The Kinsmen Pool has shown its age in recent years, but the public facility is alive and well.
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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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Wagering is down 15 per cent at the Fort Erie Race Track this year and officials at the local border oval attribute the decrease to a policy in place up the Queen Elizabeth Way at Woodbine.
A memorial slo-pitch tournament in Stevensville supported several charities last weekend.
One of Fort Erie’s most iconic parks will once again be converted into an outdoor cinema next weekend.
Cats up for adoption at the Fort Erie SPCA have it made in the shade.
The Point Abino Lighthouse is iconic and one of Greater Fort Erie’s most important landmarks, says local historian Rick Doan.
Butterflies and other pollinators will be popular at an upcoming event in Stevensville.
More awards and nominations have been added to DJ Shub’s resume.
Dozens of cliques from several decades at both of Fort Erie’s high schools were back in the places they formed this weekend.
The buzz and excitement for an upcoming Canadian Forces Snowbirds air show over Lake Erie and the Niagara River has crashed.
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.
The Fort Erie Fire Department has found its newest leader.
Ridgeway will be the official headquarters for Fort Erie’s Canada 150 celebrations this summer.
Matty Matheson has nearly 15 years of experience as a chef, but being a TV star is still somewhat new to him.
Every club in Madeline Marck-Sherk’s bag is working for her right now.
Both of the Fort Erie Meteors’ last two games were blowouts.
A gap in Fort Erie’s recreational trail system is about to be filled with a $500,000 improvement.
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.
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.