Completing the semester before Jan. 10 won’t be ideal for Niagara College students who have been away from the classroom since mid-October.
Allan Benner, The Standard
Despite the concerns of several regional councillors, amendments to Niagara’s councillor expense policy were approved at Thursday night.
Pelham residents want the truth regarding allegations about the town’s finances.
Regional council should be leading efforts to promote the health of the waterways that border much of the Niagara Peninsula, says Welland Coun. Paul Grenier.
Sam Romano spent years searching for his great-grandfather. Sunday afternoon, he felt as though he had finally found him.
College students were already starting to worry after losing a few weeks of time in the classroom.
The Hotel Dieu Shaver foundation is bringing its annual celebration downtown, as it launches its annual Snowflakes and Angels Christmas Campaign, Friday.
The shifts were only 30 minutes each, but even that seemed a long time while you're standing guard when it's bitterly cold out.
Denise Lloyd-Boucher caught the last “red- eye” flight north, when she learned her great-grandfather's story would be shared during St. Catharines' Remembrance Day ceremony, Saturday morning.
A St. Catharines man was charged with mischief, after the Niagara Regional Police tactical unit was called into downtown St. Catharines, Saturday.
The protests remained peaceful, despite groups with opposing gathering on either side of the entrance to Short Hills Provincial Park, Saturday.
At first, workers at the Niagara Furniture Bank weren’t concerned when they noticed the organization’s van wasn’t parked in its usual spot — in the gravel parking lot off Ontario Street.
Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn has called two special council meetings in response to concerns raised by a former town councillor, regarding an in camera meeting that took place in early September.
West Lincoln’s Mayor Doug Joyner says the township he represents has already grown to more than 16,000, in the year since the last census was conducted.
Niagara planning applications requiring natural heritage policy interpretation are starting to fall behind, after Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority opted out of providing that service before Niagara Region was ready to take over.
Niagara’s planning and development services committee supported the Region’s revised development charges bylaw, despite repeated concerns that it could hamper economic development efforts in the southern tier.
Not all people who protest the deer hunt at Short Hills Provincial Park each fall are there because they’re opposed to hunting, alleges Karl Dockstader.
Niagara taxpayers could be paying the legal bills associated with bad behaviour of regional councillors.
Rather than building bigger fire halls, a city councillor is asking firefighters to consider smaller trucks.
FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre executive director Steve Solski hopes fundraising efforts will reduce the impact of the facility on city coffers, despite increasing costs.