Many consider Niagara-on-the-Lake the site of a unique Chrismas parade, and one of the largest in Canada.
Penny Coles, Niagara Advance
It’s taken 50 years for a Fort Erie football team to be recognized for a championship game they won in 1966.
When Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Annual Candlelight Stroll begins Friday, seven-year-old Edwin Thom will proudly be leading the way.
Milena Avramovic, Niagara-on-the-Lake’s chief administrative officer, is gone just six months after she was hired.
Fourteen members of Unifor Local 199 are have been on strike since Nov. 13, frustrated over several issues in dispute with their Niagara-on-the-Lake employer.
When Erica Van de Laar’s parents first learned she was visually impaired, they were disappointed to think there were things their five-year-old daughter might never do.
Glendale, a community of Niagara-on-the-Lake sitting by itself on the edge of town, is the perfect location for a Little Free Library, one of more than 25,000 around the world helping to promote a love of reading and a sense of community.
It appears there may be not one but two health hubs in the future for Niagara-on-the-Lake.
A public campaign has been launched to raise $250,000 to help renovate the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library.
It’s been less than two years since the last municipal election, but it seems some councillors’ memories don’t stretch back that far.
Is it a fountain or a wading pool? Neither - now it's a splash pad.
If you're thinking fireworks for Canada Day, you may want to head to Fort George for an organized, sanctioned display.
Is it a fountain or a wading pool?
A committee looking at options for local health care is promoting the benefits of a health hub.
This Sunday, exactly 225 years since an English clergyman took the first step in a journey that would bring him to Niagara-on-the-Lake, he will be honored by the church he founded.
Betty Disero understands not every ash tree can be saved, but she is determined two beautiful, majestic trees will continue to live on, protected from the emerald ash borer.
Burlington’s loss is Niagara’s gain.
Campbell Scott, a Niagara-on-the-Lake artist who died in 2013, is often described as a Renaissance man.
Richard and Elaine Alguire, recent transplants from Toronto, have learned what it’s like to live in a small community with a big heart.
The inaugural re-enactment of the 1813 walk of Laura Secord was an event that would be hard to top, but Caroline McCormick, great-great-great- granddaughter of Secord and president of the Friends of Laura Secord, keeps trying.