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Medical centre decision delayed

With it looking like construction on a new health centre in Niagara-on-the-Lake could be delayed by about six months, property owner and developer Lloyd Redekopp holds little hope the building will be completed

Bee City request a baby step

When Renee Delaney came to council in April to ask the municipality of Niagara-on-the-Lake to become a Bee City, she also spoke about her Small Scale Farm project, which encourages the production of

Sewage treatment plant opening moved to November

The $43.2 million wastewater treatment plant on Lakeshore Road in Niagara-on-the-Lake will not be operational by August, as announced last spring, but it's looking good for fall. NOTL's regional councillor Gary Burroughs said work

Protesters, supporters agree to some guidelines

With both protesters of horse-drawn carriages and counter-protestors who support the local carriage business determined to continue their presence in Niagara-on-the-Lake's Old Town, Niagara Regional Police are working on a protocol to keep demonstrations safe and peaceful. Lord Mayor

Millions of peaches, peaches for me

Bring your napkins — it’s going to be a juicy day at the 31st annual St Vincent de Paul Peach Festival. On Sunday August 12th the church’s property will be transformed into a

Wine producer looking for farm winery approval

A large barn on Queenston Road is under renovation, as its owners pretty it up in preparation for selling high-end wine. The improvements are making some of its neighbours nervous, but they shouldn't

Bee City request a baby step

When Renee Delaney came to council in April to ask the municipality of Niagara-on-the-lake to become a Bee City, she also spoke about her Small Scale Farm project, which encourages the production of

St. Davids pool might not last the summer

With the swimming pool in St. Davids in such poor condition it might not last the summer, councillors have agreed to spend up to $100,000 to immediately hire a consultant to work on

Chamber opposed to proposed noise bylaw changes

Although Niagara-on-the-Lake town councillors said recently they did not want to open a can of worms by considering changes to the Town's noise bylaw, consideration of how to enforce the existing legislation did

Agricultural committee wants open forum on bees

Before Niagara-on-the-Lake council agrees to the town becoming a Bee City, a designation that means it supports pollinator gardens, the town's agricultural committee is planning to host a discussion with crop specialists and bee keepers.

Burroughs will seek return to town council

Gary Burroughs hopes the October municipal election will return him to his roots in municipal politics – at the Niagara-on-the-Lake council table. He has known for some time he would be a candidate in

Horse show at Benchview Saturday

The third in a new series of local horse shows will be held at Benchview Equestian Centre in Niagara-on-the-Lake Saturday. Called the Heart of Niagara Equestrian Series, the shows are targeting avid equestrians

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