Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s battles with activist Ed Smith have moved from the court of public opinion to a court of law.
There's a bunch of kids at reception. Most have their heads tilted down, engrossed in the glow of their respective devices.
Earle Blackadder is being remembered as a great litigator, a competitive man who liked to win, whether it was on the squash court or in a courtroom.
Niagara residents will have an opportunity to learn more about the planned expansion of GO train services during a series of public meetings starting
A former Canada Border Services Agency officer who routinely falsified documents to allow the smuggling of tobacco into Niagara has received a suspended sentence.
Completing the semester before Jan. 10 won’t be ideal for Niagara College students who have been away from the classroom since mid-October.
A Welland man was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation and second-degree burns to his hands and arms as a result of a kitchen fire Sunday.
Women’s contributions to Niagara’s prosperity were recognized Friday with the 17th annual Women in Business Awards.
Mounting snow banks. Marathon shoveling sessions. Icy windshields. Delayed commutes.
The proposed concept for a new Niagara Falls cultural hub and farmers’ market will go to city council next Tuesday.
Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America, died Sunday after nearly a half-century in prison. He was 83.
Exposing students to different methods of teaching is important to Lakeshore Catholic High School vice-principal Andrew Boon.