PHOTO GALLERY: Malcolmson Eco Park controlled burn

A controlled burn at Malcolmson Eco Park in St. Catharines went off basically without a hitch on Monday, said the project's burn chief Greg Eckhardt.

Monday Punday with David Green: Apr. 9, 2018

What's up with David this week? He'll be hosting Niagara's Top Comic at Showtime Comedy and Entertainment in St. Catharines this Thursday, as well as...

Niagara Region photo of the week

Title: The Old Scow Description: The Old Scow, a wreck visible at Niagara Falls, will be 100 years old this August. Photographer: Bobbie Johnston, Niagara Falls

Fatal collision in Niagara Falls

A 75-year-old man was killed Sunday after losing control of his 2011 Chevrolet pickup truck and striking a tree in Niagara Falls. Police say the collision occured...

Brock open house draws thousands

Brock University saw around 4,200 prospective students tour its campus during an open house Sunday. “The vibe has been terrific, with tons of energy,” said...

Welland convenience store robbed

A Welland convenience store was the victim of an armed robbery on Friday. Police say the incident occurred around 10 p.m. when a suspect entered...

Two females assaulted, robbed in Niagara Falls

Two females were violently assaulted and robbed at a casino in Niagara Falls Friday. Police say the incident occurred following an “agreed upon money exchange...

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