Gunpowder Farms was No. 1 with a bullett at Tuesday night’s Prince of Wales Stakes at Fort Erie Race Track.
If you’re heading to north Brock University in the fall, you’re going to want to stick to Hwy. 406.
Half of Niagara’s municipalities are teaming up in opposition to educational development charges being imposed by the Niagara Catholic school board.
A precedent-setting decision involving two St. Catharines brothers highlights the justice system’s struggles to keep up with changing times.
An investigation by an integrity commissioner into a series of complaints has resulted in an informal, confidential settlement and expected changes to the town’s Code of Conduct for council members.
Tyler Keenan kept an even keel en route to a first place finish in the senior boys division at the Niagara District Junior Golf Tour stop Tuesday.
Niagara Regional Police are investigating the death of an infant in Thorold.
Harriet Tubman is on schedule and ready for its 600 students from the Midtown.
Artisan pizza place Bella Noella’s is moving to bigger digs on 159 St. Paul St. in downtown St. Catharines.
There’s help for people who require physiotherapy but can’t afford it.
Laurence Gagné is getting the lead out — and she’s putting it right back in.
There’s nothing Shari Harper loves more than the thrill of exploring a city and experiencing a different culture.She has travelled to Bermuda, Greece,