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NOTL winery Queenston Mile’s Taco Bell partnershipdraws international media attention

In a world grown weary of COVID-19 case counts and bleak economic outlooks, Queenston Mile winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake gave us all something to smile about last...

Editorial: Virgil Business Association deserves a big thank you for park vision

It’s been a long road, but year after year, Centennial Sports Park in Virgil keeps getting better and better. The continued improvements are largely the...

Editorial: Parents, please make sure kids wear helmets

For the safety of all the kids using the new skatepark, parents should ensure their kids are wearing helmets when they go out to...

Healing Cycle ride to support NOTL Palliative Care

Bonnie Bagnulo is excited about this year’s Healing Cycle ride for palliative care and is encouraging as many people as possible to come out to the main...

Legion fish fry sells out first week

The Legion fish fry made its post-COVID return last Thursday and demand was higher than ever – orders sold out by about 6 p.m. as...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Lakeview House

This is a watercolour of the Lakeview House-Riverside-Harbour Inn. The inn was built near the corner of Melville Street and River Beach Road in...

Conversation group helps keep German alive in NOTL

Use it or lose it: these are words to live by for Yvonne McMorrough, founder of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s German Conversation Group. Since 2016, a small group...

Businesses can apply for NOTL’s tourism recovery grant

Businesses in Niagara-on-the-Lake can now apply for a bit of of extra money to help with tourism-related projects during the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant, dubbed...

Shaw launches series of free outdoor shows

The Shaw Festival has launched a new, free, limited-capacity outdoor festival series to try to bring music and dance to the community. About 40 bespoke concerts will be...

Keeping it Green: Recycling isnot a catch-all solution

Kyra Simone Special to The Lake Report Garbage collection is changing in Niagara. If you kick-start your recycling habits now, you’ll be prepared for Oct. 19 when...

Carriage operator wants residents to support farm animal protection bill

Laura Sentineal wants residents to make it clear to the provincial government that horse carriages should be protected under Ontario's Bill 156. For the last year,...

Sunday services resume at Redbrick Church, many other NOTL churches to resume service soon

Sunday services have resumed at Niagara United Mennonite's Redbrick Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake and lead pastor Daniel Janzen said it's been going well so far. The church...

Terry Fox Run 40th anniversary celebrated in NOTL

While this year's Terry Fox Run was much different, there was a common theme that resonated with Terry's message: Nothing, not even a global pandemic,...

Niagara Health teams working to accommodate increase in demand for COVID testing

Niagara Health says it's working to accomodate an increasing demand for COVID-19 testing. In a news release, the organization said there has been a "significant...

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