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State-of-the-art new Village Medical Centre prepares to welcome patients

A new medical facility in Niagara-on-the-Lake will mean that physicians like Dr. Karen Berti will be able to provide residents with more accessible health care.  Set to begin seeing patients...

St. Davids boxer crowned national champion

Mckenzie Wright wins third Canadian title with third-round TKO; next stop is qualifying for...

Raising the roof: Circle Street house floats in midair as basement is installed below it

Nope, it isn’t floating. Best take another look. A house on Circle Street appears to...

Cannon balls and muskets among artifacts at history session

Fireside Friday presentations feature tales from War of 1812   What better way to commemorate the...

Growing Together: How to keep your orchids happy and healthy

Although once considered an expensive plant to be grown by elitists, the orchid has...

State-of-the-art new Village Medical Centre prepares to welcome patients

A new medical facility in Niagara-on-the-Lake will mean that physicians like Dr. Karen Berti will be able to provide residents with more accessible health...

St. Davids boxer crowned national champion

Mckenzie Wright wins third Canadian title with third-round TKO; next stop is qualifying for Pan Am Games St. Davids boxer Mckenzie Wright went into the...

Raising the roof: Circle Street house floats in midair as basement is installed below it

Nope, it isn’t floating. Best take another look. A house on Circle Street appears to be floating in midair at first glance but actually it...

Cannon balls and muskets among artifacts at history session

Fireside Friday presentations feature tales from War of 1812   What better way to commemorate the 210th anniversary of the Battle of Fort George than through...

Growing Together: How to keep your orchids happy and healthy

Although once considered an expensive plant to be grown by elitists, the orchid has become the top-selling indoor plant.   The orchid family is one of...

The Monuments Men: Part 33: Gunner Leslie Cudney killed by German artillery

It’s been a century since Niagara-on-the-Lake’s iconic clock tower cenotaph was erected. Then, in 1926, the Township of Niagara unveiled its own memorial in Queenston. In...

BREAKING NEWS: St. Davids boxer Mckenzie Wright wins Canadian championship; Next stop Pan Am qualifiers and maybe Paris Olympics

NEWS UPDATE: Saturday, Feb. 4 – Mckenzie Wright of St. Davids won the Canadian amateur boxing championship Saturday night, scoring a third-round technical knockout over her opponent. With the...

Finale nears for Harp’s Battle of the Bands

The end is near for Battle of the Bands at the Irish Harp Pub and the last battle before the finale featured rocking performances...

Pre-pandemic crowds return to NOTL Icewine Festival

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Festival's return to Old Town this year was an epic comeback, Chamber of Commerce chair Andrew Niven says. Planning for this year's...

BarrelHead’s peachy concoction wins icewine cocktail competition

Icewine isn’t exactly known as a cocktail mixer, but Saturday night’s Icewine Cocktail Competition could convert a nonbeliever. After the day’s icewine festivities, about 150...

20 NOTL wineries indulging in Chocolate & Cheese all month

Wine, chocolate and cheese … a tasty combination. NOTL’s Chocolate & Cheese touring pass program is back each weekend in February. “This is the second year...

Exploring Photos: NOTL’s ‘coloured village’

Every February in Canada we celebrate the legacy of Black Canadians. Niagara-on-the-Lake has a significant connection to early Black history of this country and...

PHOTO GALLERY: A fresh snowfall blankets NOTL

While Wednesday's snowstorm didn't live up to the forecast some weather watchers had predicted, a few Niagara-on-the-Lake residents still got outside to make the...

What’s under the hood? A look at NOTL’s new ‘net zero’ property

Listed at $4.6 million, the house on 28 Cottage St. in Niagara-on-the-Lake is not exactly a candidate for the pageant of Canada’s most affordable...

Exploring Photos: Colonel John Butler (1728-1796)

This 1834 oil painting is an original copy of a piece by Henry Oakley and is one of only five portraits of Col. John...

Rooftop tower at Niagara College helps track at-risk wild birds

Tracking wildlife just got a whole lot easier at Niagara College. The Motus Tower Project at Niagara College's Daniel J. Patterson Campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake is...

Week 2 of Battle of the Bands competition rocks Irish Harp

The Battle of the Bands at the Irish Harp Pub returned for a second night on Monday with performances from New Rising Sun and...

Geological oddities a hit at Kids Rock Club

Christmas came again for the Kids Rock Club. For their first meeting of 2023, the club led by Francesca (Ms Fran) and Nicholas Sorrenti, was...

Fireworks, wine and food celebrate return of Icewine Festival

Sparkling, ice and everything nice. Friday night's Sparkle & Ice Gala at the old Court House in Niagara-on-the-Lake kicked off the Icewine Festival in true...

A busy week as NOTL Youth Collective’s winter program begins

Air hockey, pool and basketball … what more could a kid want? About 13 young people showed up at Cornerstone Community Church for the NOTL...

NOTL critical of new housing law; Bill 23 could cost town $1M, staff warns ministry

Council finally agrees on response, but administrators sent their own letter to province in November   After discussions at three separate meetings – and two months...

Drop-in event Saturday collects items to welcome seasonal farmworkers to NOTL

This year, seasonal farmworker advocate Kit Andres is celebrating their birthday in a different way — by holding a drive-up mutual aid event.  From 3...

NOTL pharmacists work overtime to find solutions to drug shortages

Pharmacies in Niagara-on-the-Lake are still scraping the bottom of the barrel for adult cold and flu medications this winter after a countrywide drug shortage...

Fire victim Ryan Konkin was recently engaged, loved fishing

"I’ll love you for forever and a day." That’s what Natalia Sepúlveda-Lastra’s late fiancé Ryan Konkin told her just days before he died of severe...

The Monuments Men: Part 31: Adelburt Samuel Green died while repairing trenches

It’s been a century since Niagara-on-the-Lake’s iconic clock tower cenotaph was erected. Then, in 1926, the Township of Niagara unveiled its own memorial in Queenston. In...

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