An earlier start to the season, and seven straight games at home in March, highlight the Niagara River Lions 2017-18 campaign.
In a span of four days no fewer than seven individuals put St. Catharines on the national and international lacrosse stage.
Kindergarten students at St. Alexander Catholic Elementary School in Pelham hope to bring smiles to people’s faces in their community.
“They carry Mexico in their hearts when they come here.”
Missing Canadian Forces officer Capt. Tim Bowman has been identified as the individual found in the St. Lawrence River on Sept. 13.
Riley Hart provided the horsepower on special teams for the Saint Michael Mustangs when the Niagara Catholic Athletic Association (NCAA) football.
Patrons flowing out of the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre to their cars will no longer have reason to jaywalk.
With almost 10,000 people suffering from dementia in Niagara, the local Alzheimer chapter has set its Coffee Break goal at $100,000 to help fund the many programs it provides.
A man was seriously injured after being shot in St. Catharines, Wednesday evening.
General Motors is temporarily laying off 255 workers at its Glendale Avenue plant in St. Catharines due to an ongoing strike in Ingersoll.
More than 100 employees from Canadian Tire Financial Services (CTFS) volunteered their time to assist Community Living Port Colborne Thursday.
From Niagara and Brantford to Kitchener-Waterloo and Burlington, Hamilton Health Sciences serves a population of 2.3 million people.