Airport manager Len O’Connor is a veteran of the aviation industry, but he still catches his breath at the sight of the Snowbirds.
There is an old Armenian saying, “The fish rots from the head.”
Despite being told that Pelham’s finances are none of their business, regional councillors are asking the town to conduct an audit that would be paid
Niagara Regional Police will continue to run extra patrols in student party areas and Thorold will take a zero-tolerance approach with its bylaws.
A vacant piece of property in Welland’s downtown core is identified as a potential site for a new fire hall headquarters and emergency services training centre.
Niagara’s emergency rooms have seen a 65 per cent increase in the number of opioid overdose cases over last year, the Niagara Health System reports.
Pelham fire Chief Robert Lymburner says the cause of a fire that completely destroyed a barn in Fenwick Sunday may never be known.
For the sixth straight year, Niagara artists will own the night Thursday.
Our readers write about Andy Petrowski's legal costs and about the provincial government.
As a comic, Sebastian Maniscalco sums up people’s weird habits with one question: “Why would you do that?”
August saw total cargo shipped on the St. Lawrence Seaway system up by 13.26 per cent as compared to the same time last year.
Welland council will declare the Ward 5 seat left by Michael Petrachenko vacant at its meeting tonight.