For upwards of a century, the southern half of the large triangular plot bounded by Niagara, Geneva and Church streets was mostly occupied by a huge planing mill producing lumber and all sorts of trim for local builders.
Dear Dad, while watering the garden tonight, I noticed my peace rose had come into flower, and suddenly our strolls around the garden came to mind.
Here are a few animals available for adoption at Lincoln County Humane Society this week.
These new books are available at St. Catharines Public Library.
Shanthanu Krishnakumar understands how disappointing it is to sink your teeth into a mealy peach.
Mihály Bayusz emigrated from Hungary in 1925. His wife and three children remained in Hungary while he settled in Canada and found work. As with other men who left family members at home, he intended to bring them as soon as he was established. Bayusz was born in Rakamaz, Hungary on July 12 (or 14), 1892 and lost his life on the job just a dozen da
Surely the greatest infrastructure project of 1930s Ontario was construction of “The Middle Road” — a four-lane divided highway intended to run from Toronto to Fort Erie. Midway through its construction this infrastructure colossus was given a more distinguished name — the Queen Elizabeth Way.
Here are a few animals available for adoption from both Lincoln County Humane Society and Community Animal Allies of Niagara this week.
Dust off your walking shoes and summer hats — garden walk season opens this weekend with the Shaw Guild Garden Tour.