St. Catharines city council meets tonight for the third time this month.
The average St. Catharines resident’s water bill will go up $15 this year after city council passed water and wastewater rates Monday.
Students peer review Ridley Colllege's stage production of Shakespeare's The Tempest.
Hornblower Niagara Cruises is set to sail for a fourth season, starting Saturday.
If there is one term that makes a new wave musician squirm, even more than being referred to as a new wave musician, it’s quirky.
Local activist Ed Smith is counter-suing Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and its former chairman, Bruce Timms, for $60,000.
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Mid-March is a good time for teams in the Niagara 5-Pin Mixed Pro League to get hot.
Bad planning.That’s what Wainfleet resident Andrew Watts calls the proposed development of the former Lakewood Camp on Lakeshore Road.
The provincial government should allocate more money and resources for mental-health services in its upcoming budget, say Niagara MPPs.