Craig Youdale, dean of the Niagara College Canadian Food and Wine Institute, is recipient of an award from the Ontario Hostelry Institute.
A funny thing has happened since the Niagara River Lions increased their Canadian content. The team hasn’t lost.
Peter Graham has stepped down as acting CAO of Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
Want to know why storm chasers hunt down severe weather?You’ll have a chance this Friday as three experienced storm chasers talk about storm chasing.
Niagara homebuilders will be putting their skills and creativity to the test during the third annual Playhouse Build & Auction this Sunday.
Niagara OPP are still investigating a crash on Highway 140 that sent a man to hospital by air ambulance Tuesday morning.
The former Welland High property has been sold — again.Dan Degazio, the city’s director of economic development, said he was told a group of investors.
An incident command system first used by U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was put to the test in Dunnville last week.
Two hours.That’s the time it takes Fisheries and Oceans Canada aquatic science biologists to determine if an invasive Asian carp is fertile or sterile.
St. Catharines doesn’t need more bylaw officers but does need to better communicate to residents how they can lodge complaints after-hours.
A performance stage will be gifted to the city as part of a community-led project to revitalize the old Welland Canal Lock 1 site in Port Dalhousie.
St. Catharines will undergo a climate change risk assessment this year to determine the city’s biggest vulnerabilities.