While Port Colborne's consultant Watson and Associates recommended a slight decrease in development charges for the city, several city councillors hope to reduce those charges by far more.
In the midst of unending conflict in his country centuries ago, a Chinese general wrote the world's most famous book on war. The Sun Zi Bing Fa — the
An enduring Niagara independent retailer is changing hands and adding women's fashion to its lineup.
A Welland father made a heartfelt plea to a judge for a jail sentence that would allow him to keep is job and support his family.
A Niagara-founded tech company is poised for expansion after netting a Silicon Valley investment deal worth U.S.$10.4 million.
Port Colborne city council meets tonight at 6:30 p.m., discussing several interesting agenda items.
The Welland Public Library is gearing up for its annual Art on the Boardwalk Fundraiser.
When Niagarans head to the beach, must-haves include a towel, sunscreen and Internet access.
Trofym Anderson had just finished up a training session with his Canadian rowing team crew in Victoria, B.C. six weeks ago when the group made a decis
More than 1,700 cyclists will roll into Niagara next week as part of one of the biggest multi-day cycling tours in Canada.
Two vehicles got stuck on Third St. Louth in St. Catharines Monday morning as the road was flooded.
Gracie Lowes proudly displays a large flag on which well wishes are scrawled in both Japanese and English.