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While bombs fall around her family, one Niagara woman staves off helplessness with action

As bombs fell on Kyiv on Monday night, Daria Zakharchenko was on the phone with her mother who was trying to sleep in an apartment hallway for protection from the incoming Russian artillery.

GO-VAXX mobile vaccinations in NOTL today, hospital restrictions eased

The GO-VAXX mobile clinic will be in Niagara-on-the-Lake today, March 17, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The mobile clinic will be at the Daniel...

Two years on, state of emergency lifted in NOTL

Council returns to in-person meetings on Monday After two years of lowered flags and half-capacity stores, the Region of Niagara has lifted the state of emergency brought...

NOTL’s affordable housing shortage erodes ‘sense of community’

Life is precarious for single mom and teen daughter who have lived in town for 20 years

Growing Together: Pruning deciduous shrubs requires care and understanding

Last week we looked at some of the science behind how a plant grows, which helps us understand pruning a bit better. This week,...

Farmworker Hub part of a growing community chain to support seasonal workers

Niagara-on-the-Lake's Farmworker Hub is a place for people to come together. For seasonal workers, it's where they can get the things they need — clothes, warm...

NOTL March break hockey tournament a sign of life returning to normal

A minor hockey tournament took over the Virgil arenas Friday to Monday, as 42 teams faced off for the title of champion in various...

Goodbye NOTL, hello … Disneyland? Renter struggles toafford a placein town

Mike Barneveld is worried Niagara-on-the-Lake is turning into “Disneyland” as he and another longtime resident struggle to find a place to live in their hometown.  As...

Niagara MP on Putin’s list of banned Canadians

Niagara Falls MP Tony Baldinelli and all his parliamentary colleagues have been banned from visiting Russia under a decree by President Vladimir Putin. The Russian...

With mask mandates ending, ‘There’s a lot of uncertainty,’ medical officer says

Mask mandates are set to be lifted on March 21 and vaccine requirements have nearly vanished across Niagara’s businesses, but the region's associate medical...

Pillitteri hosts new Music Niagara variety series

Music Niagara is launching the first episode in a new contemporary variety show series this week. The Not-So-Late Show will be anchored by comedian/host Joe Pillitteri and the house band Quartetto...

Letter: Let’s welcome Ukrainian refugees to NOTL

Dear editor: In the same way in which our local churches sponsored Syrian refugees a few years ago, our town needs to think about how...

Arch-i-text: One piece of the puzzle

My son is thrilled to pieces with his recently acquired property in an old turn-of-the 20th-century neighbourhood. This is not because it is all he...

Editorial: With election on horizon, time for town council to act is now

Niagara-on-the-Lake has an awful lot of short-term rentals. And the fact that 10 per cent of all residential homes in Old Town are some form...

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