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Letter: Emergency group decision on Queen Street was undemocratic

Dear editor: The recent move by the mayor and senior staff person of Niagara-on-the-Lake, apparently urged on by the president of the Chamber of Commerce,...

Some visitors like new-look Queen Street

Not everyone is happy about Queen Street being converted to a pedestrian mall, but some residents and visitors are loving it. NOTL resident Nancy Drope,...

Pumphouse hosting reno tours to mark reopening

Doors at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre have been closed to visitors since the beginning of 2019, but they are almost ready to be...

Ghost Walks bring their spook back to NOTL

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s famous Ghost Walks are up and running again, offering a spooky time in “Canada’s most haunted town.” Daniel Cumerlato, owner of Ghost Walks, said...

Barrie man charged in NOTL break and enter

A man from Barrie has been charged in relation to a Niagara-on-the-Lake break and enter. The break-in took place in the area of Stewart Road and...

Deloitte service review outlines $1M in savings, new revenue for town

Parking and user fees, improved procurement among suggestions by consulting firm   A 104-page report by consulting firm Deloitte shows that while there is "room for improvement," the town...

Region defers mandatory mask decision

After more than four hours of sometimes contentious debate Wednesday, Niagara regional councillors had not come to an agreement about whether to make masks mandatory...

Editorial: Fill council vacancy by appointment

Stuart McCormack caught his colleagues and Niagara-on-the-Lake residents off-guard last week when he announced he was quitting his job as a town councillor. We respect...

Responsible tourism group wants to protect way of life for residents

A new resident group has formed in Niagara-on-the-Lake, advocating for sustainable and responsible tourism. The group, called Voters for Sustainable Tourism emerged June 26, and has...

New NOTL firefighter tells women to ‘just go for it’

For Rebecca van der Zalm, being a firefighter was not something that was on her radar for most of her life. She didn’t dream of...

Randall rescue: CAO and family help save couplein Niagara River

  What started out as an evening of tubing and fun on the Niagara River ended with a scare for the Randall family. Sheldon Randall, interim...

Runner-up O’Connor says she’s interested in fillingcouncil seat

After the sudden resignation of Niagara-on-the-Lake Coun. Stuart McCormack last week, town council must now find someone to fill his seat. Lord Mayor Betty Disero...

Pigs and chickens and goats, oh my

Two people, nearly 500 barnyard animals and a whole lot of love. 

Businesses have mixed opinions on Queen Street closure

Some hate it, some quite like it and some think it needs more time. Business owners in downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake have mixed opinions about Queen Street being...

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