The Catharines’ fire department says an Oakdale Avenue fire was caused when chlorine and chemical fertilizers accidentally mixed.
It’s just the kind of start his young team needed.
Much of the focus has been on teaching staff at Niagara College and the other 23 colleges involved in a provincewide strike.
There were no working fire alarms in an apartment gutted by flames Wednesday night, says St. Catharines Acting Fire Chief Jim McCormick.
A special interest group that calls itself PelhamDEBT has added another twist in the political battle over the town’s east Fonthill development projec
The case of a St. Catharines veterinarian facing multiple animal cruelty charges has again been deferred.
Fewer vehicles are bottoming out in Niagara Falls thanks to several recent and ongoing repairs to railway tracks across the city.
Niagara Region has denied The St. Catharines Standard's Freedom of Information request for the expense records of regional councillors.
The YMCA Kickstart program has been deemed a success by all those involved.
The YWCA Niagara Region is hosting its 12th annual Power of Being a Girl Conference on Oct. 27.
Two Welland residents have been arrested and face over 10 charges each as a result of a Niagara Regional Police drug investigation.
The city wants you to have a say in where next year’s Canada Day celebration should take place.