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COVID-19: Restaurants can expand patios onto town parking spots for a price

As part of its strategy to help restaurants recover from the COVID-19 shutdown, the town has allowed six restaurant patios to open on private property and has...

Town pushing for high speed internet in rural areas

The Town of NOTL is pushing to get high speed internet to rural areas. Lord Mayor Betty Disero said the town is currently requesting funding...

Pedal Pub anxious to get rolling

NOTL Pedal Pub is anxious to get rolling again, after Niagara Region said it wouldn’t approve the operation of the vehicle on regional roads. The...

Deloitte report highlights areas town can improve

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is doing well in some areas, and underperforming in others, says a $218,100 service review report presented to council Monday.  The...

Town repeals freeze on urban development

Town council has voted to repeal an interim control bylaw that restricted development within the urban area of Old Town. The bylaw, passed on Dec. 5,...

Heritage tax rebate approved by council

After a continuous push from business owners on Queen Street, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake now plans to establish a heritage tax rebate program. The tax rebate...

COVID-19: NOTL Legion reopening patio for members

Editor's note: This story has been corrected. The Legion will be open Thursday through Saturday starting July 2, not Friday to Sunday.   Volunteers are working...

Clients blissful as salons finally reopen

After months of uncertainty, stylists and clients of Bliss Aveda Salon in Virgil are happy to reintroduce a sense of normality to their routine. “It was...

Editorial: Plenty to celebrate this Canada Day

This year we will mark Canada Day like no other July 1 in recent memory. In the COVID-19 era, here in Niagara-on-the-Lake there will be no...

Closing Queen Street isnt so simple, says town CAO

It’s a mixed bag when it comes to opinions on closing Queen Street, Lord Mayor Betty Disero told council Monday. There are a plethora of...

COVID-19: Jet boats overcome troubled waters to salvage season

While the Whirlpool jet boats are literally built for turbulent waters, the COVID-19 pandemic has the company worried about keeping its head above water. John...

Dr. Brown: We need to be wary of future waves of COVID-19

  Dr. William Brown Special to The Lake Report From the beginning in China six to seven months ago, COVID-19 spread like a series of viral wildfires throughout the...

COVID-19: Emergency group to remain in charge for now: Disero

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake will continue to take direction from its emergency control group for now, says Lord Mayor Betty Disero. Having the emergency group in...

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