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Daily Archives: May 27, 2020

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Letter: Apology for washroom statement that changed

Dear editor:  I wanted to apologize for any inconvenience to you and the paper I may have caused.  When we spoke last Tuesday night, we talked...

Simpson’s Pharmacy promotion will help United Way and Red Roof Retreat

Sean Simpson of Simpson’s Pharmasave is at it again, thinking of new, creative ways to support the Niagara community. The store is offering a 10 per...

22,500: Number of weekend vehicles entering town doubles since start of May

The number of cars coming into NOTL last weekend has more than doubled since the beginning of May, according to numbers recorded by the Town...

Province is opening too fast: Disero

Lord Mayor Betty Disero says she thinks the province is returning to normal too quickly. “I am concerned they’re opening too fast,” she said. “For them to...

Editorial: Transparency, public information and COVID-19

We are thankful to see that after two months of opaque refusals to tell Niagara residents how many people in each community have been...

Garage sales ‘not recommended,’ says mayor

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is asking people not to hold garage sales during the state of emergency due to COVID-19. As of press time Wednesday,...

The Checkout: COVID-19: Smalltown grocers are community social hubs

The Checkout   NOTL resident John Scott is chair of Niagara College, as well as a former CEO, current board member and retail adviser in the grocery...

Innovation in Wine Country: Part 6: Henry of Pelham Winery running ‘flat out’with new production facilities

Editor's note: Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, we launched our series on Innovation in Wine Country to focus on innovation and expansion in the industry....

Willow’s power knocked out by garbage truck

Electrical power to Willow Cakes & Pastries was cut off around 9:30 Monday morning after a passing garbage truck yanked the service line out of the building.  “All of...

COVID-19: NOTL considers allowing restaurants to open patios

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is looking at ways restaurants and businesses might be able to expand onto municipal property to allow them to reopen and to...

First phase of heritage trail improvement set to begin

Work is expected to begin in early June on the first phase of preserving and rehabilitating the Upper Canada Heritage Trail in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The section...

COVID-19: The social medium is the message

Town of NOTL team takes creative approach to communicating with residents during pandemic

COVID-19: Hydro execs pitch plan for widespread COVID testing, lab in NOTL

The prime minister wants more people tested for COVID-19. The premier says anyone who fears they might have been exposed to the virus should...

NOTL has had 21 cases of COVID-19 so far, region says. All but 3 patients have recovered

After repeated requests from residents and political representatives, Niagara Region public health has released the total case numbers of COVID-19 by municipality. Niagara-on-the-Lake has had a total...

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