Condo apartment proposals in St. Catharines are no longer rarer than yellow-bellied sapsucker sightings.
A model created by Brock University scientists predicting a West Nile virus epidemic can be a useful public health tool, but it isn’t gospel.
The three high-tech cameras mounted on the roof of the black Chevrolet Tahoe continuously scan passing traffic, snapping images of the licence plates
Niagara’s public health nurses could be on the picket lines, rather than protecting the health of residents, if a new contract cannot be reached with
St. Catharines’ bizarre five-point intersection downtown is scheduled to lose a leg when it goes under the knife next year.
Niagara Regional Police are looking for a someone who nearly ran over an officer with an SUV Tuesday afternoon and hit a police vehicle.
A Superior Court judge began the final stage of the Alex Fraser murder trial with his instructions to the jury Wednesday.
Three people face criminal charges after a Niagara Regional Police dog tracked down the occupants of a stolen car early Wednesday morning.
Monarch butterflies will only lay their eggs on milkweeds (Asclepias). If you want monarchs you have to provide the host plants.
Whether it’s taking a selfie, unwrapping a snack, or putting on makeup in the car, those who drive distracted should quit while they’re ahead.
Ward 3 Coun. John Chiocchio thought asking for a conceptual plan and report on the potential for a beach in the Lincoln Street Docks area was a slam dunk.
Because of the generosity of Community Care and sponsors like Canadian Tire Financial Services, more than 1,300 kids have school supplies.