Converting a pristine piece of property into a green campground and offering cultural Segway tours are part of a plan for the Lake Gibson corridor.
Kashima Woodham’s typically wears jeans and a T-shirt to work. But to many in her life, Woodham, 33, may as well be sporting a superhero’s cape.
Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority representatives were on their feet for more than an hour Monday as St. Catharines councillors grilled them.
The race has not officially started, but behind the scenes a battle is brewing over who will represent the Progressive Conservative party in Niagara F
The case of a St. Catharines veterinarian facing numerous animal cruelty charges has been delayed until later this week.
Niagara’s unemployment rate continues heading in the right direction.
After months of construction delays on Highway 406, the Ministry of Transportation says there’s a few more years of work to go before it’s done.
Temporarily laid-off General Motors workers in St. Catharines were back on the job Monday after a four-week strike at Ingersoll’s CAMI plant ended.
Quality and fairness for students and faculty are among issues that sent college faculty to the picket line Monday, says the chief steward of OPSEU Local 242 at Niagara College.
Holding hands in public with her girlfriend felt natural. Instinctive and loving. An expression of connectedness between two women who were dating.
Multiple agencies are still searching the upper Niagara River for missing Buffalo Police Department officer Craig Lehner after he went missing Friday.
Residents may notice lower pressure and discoloured water for intermittent periods the next two weeks.