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Saturday, June 25, 2022
Richard Harley
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Reclaimed from ashes after devastating fire

NOTL woodworker revives business following blaze and his father’s disappearance   A lot of people in Mike Werner’s shoes might have thrown in the towel. But he’s not one to give up. The

Sad that one person can affect so many

In reporting on and writing about Niagara-on-the-Lake, we make frequent trips to the town’s many sports parks and recreational facilities. It was a sad sight last week at Centennial Sports Park in Virgil, as kids

Newark Neighbours asks for help finding a new home

Niagara-on-the-Lake's Newark Neighbours has outgrown its location on John Street and is seeking help from people in the community who might have ideas for where the agency can move. The food bank and thrift shop

Spring sale spree in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Pots and plants It was a Saturday for the garage sale history books in Niagara-on-the-Lake last weekend, as easing of pandemic rules allowed several markets to set up all over town and compete for attention.

Pie’za giving away free pizzas to help Toronto mission

Maurizio and Laryssa Cesta, owners of Pie’za Pizzeria, are raising some dough again for Toronto's St. John the Compassionate Mission. The couple will be giving away free takeout Margherita pizzas for the second year in a row all day on Sunday,

Vintage Hotels preparing for ‘pent-up demand’

Niagara-on-the-Lake's hotels are hiring and gearing up for what will hopefully be a busy summer, as people resume travelling. Bob Jackson, chief executive officer of Vintage Hotels, says the company is hiring about 300 people

Editorial: Plenty to be excited about

The Lake Report has had a great week, having been honoured for our hard work with 14 provincial awards at the Ontario community newspaper world's “who’s who” competition of the year. It puts into

Garage sale for Ukraine raises $3,200

A Ukrainian family coming to seek refuge in Niagara has a bit of a boost, thanks to two Niagara-on-the-Lake residents. Garrison Village residents Brian Carberry and Jan Van Haren held a garage sale on

Editorial: Happy ending to learning pod saga

It’s a nice thing when stories have happy endings. So we were happy to learn that the Niagara Alternative Learning Alliance has taken steps to become a legal, viable school by working with the

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