6.9 C
Niagara Falls
Sunday, April 14, 2024
Julia Sacco

Author's Latest

Porch Pickup helps Newark prepare for Thanksgiving

Volunteers from Newark Neighbours took on the role of unloading and unpacking donations during this Saturday’s Porch Pickup from nearly 100 addresses.  Cindy Grant, the food bank’s board chair, said thanks to all

1970s NDSS grads reunite at Legion to reminisce

Nearly 50 years after departing Niagara District Secondary School, about 100 graduates were eager to come together from near and far for a reunion at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Legion on Saturday. The former students,

Cenotaph renovations could start before end of year

After looming tall over Queen Street for more than a century, Niagara-on-the-Lake’s landmark clock tower cenotaph is in desperate need of internal repairs. Members of a residents committee dedicated to overseeing the cenotaph’s

Soccer season wraps up with end-of-year festival

Members of the U14 NOTL soccer team, front row: Mark Baranski and coach J.P. Konik. Middle row: Vanessa Rezza, Angelina La Valle, Matthew Amodeo, Leonardo Cocozza. Back row: Taylor Nickerson, Jacob Froese, Patrick

NOTL chef gives his neighbours a good grilling

For the residents of Tuscany Court, community gatherings have been few and far between this summer. Luckily for them, Jason Parsons, executive chef at Peller Estates, lives in the Virgil neighbourhood and hosted

Swimmer conquers the river again

With hands tied and no training, Dylan Rumsey swims for Pathstone   Dylan Rumsey swam 12 kilometres down the Niagara River on Saturday – with his hands tied. “It was definitely easier than

Hit-run wakes Ricardo Street residents

Residents of Ricardo Street were jolted awake late Saturday night when a truck hit a hydro box, causing an outage in the surrounding area. Niagara Regional Police said a white 2021 Dodge Ram


Subscribe to our mailing list