It's never enough to simply stage Dracula any more. There must be some meaning behind it, a new perspective on its themes and metaphors
The Berkley B1 Championship Tour will be back in Port Colborne and on Lake Erie in 2018, said tournament founder and president Ben Woo.
The family of deceased baby Kody Smart has launched a $750,000 lawsuit against Niagara Region Children’s Aid Society
Standing on the pool deck, lifeguard Elaine Chubb had only been at work for five minutes when something small dropped down in front of her.
Carrying groceries up the steps of her home in Toronto, she heard an odd crinkling noise.
More than 2,600 Niagara children from low-income families will return to class in a few weeks with all the supplies they need for another school year.
This year Sukriti Harjai finished atop the leaderboard that counted the most.
Hundreds of St. Catharines area residents turned their gaze to the sky, for a glimpse of a partial eclipse, Monday.
The Beamsville Bullet lived up to his nickname at New Humberstone Speedway Sunday night in Port Colborne.
The last time so many Canadians stared up at the sky at the same time, Rod Stewart's Do You Think I'm Sexy was the number one song and Laverne & Shirley was TV's number one show.
A defence lawyer told a jury Monday his client was no angel, but the Crown hasn’t proved its first- degree murder case beyond a reasonable doubt.
What if you could see autism?