Unit One is set to distribute more boxes in November than it did in its first month, handing out 78 boxes.
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Four local photographers are using a website to help bring attention to issues around newborn photography.
Leesa Culp was hitching a ride home to Moose Jaw, Sask., with a truck driver on Dec. 30, 1986, when she and the driver witnessed a horrific accident ahead on the snowy highway.
A concert on Nov, 17 by the Avanti Chamber Singers - including Jordan Station resident Melissa Shriner - will feature Magnificat text in three languages from three eras and three geographical locations, says conductor Dr. Harris Loewen.
Local school trustee Cheryl Keddy-Scott says more people should come out and voice opinions about the possible closure of three Lincoln schools.
Now in its second month of operation, Beamsville's Unit One is pleased with the response to date.
A young woman was found dead in a car last Thursday. Her estranged boyfriend, whom police found trying to hang himself, is alleged to have killed his girlfriend.
For Sandra Bacon, it will be a moment of privilege and pride when Romantic Comedy opens this week at Trinity United Church's Memory Hall in Grimsby.
Beamsville resident Leesa Culp was hitching a ride home to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan with a truck driver on December 30, 1986, when she and the driver witnessed a horrific accident ahead on a snowy highway.
Mmmm ... mmm gas fumes. Now there's a sexy topic!
A two year-old girl was taken to West Lincoln Memorial Hospital (WLMH) Thursday night after accidentally falling into a pond in Lincoln.
The Maids of the Fist defeated the Dalhousie Destroyers 142-94 Saturday in Niagara Roller Girl action.
Every year about this time we start hearing complaints from the public about people leaving pets in their cars with windows either cranked all the way up or open only very slightly.
The first Niagara Roller Girls event attracted a large audience and went off without a hitch, says a Grimsby resident.
Oy ... my kids.. they have such long memories.
Wow, never in my life did I imagine I would be the defender of Conservatism.
An Ontario minority government can and should work, Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner said during a visit to Niagara Region last week.
Nicole Zavitz of Grimsby will be one of many West Niagara parents taking part in a huge sale of baby and kids clothing on April 14.
No more snow storms, no more slushy roads and no more freezing your keester off.
When Dalton McGuinty says the opposition parties should be working with him, he seems to have forgotten that the Conservatives have tried, said local MPP and PC leader Tim Hudak.