Walker Environmental is repurposing a section of its closed east landfill in Thorold into a resource recovery area.
Salamanders, herons, frogs and turtles may not know it yet, but changes in provincial wetland policy will have them all breathing easier.
The Niagara Regional Police services board passed its capital budget for 2018 Thursday — and the meeting was tame compared to last year.
The annual Canal Days Marine Heritage Festival is a homecoming of sorts, says Port Colborne Mayor John Maloney.
It was some 30 years ago that Dr. Brian Kerley started working shifts in the emergency department at the old Hotel Dieu Hospital on Ontario Street.
The federal government is flowing $6.1 million into 18 clean water and wastewater infrastructure projects in Niagara.
On July 22, Lucchetta Homes, which is responsible for the Hunters Pointe community in Welland, raised $10,000 for Wellspring Niagara.
A lecture series providing grape growers, industry stakeholders, researchers and students with access to the most current developments in their field.
Niagara is becoming more like Las Vegas.
A spelling mistake on banners in downtown Fort Erie shouldn’t take away from all the hard work being done by volunteers, says a local businessman.
A proposed final design for Memorial Park would see trails linking different areas of the park, more trees and pavilions and more.
Now is the time for a beach and swimming park in the Lincoln Street docks area, said Welland Ward 3 Coun. John Chiocchio.