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THE CAT IS BACK: Catnapped feline found in NOTL, police launch investigation

Zeus the cat is back. The three-year-old black and white male, missing from a St. Catharines home since March 4, was found on Thursday, April...

Scotsman Hotel owners seek permission to add sixth guest room

There will be more room at the inn if owners of the Scotsman Hotel get their way. Susan Wheler, who was representing Blair and Brenda...

Tipsters got $1M in illegal drugs off streets, Crime Stoppers says

Did you know tips to Crime Stoppers Niagara helped remove more than $1.1 million worth of illegal drugs from the streets of Niagara in...

Arts: Singer brings impersonations to stage at Corks this Friday

Angela Seeger's 'What's in the trunk?' performance showcases some of your favourite stars   Angela Seeger got her start in musical theatre and formed her first...

Green recruits gave redcoats a run for their money in historic battles

Storied scouts and skirmishers were in the limelight at Navy Hall on Friday morning.  The Glengarry Light Infantry and the Western Rangers were two regiments...

Harlequin John MacBeth brings smiles to Pancake Day dinner

If you stopped by St. Mark’s Anglican Church for Shrove Tuesday, chances are you ran into resident harlequin, John MacBeth. Dressed in a patterned costume...

Career opportunities knock at Niagara College job fair

Mandy Consoli was an island of calm amongst a sea of job seekers filling the Rankin Family Student Commons at Niagara College’s Daniel J....

Business: Cake Cafe offers great carrot cake and warm company

Before getting to the mixing bowl herself, cake artist Stacey MacIntyre spent lots of time watching "Cake Boss." “I thought, ‘I could do that,’ ”...

Letter: High-density Tawny Ridge project is wrong for St. Davids

Dear editor: The zoning amendments for phase 2 of the Tawny Ridge development that intended to densify St. Davids with stacked townhouses, etc. were rejected...

NOTL, Niagara Falls sell internet business to Cogeco

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is getting out of the broadband internet business, announcing it has sold the network company it partially owned for two...

Exploring History: King Street c. 1890

This photograph of the commercial block on King Street in 1890 shows (L to R) the water tower, Mike Greenes' livery stable (currently Aura...

Good food and sweet icewine bring crowds out in the rain

Even under the cover of snow and rain, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Village drew crowds for both weekends running.  Despite rainy conditions on Saturday and Sunday...

Council reverses course: No heritage trail access to Rand subdivision

After an immense public outcry, Niagara-on-the-Lake council has withdrawn an offer that would have let developer use part of the Upper Canada Heritage Trail...

Watch out: Speed cameras active in Virgil

Slow down, or you're getting a ticket. Signs are up on Regional Road 55 in Virgil warning drivers that Niagara region’s speed cameras are officially...

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