It’s amazing the difference that just one person can make.
Metrolinx made a presentation on GO Transit earlier this month to Niagara Regional council.
Monsignor Denis Morris acquired land on Russell Avenue at the foot of Henry Street as a possible site to serve the city’s north end.
One potential “huge problem” has been avoided in Port Dalhousie, as Lake Ontario water levels continue to rise.
The full extent of the damage won’t be known until the water finally recedes.
Accessing mental-health care in smaller communities such as Niagara is a challenge due to limited resources and the complexity of the public system.
Niagara has three lucky winners announced this week, who each claimed big prizes in separate lotteries.
Pygmalion may have been Bernard Shaw’s most popular play, but ask which was his greatest and there’s never a clear answer.
A historic Niagara Falls home, known as the William Leeming House, suffered extensive damaged in a Wednesday night fire.
It’s set to be a weekend of fun with the Fabulous Fenwick Lions at the service club’s annual carnival.
The developer of Welland’s Residences at Hunters Pointe, Lucchetta Homes, has received the Best Community Development of the Year Award.
Niagara Catholic District School Board has again received top marks for its student graduation rate.