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NOTL’s other carriage company owner has a different viewpoint on protests

Jeff Sentineal is OK with actions of animal rights activists, but many, including his brother Fred see them as aggressive harassers   When it comes to the ongoing protests...

Memories of 9/11: Mayor, MPP and chamber president recall where they were

One was asleep, one was at Home Depot, another was anxiously trying to find colleagues who were headed to the World Trade Center in New...

Letter: We’re quite happy with changes made to the heritage trail

Dear editor: We read this week’s issue The Lake Report (and other publications) articles and letters concerning the preparations for the Charlotte to East and West Line section of...

Museum’s 10-part Cemetery Stories series goes online

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum is bringing NOTL’s most loved historic characters online through its virtual Cemetery Stories, which will be offered in lieu of the...

Town denied funding for $5M St. Davids pool

With major grant application rejected, future of project is unclear  The province has rejected the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake's bid for funding for the new St....

Arch-i-Text: They liked to move it

When I first began studying Niagara’s architecture in preparation for writing the “Heirloom Guide to Architectural House Styles” (online: www.heirloomhomeguide.ca), I was struck by...

Councillors not ready to resumein-person meetings yet

With second wave of COVID-19 looming, virtual meetings will continue for NOTL officials   Niagara-on-the-Lake councillors aren't ready to head back to the council chambers just yet. Lord...

Man arrested after wild incident at NOTL outlet mall

A 28-year-old man has been arrested after a Mercedes was car-jacked in the parking lot of the Niagara-on-the-Lake outlet mall following a foot chase by mall...

117 kilos of suspected cocaine seized at Queenston-Lewiston bridge

The Canadian Border Services Agency says it seized 117 kilograms of suspected cocaine at the border near Niagara-on-the-Lake. The agency said a lone male hauling a tractor-trailer...

Golf: Bayne, Townley win annual junior-senior tourney

The team of Andrew Bayne and Brodie Townley emerged victorious in the NOTL Golf Club's annual junior-senior competition. Bayne and Townley carded an even-par 36 for nine...

Two Music Niagara concerts celebrate Beethoven’s 250th

Richard Baker Special to The Lake Report Any survey of Western classical music over the past three centuries would undoubtedly place Bach, Mozart and Brahms among...

Happy Rolph’s to get accessibility upgrade, playground to get name change

NOTE: This story has been updated to correct an error. Originally the story said Happy Rolph's was getting a name change. In fact, just...

Letter: Wellness committee welcomes on-demand transit to NOTL

Dear editor: NOTL's Community Wellness Committee wholeheartedly supports the implementation of the on-demand transit pilot program in Niagara-on-the-Lake, as announced by the town on Sept. 3. This new...

Letter: Heritage trail has become a roadway

Dear editor: Along with other residents, particularly those like myself whose property backs on to the old railway and the Upper Canada Heritage Trail, I have...

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