Fiddle great Natalie MacMaster is about to spill the beans about Saturday’s Christmas show in St. Catharines when she catches herself and muffles the
The weather outside is far from frightful. In fact, it’s far from festive.
Closed-door meetings of a regional task force were held for competitive private-sector information to be disclosed, Niagara’s CAO says.
St. Catharines Collegiate’s performing arts department has been recognized again for its award-winning original shows.
Many Niagara residents don’t understand how vital the Niagara River is for overwintering waterfowl and gulls.
Niagara’s artists and musicians will gather in Niagara Falls Thursday to help the homeless.
With concerns there aren’t enough cabs at night, St. Catharines councillors have endorsed the operation of “ride share service providers” like Uber.
The spotlight is on teen actors and interpretations of death and family healing.
Niagara IceDogs coach/general manager Marty Williamson is fine losing Vince Dunn and Brendan Perlini.
The head of Niagara’s real estate association is praising Ontario’s decision not allow any community outside Toronto to have a land transfer tax.
Photographers get your cameras ready for the first annual Christmas Card Photo Contest.
If you’ve ever had a burning question you wish would be answered, Pelham Fire Services probably has the answer.