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COVID UPDATE: NRP officer tests positive, NOTL sees rise in cases

The following is an update on COVID-19 in Niagara-on-the-Lake. _________________________ The Niagara Regional Police Service says a "frontline uniform member" has tested positive for COVID-19. It is the...

NOTL repeals mask bylaw, will use provincial law

Niagara-on-the-Lake council has repealed its mandatory mask bylaw and will follow the province's mask restrictions instead. The motion to repeal was made Wednesday evening by Coun. Wendy Cheropita...

Letter: No bylaw officers at large protest

The following letter was sent to Lord Mayor Betty Disero on Tuesday. On Sunday, Oct. 11, the “anti-horse brigade” was out with more than 30 people. May...

Shaw aims to resume shows in May

The Shaw Festival plans to return to the stage in May with a reduced 2021 season. Many of the productions originally scheduled for 2020 will now appear...

Harvest time: Behind the scenes bringing in the grapes

Early mornings, long days and always at the mercy of Mother Nature

Editorial: Library a welcome mix of old and new

There’s a stark contrast to the modern Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library and what you might expect to find in a town steeped in rich local history....

Town cuts community centre hours

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is reducing operating hours at the community centre due to a "massive decline" in people using the gyms facilities. As of Oct.14, the...

Derek Shervill, 88, was a fixture in Chautauqua

Shaun Devlin Special to The Lake Report Derek Shervill, a longtime resident of Niagara-on-the-Lake, died suddenly on Oct. 8 and residents of Chautauqua lost a longtime...

Lions pies raise money for youth sports

If you got a Thanksgiving pie from the Niagara Lions Club, you got a little bit of love from across the community. The fruit was...

Dr. Brown: Equations, blackholes and theNobel for physics

Dr. William Brown is a professor of neurology at McMaster University and co-founder of the Infohealth series at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library.   Dr. William Brown Special...

Arch-i-Text: A happy home?

  Liveability is a word I use a great deal when speaking to residential design. In fact, I am fairly confident that the clients who enlist...

Bi-weekly garbage pickup starts next week

Niagara-on-the-Lake's new alternate-week garbage collection schedule starts Oct. 19. The change, along with new collection contractor Miller Waste, means homes in NOTL will only be...

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