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Window visits at NOTL nursing home bring joy in dark times

Shelby HautalaSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report With COVID-19 restricting our lives for the past year, one Niagara family has turned a negative situation into a joyful one. When...

Editorial: In the ‘stay home’ stretch

There are a lot of people out there who are questioning the advice of Niagara’s top doctor, Mustafa Hirji. And they couldn’t be more wrong. Hirji...

NOTL wantsintegrated regional transit, but opposes assessment-based funding

NOTL councillors are keen on the prospect of an integrated transit system across the entire Niagara region, but have no interest in using an...

Pandemic Heroes: NOTL’s pharmacists

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s independent pharmacists have been thinking outside the box since the beginning of this pandemic – which is one of the reasons they have both been...

COVID variants a big concern, as public health investigates 33 cases

Dangerous COVID-19 variants are making their way to Niagara. On Monday, the region's chief medical officer of health Dr. Mustafa Hirji said there were 33 cases...

Coyote Dynasty: Hunters say what they do is legal and needed

Randy Norris says he's been hunting coyotes in Niagara-on-the-Lake legally for 30 years.

Man arrested after quick joy ride in Shelby Cobra

Niagara Regional Police have arrested a 49-year-old Thorold man after someone entered a Niagara-on-the-Lake garage and took a Shelby Cobra replica for a short joy ride. Police...

Dr. Brown: Tools for studying the human brain keep improving

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...

Shaw Festival gets $1 million from province

Grant is part of program to help arts organizations bounce back from pandemic   The Shaw Festival is getting $1 million from the province to help it recover...

Arch-i-text: Rise of developers

Prior to 1945, there were no “residential housing developers” as we know them today. Certainly there had been successful builders who would purchase a piece...

Socks for Change back at Virgil Avondale

Despite COVID restrictions and a provincial lockdown, collections for Socks for Change at the Virgil Avondale store are more than halfway to last year’s fundraising total. Enough...

What’s NOTL’s sexiest building?

Museum's fun online contest seeks to answer the question   Bernard Lansbergen Special to Niagara Now What is the sexiest building in Niagara-on-the-Lake? Is it Locust Grove on Hunter Road or...

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