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Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Exploring photos with the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum.
BREAKING NEWS – UPDATE: Rainbow Bridge still closed, other crossings reopen after vehicle explodes at border
The FBI has concluded that a fatal fiery vehicle crash Wednesday on the U.S. side of the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls was not...
Arts: ‘The Mistletoe Bride’ is back – at Silversmith and Ironwood this Christmas
Tara Rosling’s annual Christmas performance may not be for the faint of heart. The veteran stage and TV actress says a woman fainted during her...
Survey launched to determine NOTL seniors’ housing needs
A comprehensive survey of Niagara-on-the-Lake residents has launched this week to try to determine what people's housing needs and desires are as they age. The...
Only 25 per cent of waste is properly recycled in Niagara, expert says
A lot of us do our due diligence in disposing of our garbage: trash in black bags, paper and plastic in blue boxes —...
Halloween photo gallery: Virgil family decks the halls with bones and bodies
After moving to Canada in 2012, Miguel Pumariega decided he would celebrate Halloween to the fullest to make up for lost time. Pumariega grew up...
NOTL Museum volunteers rewarded for their service
A group of people who help out at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum are in it for the long haul – and they have the proof...
In the Philippines, coffee has become a pathway to peace
Sometimes there’s no better way to hash things out with someone you’re not getting along with than talking over a cup of coffee. That is...
‘Stewarts’ of the land: Old St. Davids church to be remade as family home
The old Presbyterian church in St. Davids is getting a facelift. The town is reviewing a development application from its owners, Mark and Brenda Stewart,...
School bus driver charged with careless driving after crash
Police have charged a 71-year-old Niagara-on-the-Lake school bus driver after his bus struck a pickup truck Monday morning. None of the 13 children aboard the...
Beekeeping program benefits prized pollinators – and Red Roof Retreat
Red Roof Retreat was a hive of activity during last Thursday’s honey extraction demonstration. The Host a Hive program, run by Niagara Beeway, has about...
Missing two years, her dad is ‘truly a one-of-a-kind’
Daughter raising money for a memorial bench for Darren Werner Mikayla Werner is honouring her dad in the best way she knows how — with...
Road rally raises $20,000 for Red Roof Retreat
It was a frenzied NOTL-focused scavenger hunt on four wheels. Unsuspecting Niagara-on-the-Lake residents, visitors and business operators encountered a non-military invasion Saturday morning as nearly...
COVID cases slowly trending upward, but so is immunity
Niagara's chief medical officer urges people to get booster shots Thanks to vaccines and booster shots, the region's chief medical officer says the community is...
Unused ordnance could still be problem on old military land
The fate of Niagara-on-the-Lake's decommissioned former wastewater plant on Lakeshore Road is in the hands of the federal government. In August the Niagara Region's public...
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