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PHOTOS: Tourists flock to NOTL in face of pandemic threat

The global COVID-19 pandemic and continued recommendations to stay home except for essential travel were of no concern to hoards of tourists that flocked to NOTL over the weekend.

PHOTOS: Sly as a fox

NOTL resident and Lake Report contributor Janice White took this photo of a fox at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club this week.

Council rejects licence decrease for short-term rentals

Evan SaundersSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report In an ongoing struggle to balance the town budget with the needs of local businesses, councillors Monday night near-unanimously...

Editorial: Please, trust the miracle of modern science

The Lake Report is encouraging everyone to register for the COVID-19 vaccine, any vaccine, as early as possible. It’s almost impossible to put into words how...

Pandemic Heroes: Niagara’s emergency medical teams

Niagara's paramedics deserve recognition as Pandemic Heroes, says retired paramedic educator Rick Chandler. In nominating the region's paramedics, he noted that every day they respond to calls...

‘I got the shot:’ NOTLers encourage others to get COVID-19 vaccine

With most of the region's 80-plus population having either got their first COVID-19 vaccination shot or been booked for one, some of those who have already got the jab shared their experiences with The Lake Report.

Eye for Art: Thoughts of spring

Penny-Lynn CooksonSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report For a few days this week the sunshine and warmth truly lifted our spirits to thoughts of spring....

Honoured guards: Town shows appreciation for school crossing guards

Jessalyn DuguaySpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report Bruce Dickson has been helping Niagara-on-the-Lake students get to school safely for three years. The retired Toronto investment executive, who now mans...

Council denies film producer’s request for Queen St. shoot

Councillors denied a request for a low-budget movie to film in downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake on Monday. During Monday’s council meeting, councillors heard a request to film in...

Council honours 1960s handshake deal forGrace United parking spots

Evan SaundersSpecial to The Lake Report Town councillors chose to honour a handshake agreement purportedly made between Grace United Church and the town in the...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: A bird’s-eye view

Here is a postcard, dated circa the First World War, printed by a local publisher named Frank H. Leslie. It is a bird’s-eye view,...

Crossroads celebrates March Break anyway

Crossroads Public School Special to The Lake Report

‘Silly walk’ signs bring smiles through COVID pandemic

Sometimes the smallest gestures that can bring immense joy, especially during a global pandemic. That was the goal of the Vollmer family when they placed two quirky signs...

Almost all 80-plus Niagara residents vaccinated or booked, region says

Almost all of Niagara's 80-plus population has been received at least one COVID shot or has an appointment for the vaccine, the region's public health...

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