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Grace United market shows some of the best of NOTL

Iris Guo moved to Niagara-on-the-Lake earlier this year and says she loves the people, the scenery and class of the town. There was no better place to...

Editorial: Dedication personified

We have written many times about how Niagara-on-the-Lake's community volunteers are the backbone of this very special town. Without the hard work, whether in the...

NOTL volunteers honoured by town

After a hiatus due to COVID-19, the annual Lord Mayor's Volunteer Awards have returned, honouring 11 of Niagara-on-the-Lake's many outstanding volunteers for their selfless charity and community work.

Pumphouse sale features 300 donated artworks

Everyone at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is gearing up for its major art sale next week. The annual sale, which runs Dec. 2 to 4, features...

Mercedes crashes through Avondale storefront

A car that drove through the front entrance of Niagara-on-the-Lake Avondale store on Mary Street caused about $30,000 in damage, police say. No one was injured in...

Arch-i-text: On development, integration and saving trees

When speaking to designing and the landscape, the eminent Canadian architect Ron Thom said, “There are three choices: destroy, alter or integrate. The first...

A glimpse into the Niagara Parks Power Station

A glimpse inside the reimagined Niagara Parks Power Station  For more than 100 years, the Canadian Niagara Power Company Generating Station harnessed the powerful energy of...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Tennis at Queen’s Royal

Many of you are still trying to fit in a few more rounds of tennis or golf before the snow starts to really fall....

Jeep Club celebrates community with Newark Neighbours food drive

Everyone loves their cars, but for Niagara Area Jeep Club president Steve Gulley, the community that springs up around cars is what he really loves.

Pharmacy hopes to have children’s vaccines soon

Within days, Niagara-on-the-Lake pharmacist Sean Simpson hopes to have doses of the Pfizer vaccine available to start inoculating children ages five to 11. There are...

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