Christine Clark Lafleur doesn’t know what’s on the menu yet for Port Cares 8th annual SoupFest next week, but she knows whatever it is will tickle the tastebuds and satisfy the stomachs of those who attend the fundraiser. “I’ve heard a few things, but they’re trying to keep things under wraps."
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Notes from this week’s city hall happenings... A public meeting to prohibit nuisance parties and rooftop drinking in St. Catharines is set for April 10.
Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services has received an award and a $1,000 donation from Port Colborne Optimist Club.
About 150 people turned out Wednesday for a public rally in front of Fallsview Casino against the provincial Liberal government's plans to select a new service provider for Niagara casinos.
After a seven-month investigation, Niagara Regional Police arrested and charged a Port Colborne man in relation to a licensed medical marijuana farm found to be growing more plants than allowed. Police said 63- year-old Peter Muileboom was charged with unlawful production of a controlled substance.
A hockey goalie who destroyed another player’s face with his stick is headed to jail.
The International Joint Commission’s draft report of Great Lakes water quality identified several areas of concerns, such as algae growth and phosphorus infiltrating the water system from farm land.
It's the final year of classes for South Lincoln High School.