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Urban myth or historical fact? Researcher claims slaves are buried on Centre St. property

Restoration efforts at a historic home at 240 Centre St. are close to complete, but a historical researcher says slaves may be buried on the property and wants permission to...

Annual Candlelight Stroll will light up Old Town on Friday

And just like that, one flame will light thousands.  The highly anticipated Candlelight Stroll returns...

Ford’s Greenbelt changes threaten Niagara farms, group warns

A conservation group in Niagara-on-the-Lake is sounding the alarm over changes to the Greenbelt passed...

NOTL Gives Back supports children and NOTL charity

'Tis the season for giving.  The NOTL Gives back donation drive returned for its third...

Santa’s NOTL elf is collecting letters for the Big Man

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s favourite elf is back in town. With Christmas only weeks away, the beloved elf...

Urban myth or historical fact? Researcher claims slaves are buried on Centre St. property

Restoration efforts at a historic home at 240 Centre St. are close to complete, but a historical researcher says slaves may be buried on the...

Annual Candlelight Stroll will light up Old Town on Friday

And just like that, one flame will light thousands.  The highly anticipated Candlelight Stroll returns on Friday, Dec. 2  and thousands are expected to show...

Ford’s Greenbelt changes threaten Niagara farms, group warns

A conservation group in Niagara-on-the-Lake is sounding the alarm over changes to the Greenbelt passed by the Doug Ford government. “It's uncalled for, and it's, it's...

NOTL Gives Back supports children and NOTL charity

'Tis the season for giving.  The NOTL Gives back donation drive returned for its third year on Saturday, collecting gently used clothes, toys and non-perishable...

Santa’s NOTL elf is collecting letters for the Big Man

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s favourite elf is back in town. With Christmas only weeks away, the beloved elf known as Sandy Sugarswirl is ready to help Santa send...

Arts: New book is dedicated to the history of Fort George

John Sayers Special to The Lake Report It’s fascinating to realize that Fort George, completed in 1802 (think of it, that’s over 200 years ago), has...

NOTLers honoured with Women in Business Awards

It is no secret that Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to many strong, independent businesses run by committed community leaders. And last Friday’s Women in Business Awards...

Santa visits St. Davids clinic for pix with pets

Santa has seen it all in his yearly visits to St. Davids Vet Clinic. The man in red has encountered pets on both the naughty and...

Village plaza set to expand with grocery store, hotel, more retail

Work has begun on final phase of centre's development   Developer John Hawley's vision for the Village Centre project in Niagara-on-the-Lake is one step closer to completion...

Reid contests Niagara Foundation’s claim to half ownership stake of The Wilderness

The King Street property known as "The Wilderness" is an urban oasis and Ken Reid, who lives on it, says he is confused why...

A new era begins in NOTL: Lord Mayor Gary Zalepa outlines priorities and vows ‘more listening and less talk’

New Lord Mayor Gary Zalepa promised “more listening and less talk” as he stood at the podium before a half-packed Court House auditorium Tuesday...

NOTL fans celebrate Canada’s World Cup return

It's a sporting moment Canadians waited a generation for and Niagara-on-the-Lake was ready. Team Canada returned to the FIFA World Cup tournament Wednesday afternoon and...

Three’s a Charm: NOTL holiday markets are jolly and bright despite storm

Snow, shopping and snacking were the themes last weekend. Thanks to the Willowbank Holiday Market, the St. Vincent De Paul Treats and Treasures Market and...

Lions clubs launch Christmas tree sales amid weekend blizzard

Snow or shine, people need Christmas trees for the holidays. Terry Flynn and members of the Niagara Lions Club are well-stocked again and selling trees...

Christmas planter sale will benefit NOTL Cat Rescue

'Tis the season for the second annual Christmas planter sale and food drive for NOTL Cat Rescue. “Last year's Christmas fundraiser selling the Christmas planters...

Christmas Parade organizers collecting donations, selling buttons

Santa is coming to town early again this year – for the annual Niagara-on-the-Lake Christmas Parade. But it wouldn’t be possible without the support of...

NOTL is ready for Canada’s World Cup debut

It’s a sporting moment Canadians have been waiting a generation for and Niagara-on-the-Lake is ready.  For the first time since 1986, Canada is competing in...

Good news for drivers: Niagara-bound off-ramp at Glendale to open Thursday. Maybe

Glendale's $54-million diverging diamond interchange is one step closer to completion.  The Niagara-bound off-ramp, which has been closed for almost two months, has officially opened.  The Ontario transportation...

Niagara parents worried about more online learning if strike closes schools

With both the Catholic and public school boards of Niagara planning to close schools Monday if educational support staff are on strike, parents are...

For the love of borscht: Bethany Mennonite Church’s Triple B Sale sells out again

Bread, borscht, baked goods and more! All were in abundance at Bethany Mennonite Church on Saturday as NOTLers returned for the beloved borscht and brown...

Balls Beach Park closed for four weeks

Balls Beach Park will be closed until early December.  As of Nov. 14, the waterfront park on River Beach Drive in Niagara-on-the-Lake, will be inaccessible...

Volunteers come together for Butt Blitz community cleanup

The cold and wind didn’t scare off a small group of volunteers who scrounged around the Bass Pro Shops parking lot Saturday in search...

With major vineyard purchase, Dillon’s distillery may be coming to NOTL

A major real estate deal has paved the way for a potential new craft distillery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The purchase of 70 acres of vineyards by...

New town council to be sworn in Tuesday night

Niagara-on-the-Lake's new town council will convene for the first time when it holds its inaugural meeting at the Court House on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Like...

Strong NOTL women: Kaufman and Boles among nominees for Women in Business Awards

Seated in the gallery room of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum, managing director and curator Sarah Kaufman gushed over her excitement at being nominated for a...

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