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  1. Rally against hate draws hundreds

    With signs declaring “Tolerating racism is racism” and “Rise up against HATE,” more than 300 people stood together Wednesday night in St. Cathari…
  2. History unearthed in NOTL

    They dig for buried stories. Pieces of the past entombed in layers of earth that hold the secrets of…
  3. Allanbee Honey a Sweet Hobby

    Surrounded by swarms of bees, Shawn MacIntosh carefully lifts the lid off a hive, after making sure to mask their alarm scent with a…
  4. Perez gone, but still working with NHS by video

    It’s taken some getting used to, not being in the same room as his patients, but long distance psychiatry is now the focus of Dr. Edgardo Perez’s pra…
  5. Windshield King could be demolished

    A fire at Windshield King in Welland last week has been deemed…
  6. Highway 406 construction slowdown

    Construction is causing some slowdowns in the northbound Highway 406…
  7. Niagara farmers hoping for dry fall

    Wetter isn’t always better when it comes to f…
  8. In the courts

    A promising athlete who had been invited to try out for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will spend the next 12 months behind bars after he assaulted a stranger at a pizzeria, resulting in the victim losing an…
  9. Canadian culture may fight rise of white power movement

    An organised white power movement could form in Canada, but the nation's less divisive political culture will likely prevent any such movement from becoming as vocal, or as violent, like those seen in the United States, says a Brock University…
  10. Coffee Culture employees still in dark

    The Coffee Culture location in downtown St. Catharines — which shut its doors suddenly in late July — closed because of bankruptcy or receivership, according to records of employment sent to former wor…
  11. Meeting sought after return of barricades in Caledonia

    The Six Nations elected council says it is ready to talk with the Haudenosaunee Confederacy to discuss differences concerning the Burtch lands that prompted barricades to be set up in…
  12. Curiosity, compassion and a story of revolt

    A one-line reference to a riot. And the curiosity of a man fascinated by historical…
  13. Cities need more tax money, says Grenier

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne may have rejected a proposal to raise the provincial sales tax to pay for infrastructure projects, but if a new source of revenue is not found, cities and towns won’t be able to repair roads or sewers, says Welland regional councillor Paul G…
  14. Kiwanis pool repair to cost $100,000

    A failed cable caused the ceiling tiles at the St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatics Centre to fall to the deck last month, resulting in a $100,000 repair…
  15. Niagara rally Wednesday for Charlottesville victims

    In order to dismantle white supremacy, people have to get involved with their feet, organizers of a Niagara rally for victims in Charlottesville…
  16. Kids camp teaches fire safety skills

    Fire safety might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of summer day camps, but Community Living Port Colborne-Wainfleet has teamed up with Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services just for…
  17. Museum telling stories of downtown architecture

    A walk throughout downtown Welland hosted by the Welland Museum will be unlocking some of the stories of eight historical…
  18. Comedic spin on Sherlock Holmes classic at Showboat

    Showboat Festival Theatre’s second last show of the year is a comedic spinoff of the Sherlock Holmes story The Hound of the B…
  19. New members added to downtown BIA board

    Four new members have been added to the board of the Downtown Business Improvement Association following an election…
  20. Wasp infestation closes Niagara dog park

    The dog park at Firemen's Park has been closed due to a wasp…