Fort Erie Cannons starting catcher Robin Kellar (left) hits a ball on the ground in his game against the Merritton Alliance on Wednesday night. Also pictured is Alliance starting catcher Mark Fusco, who collected a hit for his team in the 10-5 loss. — Corey LeBlanc/Special to Postmedia

Chiefs still in top spot

The Welland Chiefs are still your No. 1 team as the regular season is all but wrapped up in the Niagara District Baseball Association.

This undated photo provided by U.S. Fish and Wildlife shows a king cobra hidden in a potato chip can that was found in the mail in Los Angeles. Cobras are now banned under Thorold's new exotic animal bylaw. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife via AP)

Thorold bans exotic animals

Venomous snakes, alligators, scorpions and other dangerous creatures are being banned in Thorold under a newly adopted exotic animal bylaw.

A silver Ford was engulfed in flames this morning on the QEW, Niagara-bound near Jordan Station. Lincoln Fire Services responded at 11:05 a.m. and put out the blaze quickly, but not before the fire had destroyed the front of the vehicle, popping out the windows and melting both front tires. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Traffic was congested on the QEW for hours after the incident. (Harley Davidson/Standard Staff)

Car fire on QEW

A silver Ford was engulfed in flames this morning on the QEW, Niagara-bound near Jordan Station.

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