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Maya Webster, 9,continues fight for diabetes research

NOTL youngster joins Kids for a Cure as delegate and calls for more support   Nine-year-old Maya Webster says she will continue advocating for Type 1 diabetes research...

Remembrance Day: Lewis Lambert: A veteran’s story gets new life

In 1987, the Niagara on the Lake Legion, Branch 124, interviewed and recorded more than 150 life and service vignettes of its members, saving...

Dr. Brown: Nobel-winning gene research could also have damaging effects

The Nobel series at the NOTL Library continues with the chemistry prize on Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. To view the series, register through the library’s website, notlpubliclibrary.org.   Dr....

$100,000 fundraising drive for nursery school kicks off

The Niagara Nursery School has launched fundraising efforts for its $2-million expansion project at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre. The school is hoping to raise $100,000 through...

Niagara’s History Unveiled: The story of Niagara Falls part 1

The sound of water thundering over a precipice has created a fascination for people over the ages and we in the Niagara Region are...

Remembrance Day: NOTL Legion’s Memories Project preserves the past

  Over the years, Allan Howse has been a frequent president of Branch 124 of the Royal Canadian Legion, and the self-avowed nurturer of what’s...

Arch-i-text: The gentle heating solution

Most of us have been in an old building that sported cast iron radiators. Whether the plain cast utilitarian version or ornately decorated upscale...

Letter: Traffic, trash and other boondoggles in prettiest dysfunctional town in the colonies

Dear editor: As a resident for 20-plus years of the prettiest dysfunctional town in the colonies, it behooves me to comment on a few of...

Letter: It’s time for bird bangers to be regulated by town

Dear editor: The time has come ... bird bangers need to be regulated. I believe it is time to revisit the issue of bird bangers on...

Letter: Letting government take over nursing homes is not the answer

Dear editor: Everyone knows for-profit nursing homes are responsible for the unnecessary death of several COVID patients in their care. Clearly there was and likely still...

Letter: Public criticism of volunteers unwarranted

Dear editor: As a longtime resident of Chautauqua (50 years), and a past member and president of our residents association, I feel compelled to respond...

Letter: 5 of 9 directors resigned from residents association board

Dear editor: I am writing further to an Oct. 29 opinion piece in The Lake Report by Victor Tarnoy, "Trouble in paradise; Chautauqua needs strong voice to...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Second World War salvage drive

During the Second World War, the Newark chapter of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) held weekly salvage drives to...

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