It’s wise to listen to your lawyer. Wiser, still, if he happens to be a friend with impeccable taste in food.
If ever you are in need of a meditation on how to treat people well, I’d recommend opening the pages of Homer’s Odyssey.
Traffic signals, playground equipment and a new Market Square roof will be paid for through a 2016 infrastructure levy OK’d by city council Monday.
To date, it has cost the city $47,000 to have an independent investigator look into an allegation made by Coun. Carolynn Ioannoni.
Regional Chairman Alan Caslin will ask Andy Petrowski to apologize to the community for what he called “homophobic comments” made by the St. Catharine
St. Catharines councillors have rejected a proposal to transfer Morningstar Mill to Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
It may have taken some time and a lot of hard work, but organizers of Welland Float Fest are excited for Sunday’s event.
The province is injecting funds into Niagara to help improve emergency care.
The stars will be shining bright at the 41st edition of the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
Two Jordan Station residents won $1 million with Lotto Max Maxmillions in the August 12 draw.
Canadian chart toppers, a busy movie director and a longtime chronicler of the Falls are among this year's inductees to the Niagara Falls Arts & Culture Wall of Fame.
It’s been a hectic, memorable and productive summer for Carter Krawchuk.