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Grace United jam sale a sweet success

NOTL’s Grace United Church was busy selling jams this weekend. The jams, made by church members, including John Greaves, a relative of the well-known Greaves...

NOTL design studio reopens as Madra Rua

A design studio specializing in the production of printed textiles and homewares has reopened under a new name and invited other local female-owned businesses to celebrate together. Pop-ups...

Letter: Noise bylaw would hurt way of life for NOTL residents and businesses

Dear editor: The businesses and citizens of Niagara-on-the-Lake have serious concerned about a draft noise bylaw that would affect their viability and way of life...

Liz Hawley was a creative community builder

Liz Hawley was creative, caring and compassionate. She was a community builder in Niagara-on-the-Lake, having unofficially helped with projects like Voices of Freedom Park and Landscape...

Arch-i-text: A French royalist in Niagara

The politics of Revolutionary France was a battleground of conflicting philosophies and interests; as Joseph-Geneviève de Puisaye and other members of the constitutional monarchist...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Farmerette

Here is a photo of a farmerette from the Second World War working on one of the local farms with her supervisor, Mr. Woods....

Editorial: Town and police need to enforce laws on protesters

Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Regional Police — where are you? The ongoing carriage protests have become more than a nuisance to residents and visitors — and...

Carriage operators frustrated by lack of police enforcement

Residents, carriage operators accuse police of not acting on protesters out of fear of Charter battle   Editor’s note: This is the first of a series focusing on the...

New private guided tours and extended hours at Fort George this summer

The gates are opening at Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake with the announcement of small private guided tours on Wednesdays and extended opening hours from...

MJ’s fry-day to support woman with MS

A Niagara business is stepping up to help a former employee and family friend raise money to fund accessibility needs for her mother who has multiple sclerosis.  On...

Major franchises Swiss Chalet and Harvey’s could be coming to Virgil

Two major corporate fast-food franchises are knocking on NOTL’s door. Initial discussions about a Harvey’s and Swiss Chalet in Virgil took place at an urban design...

Music Niagara hosts free double bill Sunday

Richard Baker Special to The Lake Report This Sunday, Music Niagara continues its At Home Series with music produced by two strikingly different instruments.  One is all touch and a mainstay of all music; the other is...

Golf: McCulloch wins NOTL Legends Cup

A new Legend was crowned at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club this week as Doug McCulloch won the annual Legends Cup competition. The tournament, played over...

Pumphouse reopens with tour and online art auction

Events at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre will look a little bit different in 2020.  Eight months into the year, the Pumphouse was able to...

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