“It’s not the medal we wanted to play for, but were playing in our hometown, in front of our home fans, and we’ll play with pride.”
With summer winding down — I know, it brings a tear to my eye too — Postmedia Niagara is ramping up its election coverage.
With the world’s focus on the deepening Syrian refugee crisis, St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik is asking local residents to do their part to help.
Niagara communities will be celebrating the Queen’s historic reign on Wednesday, even if she’s planning a royally low-key day of her own.
Blue to the sky, orange to the thigh.
Larry Landon has spent a lifetime fighting for the rights of minor league hockey players.
Niagara’s southern mayors are keeping quiet when it comes to partisan politics.
The construction of Niagara College’s Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre is still on schedule.
Most stores and services will be closed Monday for Labour Day.
The wait for this year's Niagara Music Awards just got longer.
Lundy's Lane Cemetery is expanding and people are dying to get in.
Eleven people have been arrested at the Lakeshore Rd. greenhouses in Niagara-on-the-Lake, where marijuana has been grown for more than a year.