For many, the anticipation of Wednesday night’s hockey game was witnessing the IceDogs’ chance of moving to the OHL finals.
Declan Arnold a senior kindergarten student from Twenty Valley Public School in Vineland kept his flag up for most of the ceremony.
Niagara’s agricultural land is facing a sort of environmental terrorist attack, if you will.
When the First World War broke out in August 1914, there was a scramble to put the nation on a war footing.
Fednav Ltd. of Montreal added five new oceangoing lakers to its fleet in 2015.
It seems like science fiction to many of the Welland Library users.
Debbie Hough watched with tears in her eyes as dark, heavy smoke billowed from her McDonagh Crescent home.
You have to hand it to Niagara's regional councillors. If they are anything, they're consistent.
David Kennedy was born in 1885 in Dumbarton, Scotland, a shipbuilding town about 10 miles west of Glasgow, on the River Clyde.
A drunk driver who crashed his Cadillac into a tree in St. Catharines has been sentenced to six months in jail.
Forsythia, pansies and daffodils all say spring to me. And leaves? Don’t talk to me about leaves.
On episode 7 of the Lake to Lake Podcast we take a look at the Niagara IceDogs remarkable playoff run, the south Niagara hospital and we kick off our