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Newark Neighbours’ food drive a big success

The Newark Neighbours food drive was a resounding success last weekend, thanks to the generosity of more than 150 donors. Nearly 1,500 individual items were...

Fire causes $1.5 million in damage to house in Old Town

A fire caused extensive damage to Niagara-on-the-Lake home on Tuesday.

Town ordersparking restrictions, hikesfines near Ryerson Park

Parking restrictions and increased fines are coming to the Chautauqua neighbourhood. The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake will launch a pilot project in the area around Ryerson...

Ford government criticized for outdoor restrictions as thousands visit NOTL on weekend

Data shows over 100,000 visitors to NOTL on weekend as COVID fatigue wears on residents and businesses Mobile phone data shows over 100,000 people entered...

Editorial: A solution for Ryerson Park

It's been a good week for residents living near NOTL's Ryerson Park. Going back to last fall, people residing near the lakeside park finally had...

Town cuts pickleball court hours

The town has served up a five-year memorandum of understanding with the NOTL Pickleball Club that reduces the hours of operation of the group's outdoor courts by...

After The Pandemic: Taking that anniversary trip to Europe

Now that more and more people are getting vaccinated and there is finally a clear pathway out of this pandemic, we will periodically check in...

Council cuts short-term rental licensing fees by33%

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has agreed to reduce licensing fees for short-term rental owners by 33 per cent this year, a request that had...

Eye for Art: A point to lookout

Penny-Lynn Cookson Special to Niagara Now/The Lake Report It’s spring and what a pleasure it is to be on the grass in Ryerson Park sharing with...

RotaryClubbuying oxygen concentrator to helpIndia’s COVID crisis

Fatima BaigSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report The Niagara-on-the-Lake Rotary Club is working with Rotary International to raise money to donate an oxygen concentrator to India. Many people in...

Council rejects proposed parking bylaw moratorium

Permit system to be explored for residents of Niagara on the Green area   Niagara-on-the-Lake town council narrowly rejected a motion to stop enforcing a bylaw...

At 85, NOTL author launches her first novel

Jean Baker's 'Albatross Hall' features famous historical characters, including Napoleon and Duke of Wellington Brittney Cutler Special to The Lake Report At 85, Jean Baker is a lover of...

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