A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with injuries said not to be life-threatening following a collision involving a motorcycle and an SUV in Fenwick.
The average Niagara Falls resident’s water bill will go down $25.70 this year after city council passed water and wastewater rates Tuesday.
The unveiling of a memorial to honour workers who died building the Welland Canal is being bumped from August as more money is required.
An expansion franchise that brought the pay-for-play Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League to Port Colborne for three years capped off its winningest r
Brodie Thoms’ goal 3:56 into overtime gave the Welland L.J. Walters Insurance Tigers a 2-1 victory over St. Catharines and the Niagara District major
Every club in Madeline Marck-Sherk’s bag is working for her right now.
Marty Calder was in the spotlight, only this time the Brock University head coach didn’t have to share it with one of his wrestlers.
Failing to provide working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms has cost a downtown St. Catharines property onwer several thousand dollars.
Niagara College finished the women’s curling season by going 2-5 and failing to advance to the medal round at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Associa
The Ontario Provincial Police has opened an investigation into the Burgoyne Bridge replacement project.
Niagara Falls city council meetings, starting with the meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, will be live streamed.
Chris D’Souza hoped his talk on gay rights, feminist theory, class and socioeconomics, and racism would empower Port Colborne High School students