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.
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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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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.
The Ontario Fire Marshal is being called in to investigate a blaze on Crystal Beach Drive that has been deemed suspicious by the local fire department.
Rap icon Snoop Dogg paid a visit to Niagara last week and it’s likely he will be back again soon.
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.
Most people don’t know this about me – but I’m what could be considered an above-average power-walker.
Every little bit helps.
The Fort Erie Cannons weren’t able to repeat as postseason champions but manager Justin Hall says the team’s depth at all positions is what gave them a chance to win the league finals for a second consecutive year.
With more than 100 close friends and family members joining her, Sue Puhakka was able to make a sad situation a little better through the generosity of others.
Local families kicked off library month on Saturday with a fun-filled, educational event with robots, roller derby girls, cartoon drawing and much more.
The Fort Erie Cannons are swinging for back-to-back Niagara District Baseball Association (NDBA) Senior B championships.
Sometimes people need a change.