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Election ’22: The race is on for NOTL municipal vote

With the deadline fast approaching for municipal election nominees to declare their candidacy, the Niagara-on-the-Lake race is heating up. A week ago, it looked like there might not be enough...

‘Marchers For Maya’ seeking donations for diabetes fundraising walk

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Maya Webster is looking for donations to raise money for the Sun Life...

Exploring Photos: Shark class sailboat was built in NOTL

Yet again there is another historical tie to the Canada Summer Games on now...

Niagara College wins four medals at U.S. beer championship

Winning a gold medal at this year’s U.S. Open College Beer Championship has given...

2nd annual Jane’s Walk highlights the peculiar past of Chautauqua

What do tornadoes, sky-high glaciers, monarch butterflies and the Crooks family have in common? They...

Election ’22: The race is on for NOTL municipal vote

With the deadline fast approaching for municipal election nominees to declare their candidacy, the Niagara-on-the-Lake race is heating up. A week ago, it looked like...

‘Marchers For Maya’ seeking donations for diabetes fundraising walk

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Maya Webster is looking for donations to raise money for the Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes to help find a cure for...

Exploring Photos: Shark class sailboat was built in NOTL

Yet again there is another historical tie to the Canada Summer Games on now in  Niagara-on-the-Lake. The sailing competitions are happening this week out...

Niagara College wins four medals at U.S. beer championship

Winning a gold medal at this year’s U.S. Open College Beer Championship has given second-year brewmaster and brewery operations management student Ian Morrison a...

2nd annual Jane’s Walk highlights the peculiar past of Chautauqua

What do tornadoes, sky-high glaciers, monarch butterflies and the Crooks family have in common? They will all form part of the conversation exploring the peculiar...

Dylan Rumsey dives head first into the Niagara River for Pathstone Mental Health

Dylan Rumsey made a huge splash for Pathstone Mental Health as he swam the Niagara River over the weekend. “I can’t feel my legs,” Rumsey...

Arch-i-text: Guardians of a 19th-century treasure

Owning a historic house is like a marriage, it’s a labour of love. Along the way there are many compromises to be made, given...

NOTL wrestler carries father’s fighting spirit to gold medal win

Zubin Gatta went into the Canada Summer Games on a mission – with a gold medal as his goal. Mission accomplished: He took gold with...

Legion raises $1,190 to support Ukrainians resettling in Niagara

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Legion has raised $1,190 at its weekly fish fry and donated it to the Niagara Region Canadian Ukrainian Congress to support victims...

Just peachy: Huge crowds return for weekend Peach Celebration

Everything was just peachy over the weekend at the annual Peach Celebration on Queen Street. Teresa Cole and her daughter Cherrie, 4, sat on the...

Retired businessman Vaughn Goettler jumps into mayoral race

A third candidate has joined the race for lord mayor of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Retired businessman Vaughn Goettler signed his nomination papers Wednesday afternoon at town hall,...

Integrity report vindicates mayor of allegations over husband’s bylaw complaint

Commissioner told town in March that no evidence of political interference was found   Niagara-on-the-Lake's integrity commissioner has found no evidence Lord Mayor Betty Disero behaved...

Dead wind postpones Summer Games sailing races

Richard Harley and Molly Bowron It was mostly dead wind on Lake Ontario Wednesday, as sailors from across Canada waited for the right conditions for...

Jamaican labour minister tours NOTL farms to learn about industry and working conditions

A few Niagara-on-the-Lake farmers had a special guest on Monday, as Jamaica's labour minister toured some of the businesses that are part of Canada’s...

NOTL Kinsmen’s ‘Show and Shine’ supports Cystic Fibrosis Canada

The Kinsmen Club of Niagara-on-the-Lake's annual Show and Shine returned like a roaring engine on Sunday, as collector cars filled the Commons. It was a...

PHOTOS: Quebec strikes gold in Summer Games tennis in NOTL

Extra match was needed to decide the winner It was a long and exciting week at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Tennis Club. And, on Saturday, deciding the gold...

PHOTO GALLERY: Day 4 of tennis at the NOTL Tennis Club

With the gold medal game inching closer, the competitors brought their all Wednesday for the fourth day of the Canada Summer Games at the...

Arch-i-text: Managing change through design guidelines

I suggested in last week's column that the instituting design guidelines in Niagara-on-the-Lake should be a priority. Further, these guidelines would need to be...

Driver charged after $150,000 Tesla crashes in fruit orchard

The driver of a 2022 Tesla has been charged with careless driving after a high-speed rural crash wiped out several fruit trees and totalled...

Man dead, woman in hospital after being found on side of NOTL road

A man is dead and a woman is in hospital after being discovered together on the side of a road in Niagara-on-the-Lake early Friday...

NOTL volunteers gearing up for Summer Games sailing

As athletes travel here from across Canada, Niagara-on-the-Lake residents are participating in the Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games, volunteering and sharing their knowledge of...

NOTL Museum excited for Niagara Polo’s return

Organizers of the NOTL Museum's Niagara Polo fundraiser are excited for the return of the gathering on the Commons on Sept. 10. “It's been four...

NOTL man charged with impaired driving after crashing truck, hiding in orchard

A 59-year-old Niagara-on-the-Lake man is facing impaired driving charges after a single-vehicle crash on Thursday, Aug. 4. Police said they responded to a crash near...

NOTL wrestler Gatta is gunning for Games gold

Niagara-on-the-Lake wrestler Zubin Gatta leaves no room for self-doubt at the 2022 Canada Niagara Games.  After placing sixth at the cadet nationals while competing in...

Small crowd gathers to watch first flag raising at Queen’s Royal Park

A small group of people gathered at the top of Queen’s Royal Park on Friday to witness the long-awaited raising of a newly installed...

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