St. Catharines taxpayers can relax.
Tim Hudak’s annual riding barbecue had a high- powered guest list Wednesday night, with three Ontario PC Party leadership hopefuls.
New faces are needed on Niagara Falls city council.
Being able to surf the Internet has made Sharon Feamster's four-hour medical procedures at the Welland hospital every month a little more bearable.
On Nov. 1, Port Colborne residents are asked to include one extra task into their morning routine.
Whitley Turvey and Maddi Morgan ran at each other furiously.
If it wasn’t a Tuesday, and there wasn’t a curfew, it’s a party that might still be going.
Judith Kyrinis made an impressive debut at the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Golf Championship.
A research team is adding fuel to the mounting evidence of climate change.
Tickets for the 2014 Pearl Gloves boxing gala to support the Niagara chapter of the MS Society, presented by the Standard and the St. Catharines Boxin
Ford will hire 1,000 new hourly-wage workers as its Oakville Assembly plant, the company says.
It can be the most devastating health news you’ll hear.