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Friday, March 31, 2023
Evan Loree
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter - Niagara Now

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Caring Coyotes become Ferocious Foxes for a day

Life was a highway at Crossroads Public School last Thursday as students ran circles around their teachers and their playground in support of Terry Fox and cancer research.  The student-run Crossroads Caring Coyotes

Tennis Singles Champions Crowned

SONJA SCHINDELER   Winners were crowned Saturday in the men’s and women’s singles tournament at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Tennis Club. Mark Waier defeated Sebastian Miele to win the men’s A final and Milla Matsko,

Sign snafu on Promenade fixed quickly

Oops. New town street signs on The Promenade popped up with the wrong spelling Monday before quickly being taken down and corrected. Pictures of the signs reading “Promanade” were first posted to the

NOTL sailors place third at Shark World Championships

Crews used loaner boats, battled fierce Austrian weather Two sailors from Niagara-on-the-Lake placed third at the Shark World Championships last weekend in Bregenz, Austria, despite some wicked weather. Racers Rod Gardner and David

New NOTL medical centre could be open by Christmas

Niagara-on-the-Lake council narrowly avoided a potential four-month delay in the completion of the new medical centre on Garrison Drive by giving the clinic’s parking lot the stamp of approval. The medical centre, behind

Fighters, not quitters, at Terry Fox Run

NOTL participants raise $145,000 for cancer research   People at the Terry Fox Run were united by the man’s inspirational character when they came to Simcoe Park Sunday morning.  “It’s very inspirational to

NOTL riders set record in June for NRT OnDemand trips

Niagara’s regional on-demand transit system recorded its busiest month ever in Niagara-on-the-Lake in June, providing 1,511 rides to transit users.  This brings the total uses to 10,504 since the on-demand system was first implemented


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