A former Niagara Falls artist has had her conviction for arson set aside, and a new trial ordered.
It’s called the V12B445 but it will have a more palatable name by the time it hits store shelves in 2019.
Burgoyne Woods will be the place to be Saturday when the first ever Summer Heat Festival takes over the park.
The news of Georgia Pacific’s plans to demolish its shuttered Thorold paper plant comes as no surprise to Andy Stephens.
A person photographed lying in the dirt just outside Welland hospital emergency department Tuesday afternoon was a patient at the time.
Ontario Provincial Police are calling on the owner of an inflatable air mattress that caused a fatal crash on Highway 406 in Welland earlier this month.
Police are looking for a man they say tried to rob a variety store in Niagara Falls earlier this month.
The future of a proposed $1.5-billion development backed by Chinese investors in Niagara Falls is now uncertain.
Final work along the Thorold Stone Road extension from Stanley Avenue to the Gale Centre should be done by mid August, says Mayor Jim Diodati.
Columnist Joe Barkovich would like to see Welland Mayor Frank Campion, above, go Round 2 with Regional Chairman Alan Caslin.
Local reaction to West Lincoln’s bid for another seat on Niagara regional council was swift, consistent and clear.
Outgoing jazz singer Barbra Lica is called many things, but shy isn’t one of them.