Local reaction to West Lincoln’s bid for another seat on Niagara regional council was swift, consistent and clear.
If we use our abilities to support others, can we help build a healthier and happier society for all?
Our readers write about the provincial government and one man's desire to make use of old marine bollards in Port Colborne.
The recent damage to St. Catharines’ indoor pool is likely to prove costly.I’m not talking about the repairs. Presumably, fixing the Kiwanis Aquatics Centre’s ceiling and lighting fixtures won’t break the bank.Then again, when has anything ever broken the public-sector bank?The cost of which I speak comes further down the road.
Chester Overholt was the only victim of the tragic Lock 6 gate collapse of August 1, 1928 to have been local. Indeed, the eldest son of the carpenter Daniel and his wife Mariah Overholt had been born in Jordan Station. Like many semi-skilled labourers in the early years of the 20th century, Overholt plied several trades.Thus, while census returns
So, what will Niagara’s transportation system look like in 25 years?
Ahh, the dog days of summer.
Our readers write about paramedic delays at hospitals and about next month's Mayweather-McGregor fight.
Our readers write about kind waste collection employees and the BDS movement.