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Suspected puppy mill raided In NOTL

Residents of a lakefront Niagara-on-the-Lake neighbourhood were shaken up Wednesday afternoon as officials from Provincial Animal Welfare raided a suspected puppy mill at 115 Delater...

Letter: Please don’t close Commons to off-leash dogs

Dear editor:  The following was sent to Lisa Curtis of Parks Canada in response to the story, "Commons off-leash dog park is under review," The...

Eye for Art: ‘Christs Entry into Brussels in 1889’

Penny-Lynn CooksonSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report Sunday, July 11, 2021, will remain a day not easily forgotten by football fans. The Euro Cup 2020 was...

Dr. Brown: The Big Bang and the creation of our universe

For much of human history, the Earth was firmly planted at the centre of the known universe – a reasonable assertion given that the...

Lukas Smith remembered as caring, passionate adventurer

Thirteen-year-old Riley Smith had three words for the driver who struck and killed his father Lukas on Sunday night. “I forgive you.” “That’s what my dad would have wanted...

Editorial: One step at a time

Someone posted a comment online this week noting he could tell we were approaching some form of social normalcy – finally – because a...

Conflict mars busy council planning meeting

Development, a controversial hot-button issue in Niagara-on-the-Lake, was the focus of a committee of the whole meeting on Monday. Councillors' frustrations over feeling limited in their ability...

Accused in pedestrian fatality back in court in October

A Niagara-on-the-Lake man is to appear in court in October on a charge of failing to report an accident in connection with the death...

New NOTL juice bar uses two pounds of produce per bottle

Bernard LansbergenThe Lake Report Renowned chef Karrie Galvin has worn many different hats throughout her career and now she has started a new chapter by opening...

Council roundup: New medical centre aims for April opening

Shovels will be in the ground sooner than later for the planned new medical centre on Garrison Village Drive. Developer John Hawley, president of Traditional Neighbourhood...

Over a century later, the Grist carries on where Sleeman left off

The St. Davids brewing scene has grown with the long-awaited opening of Grist Craft Kitchen and Brewery on Four Mile Creek Road. Proprietor Robert...

Construction disruptions coming on Niagara Stone Road

Disruptions to residents and businesses along Niagara Stone Road are coming once the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake begins watermain replacement construction on July 19. The affected...

Gardening: ‘Lasagna’ style layering reaps rich soil

This is the eighth in a 10-week gardening column series, organized by the Niagara-on-the-Lake Communities in Bloom committee. Joanne Young Special to The Lake Report No. Lasagna gardening...

New book about women’s contributions is a historical society landmark

John Sayers Special to The Lake Report As the publishing arm of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum, the Niagara Historical Society has a record of more than a...

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