13.7 C
Sunday, September 25, 2022

Daily Archives: Jan 22, 2020

Try searching for your interests:

Jamaican schools receive soccer balls from NOTL farm worker and community

The 23 soccer balls, which were collected in the fall and brought to Jamaica by local farm worker Prophet Elisha Steele, have been delivered into thankful hands.

Queen Street parking is a royal mess

If you’re coming to downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake you better sort out where you’re going to park because as many residents, business owners and employees who work along the...

Legion membership continues to grow each year

More newcomers and longtime residents are turning to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Legion to give back and connect with the community; the organization welcomed more new...

For Our Kids Niagara activists recruiting members from NOTL

A group of concerned parents are trying to add some urgency to local climate discussions by giving a “practical idea of small things” to...

Local start-up partners with Niagara College to create innovative mobility device

A local start-up partnered with Niagara College’s Research and Innovation division to roll out a new mobility device for the aging population; the Ambulation,...

Wine or water? Police draw flack from NOTL residents for not charging protesters

Some Niagara-on-the-Lake residents are criticizing the Niagara Regional Police for not enforcing the law after protesters were seen, accompanied by an underage girl, opening wine bottles...

Library offers connection with new Wi-Fi hotspot devices available for loan

No internet? No problem. The Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library is making the internet more accessible with two new Wi-Fi hotspot devices available for loan. The program...

Updated: Council approves 8.62% municipal tax hike

Editor's note: An earlier version of this story contained some erroneous budget numbers for individual expenditures. The Lake Report regrets the errors. The average Niagara-on-the-Lake homeowner...

St. Michael Catholic elementary teachers join one-day walkout

Teachers from St. Michael Catholic Elementary School in Virgil walked off the job Tuesday morning, protesting government cuts to education. 

- A word from our sponsors -


Follow us