The Welland Chiefs are still your No. 1 team as the regular season is all but wrapped up in the Niagara District Baseball Association.
The future of more than a million direct and spinoff jobs related to the auto industry are a critical part of what’s at stake.
Is there anything to compare to the flavour of a just-picked, sun warmed, August tomato?
I was fortunate enough to attend the two-day Global Leadership Summit at South Ridge last week.
It doesn’t take long for pro-angler Scott Huffman to figure out what kind of fish has hit one of his Berkley bass baits.
The Ministry of Labour is investigating after a worker was pinned by a trailer in Thorold Thursday.
Venomous snakes, alligators, scorpions and other dangerous creatures are being banned in Thorold under a newly adopted exotic animal bylaw.
Breaking up with her boyfriend wasn’t how Mel Monaco wanted to spend last summer. Turns out, it paid dividends for this summer.
Demolition of the downtown Grimsby building damaged in an extensive fire in early July is expected to begin next week, officials say.
A silver Ford was engulfed in flames this morning on the QEW, Niagara-bound near Jordan Station.
Maintenance began Thursday on the driveways at Fire Station 6 on Scott St.
Another discharge of dark, foul-smelling water into