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Local postmaster honours rescue workers

A local Canada Post worker recently delivered a bit of holiday spirit to Niagara’s local rescue workers. Queenston postmaster Mena Spadafora presented a plaque from Canada Post Nov. 30 to a variety of local rescue organizations,

Local rescue workers honoured by Canada Post

In the spirit of the season, a local Canada Post depot manager wanted to deliver a bit of holiday cheer to Niagara's local rescue workers. Civil Air Rescue and Emergency Services Niagara received a

Nationals win two of three games over the weekend

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Nationals won two out of three games over the weekend, improving their record to 11-10-0-1. The team kicked off the weekend with a 3-2 overtime victory over the Tottenham Steam on Friday

Construction begins along the Niagara Parkway

There will be several construction projects beginning this month in Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake as the Niagara Parks Commission begins its efforts to improve the Niagara River Parkway. Starting on Nov. 19 construction work begins

Fire burns trailer at Sherkston Shores Resort

A fire in Sherkston Shores has destroyed one trailer and caused damage to another. The blaze broke out at the Port Colborne trailer resort early Monday morning, police said in a news release. Port Colborne

Mori Gardens becomes a winter wonderland

Mori Gardens in Niagara-on-the-Lake turned the garden centre into a winter wonderland for a weekend this Nov. 16 to 18, during its first-ever Christmas Palooza event. The event saw Christmas and winter-themed foods, craft

Attempted theft at Lincoln Sobeys

A Lincoln Sobeys was the subject of an attempted break and enter on Wednesday. At around 3:30 a.m. a male attempted to drive his pickup truck through the front door of the 4610 Ontario

New Upper Canada Heritage Trail sign unveilled

At a ceremony held on Nov. 15 at 10 a.m., the Niagara-on-the-Lake Heritage Trail subcommittee unveiled the new sign on the northern trailhead, by the intersection of John and King Streets. “One of

NOTL winter parking laws in effect

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is reminding residents of its winter parking regulations which will be in effect until April 2019. According to a Town bylaw, By-law 4308-09 states that no vehicle shall be parked on

NOTL Nationals look to win back-to-back games

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Nationals are looking for their 10th win in Greater Metro Hockey League action tonight. NOTL is set to host South Division opponent the Tottenham Steam, who are riding a three-game winning

Santa Claus is coming to Fort Erie

Santa Claus is coming to Fort Erie. The annual Fort Erie Santa Claus Parade hits the streets of the town this Saturday Nov. 17. At 4 p.m., the parade will start off at

Pelham man arrested for impaired driving

A Pelham man has been arrested for impaired driving after his 2006 white Ford Focus with two passengers drove into a ditch and crashed into a tree near Sulphur Springs Drive in Pelham.


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