A Tuesday afternoon fire on Montgomery Road in Welland has resulted in an estimated $500,000 in damages, and that number could rise.
Laura Barton, Tribune Staff
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Walking through the halls of Niagara College’s Welland campus on Monday was like walking through a ghost town as the teaching staff was on strike outside.
More than 900 kids from 12 Niagara schools were at Brock University Thursday to hear about how they can stand up to bullying.
Thirty people from 14 countries can now officially call themselves Canadians after a citizenship ceremony at Roselawn Centre in Port Colborne Friday morning.
The City of Welland is exploring the idea of creating a for-profit municipal services corporation in the hopes of attracting new industrial and residential development.
Welland is hoping to move forward with its comprehensive zoning bylaw, which was discussed at city council’s general committee meeting Tuesday night.
There are new plans in an effort to preserve the heritage of downtown Welland’s Central Fire Station.
Welland and Pelham public libraries and the John Howard Society of Niagara have teamed up to promote community services and help strengthen family units.
Former Port Colborne mayor Bob Saracino is one of a group of residents asking for a change in the city’s ward structure.
With renovations now complete, Wainfleet Arena is fully updated and fully accessible.
The ear-splitting sound of an old fire siren broke through the air in Fenwick on Sunday afternoon as the members of Pelham Fire Department Station No. 2 celebrated 100 years of service.
The smell of food wafted through Welland’s downtown core all weekend as people milled the streets and went from vendor to vendor tasting varieties food.
With flags, traditional clothing, instruments and smiles in tow, 30 groups marched through downtown Welland on Sunday as a part of the CEED of Hope diversity parade.
Hand-looming was one of many activities Welland held at the Welland Civic Square between Friday and Sunday to celebrate Culture Days.
The Welland Museum officially opened its newest exhibit to the public on Saturday and shared about plans to contribute to education about indigenous cultures.
The Canadian Federation of University Women Welland and District annual book sale was underway on Saturday at the Niagara Regional Exhibition Fairgrounds.
“You got to think outside the bark.”
Niagara College’s hairstyling students now have a home at the Welland Campus in the newly-renovated Pavilion building.
After two confirmed cases of canine parvovirus in the Rose City, Welland and District Humane Society is warning residents to make sure their dogs’ vaccinations are up to date.
Niagara Regional Police are investigating allegations of sexual assault at the Royal Rose Place long-term care facility in Welland.