Deja vu all over again.
An overwhelming majority of trustees sided with their senior staff at Tuesday's school board meeting, sounding the death knell for Parliament Oak.
Molly Murphy is not a name most who live in St. Catharines will recognize.
One person was sent to St. Catharines hospital after a car collided with a tractor hauling a trailer of vegetable oil on the South Service Rd.
MONTREAL - A Crown witness in the Luka Magnotta case has died.
St. Catharines councillor Laura Ip showed her support for GO service to Niagara on Twitter this afternoon. And, she asked Ontario's transportation min
The old adage ‘success breeds success’ certainly holds true for the St. Catharines Chaos intermediate A women’s hockey team.
A topless woman walked straight into Mayor Jim Diodati’s office at city hall around noon Thursday.
Niagara Region is being sued by a company denied the contract to paint Welland's Main Street Bridge.
The jet boats are in the water, but adventure tours are on hold until there's no danger of running into chunks of ice.
Ontarians have the right to know if a sex offender lives nearby, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Fort Erie Secondary School’s Charmaine Hollard couldn’t wait to get her hands dirty at the 7th annual Niagara Envirothon.