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Free vegetables available at library, courtesy of Communities in Bloom

NOTLers have a new place to get fresh veggies – for free, or an optional donation. The Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library is branching out and, together with the...

The last spikes: Vintage rail laid at old repair pit

After several months of talks with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, an authentic railroad track has finally been installed on the former engine repair pit along...

Youth urged to get COVID shotbefore school starts

Unvaccinated kids 12-17 need first dose by next Tuesday With just over one-third of 12- to 17-year-olds fully vaccinated, Niagara Region public health is pushing...

Editorial: Public information: Part 2

This is the second in a series of editorials about access to public information. Read part 1 here. When a person is charged with a...

Ross’ Ramblings: A proposal of Olympian proportions

Sometimes it seems a higher power gets involved in our lives, creating an unique tableau that will be remembered forever. On Sunday evening, as the sun...

Council Roundup: Pedal Pub gets another lease on life in NOTL

The future is looking good for the Pedal Pub a year after a town council tried to bar it from operating in Niagara-on-the-Lake. On Monday council...

Balls Beach parking stays closed,town looks for more shoreline launch areas

The Balls Beach parking area will remain closed for another six months while the town looks for alternative areas to create launches for kayaks and paddle...

Carriage horses rescued from slaughterhouses, supporters say

A petition supporting horse-drawn carriages has garnered more than 2,800 signatures since it was launched on July 6 with international support coming from England and Ireland. Organizers...

New Pumphouse exhibit first since lockdown

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is back and opening its first art exhibit since pandemic lockdowns ended. For the month of August, the exhibit titled Bistros...

Niagara College wins double gold for Sauvignon Blanc

Niagara College has a new reason to boast about its wines, after taking home a double gold for its 2019 Balance Sauvignon Blanc at...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Post office circa 1900s

Recognize this building? It was previously the Niagara-on-the-Lake Post Office during the early 1900s. The man standing outside is likely the postmaster, Joseph Healey,...

Is it hateful? Experts talk about ‘traditional marriage’ sign

A sign celebrating "traditional marriage" in Niagara-on-the-Lake recently caused a firestorm, after a neighbour and member of the LQBTQ+ community took to social media...

Town OKs expansion of Royal Oak School

Royal Oak School is expanding again, leasing two more rooms in the old NOTL hospital on Wellington Street where the school operates. The independent school was started...

Pumphouse gives $200 scholarship

NOTL's Olivia Miele has 200 reasons to be excited as she prepares to head to college. The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre presented Miele, 18, with...

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