Port Colborne Fire Chief Tom Cartwright shared an emotional plea about the importance of fire safety with council Monday night.
While accusing her ex-husband of abusing their daughter, Allana Haist was accused of manipulating information within affidavits being considered as part of an ongoing custody battle regarding her daughter Layla Sabry.
Attracting more jobs and private investment to the city continues to be a top issue for St. Catharines residents who participated in a telephone town hall earlier this month.
Members of the city’s budget standing committee continued to ask staff to look for cuts Monday, with the performing arts centre and St. Catharines Transit told to sharpen their scissors.
A woman escaped uninjured after fire tore through her rented Welland home early Monday, but her three pets weren’t as fortunate.
Niagara College students are dressing for success — and it didn’t cost them a dime.
Police are appealing to witnesses to come forward after a 16-year-old boy was assaulted in west St. Catharines Sunday night.
Some of Niagara Falls’ aquatic facilities require a total of $650,000 in repairs, according to city staff.
City council will be asked to consider $125,000 to hire more staff and to purchase related equipment to handle the growth Niagara Falls is experiencing in residential development.