Kris Dubé, Fort Erie Times/Niagara Advance

Kris Dubé worked more than six years for the Fort Erie Times, first as a reporter and later as an editor. Kris is a graduate of the Journalism-Print program at Niagara College. He has lived in Fort Erie his whole life.

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CHRIS DUBE/Special to The Review Sara Towner and Mary Weaver taking a stroll down memory lane at RCBHS on Friday.

Fort Erie high schools memories

Dozens of cliques from several decades at both of Fort Erie’s high schools were back in the places they formed this weekend.

Snowbirds air show cancelled

The buzz and excitement for an upcoming Canadian Forces Snowbirds air show over Lake Erie and the Niagara River has crashed.

Friendship Festival file photo. Postmedia Network

Multicultural element to Friendship Festival

As plans for multiple summer celebrations around town unfold – the Friendship Festival is looking ahead to a multicultural-themed day to close out the annual event, which runs from July 13 to 16 this year.

Participants run for the lake during the Polar Bear Dip at Crystal Beach. The event was hosted by the Crystal Beach Improvement Association. Kris Dube/Special to Postmedia Network

First time polar dipper jumps in

Tim Katch didn’t want to be outshined by his aunt Debbie, which is why he was one of a few dozen people who participated in this year’s Polar Bear Dip in Crystal Beach.

A few dozen people take part in a cold affair in Lake Erie Saturday at the Bertie Boat Club. (Kris Dubé/Special to Postmedia Network)

Frigid follies in Lake Erie

Tim Katch didn’t want to be outshined by his aunt Debbie, which is why he was one of a few dozen people who participated in Saturday’s polar bear dip in Crystal Beach.

An act of vandalism believed to have occurred overnight Sunday at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club has resulted in about $15,000 in damage, according to course owners. (Photo from Facebook)

NOTL golf course vandalized

An act of vandalism that occurred overnight on Sunday at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club has police and owners of the historic course shaking their heads.