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Police worry as tensions rise over carriage protests

Threats, criminal behaviour won't be tolerated, senior officer says. But Charter ensures protesters can have their say   Editor’s note: This is the second part of a series focusing on...

Editorial: Take care swimming at NOTL’s beaches

Tragically, a family's dog died last week shortly after swimming in the waters of Lake Ontario off Ryerson Park in NOTL. Exposure to blue-green...

Editorial: Ambassadors program a novel idea

Kudos to the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, members of the Shaw Guild, particularly Laurie Harley and Cheryl Morris, and Couns. Wendy Cheropita and Gary Burroughs for working to establish an...

New fire truck comes with $1.4M price tag

NOTL has a new $1.4-million fire truck. The truck, a 2019 Rosenbauer Cobra 101’ aerial platform, is operating out of Station 1 in Old Town and is...

Speed limit reduced on Concession 6 Road

The speed limit on Concession 6 Road between Niagara Stone Road and Line 2 Road is likely to be lowered to 70 km/h from 80 km/h. Town councillors...

Town to expand tennis courts at Memorial Park

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake will be expanding the Memorial Park tennis courts, with work starting the week of Aug. 24. Two additional playing courts will be added to...

Abandoned historic Breakenridge house to be restored

One of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s oldest Regency houses is getting a makeover.

Vandals cause $1,000 damage at historic former Virgil school

NOTL resident Filomena Pisano made a startling discovery Thursday when she arrived at her new art gallery inside the former Virgil public school. Someone had broken multiple windows, smashed a...

Yellow Door Theatre holding youth auditions for new musical

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Yellow Door Theatre Project is holding youth auditions after receiving grants for a new musical production. The youth-based musical-theatre non-profit received a grant of...

NOTL back to zero active COVID cases

After a brief spike in active COVID-19 cases, Niagara-on-the-Lake is back to zero, according to Niagara Region Public Health. Lord Mayor Betty Disero said it’s...

Town of NOTL receives $500K from province for pandemic relief

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is getting about $500,000 from the Ontario government to help with losses due to COVID-19. Lord Mayor Betty Disero said she’s grateful...

Arch-i-text: Peter Secord house among the first

When the first Loyalists mustered out of militia regiments like Butler’s Rangers in late 1779 and early 1780, the Crown had not developed any...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Old Simcoe Park swings

Once military reserve land, Simcoe Park was previously leased by the Town of Niagara for the enjoyment of its residents. It was a gated...

Opinion: Masked locals light up NOTL life

Ross Robinson Special to The Lake Report What to do next? I already have my Christmas tree up and my ladder is out of the shed to get the lights...

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