In the early 1900s, driving a car was still somewhat of a novelty that only the privileged could enjoy.
You ask… We Answer. Q: How long is the stone wall that runs along the Niagara Gorge and how does that compare to other walls in Canada?
I’ve just met a woman who could be the answer to the question of how to handle the chaos that the use of medical cannabis presents.
One afternoon in 1867 the Benson family of St. Catharines sat down on their front lawn to have their photograph taken.
A tentative deal has been reached to sell the Lincoln Fabrics property in Port Dalhousie.
Members of Branch 24 of the Royal Canadian Legion marched the half-kilometre distance to their new location.
Two weeks ago in the middle of the Olympic Games, our country held its collective breath.
Rocco Iannizzi was a 33-year-old canal labourer from Italy who came to Canada to create a new home for his family.
Premier Kathleen Wynne popped into Welland Friday morning trying to repackage an old story. Politicians do that a lot.
Carol Disher’s legacy as a community advocate and avid dog lover was reaffirmed with a dedication ceremony Friday naming a local park in her honour.
Calling it “the next generation of manufacturing,” Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced a $26.5- million Jobs and Prosperity Fund grant for General
Jessi Hough’s summer hasn’t turned out too badly after all.