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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Niagara

Mosquitoes in St. Catharines have tested positive for the West Nile virus this summer, and Niagara Region Public Health is advising all Niagara residents to take measures to stay safe.

Home Sweet Home: Survey shows NOTL seniors feel tough choices lie ahead

The results of a detailed survey about the housing needs of Niagara-on-the-Lake seniors as they age provides a number of insights on some of the hard decisions they will have to make as their needs evolve.

Donors help museum buy Carnochan house for $1.4 million

Donations from the Goettlers and Joyners, and contributions from the museum and the town, led to the  $1.425 million purchase of Carnochan's old home at 25 Castlereagh St., right next door to the museum.

New Queen and Mississagua gateway well worth it, Zalepa says

Guests entering the heritage district of Niagara-on-the-Lake will be greeted by a new sign as a they enter the intersection of Queen and Mississagua streets: a five-foot-tall brick gateway that says "Niagara-on-the-Lake Heritage District."

EXCLUSIVE: Mid-term approval rate for NOTL council is extremely low, survey finds

If a new online poll is any barometer, Niagara-on-the-Lake residents aren't happy with the way town council is performing. Not at all. The Lake Report quietly launched an online survey last week, asking people how they felt about council's performance halfway through the 2022-26 term.

Who is holding a golden ticket?

Willy Wonka would approve of the sweet deal going on at Willow Cakes and Pastries in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Following the storyline made famous by the eccentric...

Town rejects White Oaks’ plan for higher towers

Councillors reached a stalemate Tuesday night regarding White Oaks Resort and Spa’s proposal to increase building heights in Glendale for a major new residential development.

NOTL woman assaulted by stranger — inside Niagara police station

She just wanted to report the fender-bender mishap that damaged her shiny red SUV. Instead, she ended up badly battered and bruised after she was attacked by a stranger — inside a Niagara police station.

Queenston residents call for lower speed limits in the village

The Queenston Residents Association is speaking up about its desire for safer roads in the community — for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers alike. During Tuesday...

Ross’s Ramblings: Canadian hockey makes me ashamed, not proud

TD Bank’s ad “Let’s make Canada proud” scrolls across my television screen during the current Stanley Cup playoffs. For a long time, I have been...

Old Town Ambassadors back for this year’s tourist season

If you're one of many outsiders flocking from near and far to see what Niagara-on-the-Lake's all about, look out for the friendly folks walking...

Town rejects library neutrality group’s bid to address council

Members of a community group that want the town’s integrity commissioner to investigate the circumstances around the firing of NOTL’s chief librarian were taken aback...

Plans for hovercraft service from Niagara still afloat, promoter says

Hoverlink founder says ‘series of announcements’ to come starting May A lot of time has passed since there has been any news on the progress...

Petition calls on NOTL board to guarantee library neutrality

Four Niagara-on-the-Lake residents have come together for a common purpose: to preserve what they say is the right of library patrons to have access...

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