Bruce Allen was clearly proud of that stone monument, set in the gardens under a flowering magnolia tree on the front lawn of city hall.
Increasing Lake Ontario water levels are already causing problems in Port Dalhousie.
St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik says regional council should hold a special meeting on the integrity commissioner complaints.
A new facility at Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport will allow a Pelham company to expand its capabilities and testing.
A monument at Merritt Park gave Sharon Freeman a chance and a place to honour not only her fallen step-daughter, but others.
Will a new hotel tax the province has granted municipalities power to impose replace the notorious Destination Marketing Fee in Niagara Falls?
Entering a guilty plea in court saved the owners of a Port Colborne fourplex from paying a larger fine for Ontario Fire Code violations.
Niagara councillors cleared the air on its integrity commissioner, but the battles are far from over.
The answer from the police chief was an unequivocal no on whether the Niagara Regional Police have its own cellphone surveillance technology.
Notes from this week’s city hall happenings… St. Catharines councillors are asking the region to look into putting lids on recycling boxes.
Accidents on the Welland Ship Canal construction sometimes seem to be a result of random choices leading to terrible accidents.
The Ontario government’s 2017 budget could have done a better job of meeting the needs of Niagara residents and businesses, opposition MPPs say.