This weekend is the 50th anniversary of the Virgil Stampede, and it’s going to be an event worthy of the milestone, say organizers.
Penny Coles, Niagara Advance
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church is hosting a hymn sing festival Saturday, in memory of their minister, Rev. Barb McGale, who died in February after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
It's just a tiny, meticulously maintained cemetery in Niagara-on-the-Lake, but it represents a significant event in the history of Poland.
As Canada celebrates National Hospice Palliative Care Week, Niagara-on-the-Lake's own palliative care service is celebrating 30 years in the community.
When Al Derbyshire celebrated his 95th birthday last August, he was having a little trouble getting around, but hoping to get back on the golf course soon.
Irene Murray is a Niagara-on-the-Lake woman who likes to travel.
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When Dave and Helen Wall were alerted by neighbours that their garage was on fire early Tuesday evening, there was nothing they could do but stand by helplessly and watch their Virgil home of almost 60 years destroyed.
As it has been every year for the last 17 years, the National Day of Mourning memorial service in Niagara-on-the-Lake Thursday morning was an occasion to remember Joel Murray, a husband and father who was crushed to death in 1998 at the GM plant where he worked.
Vandals have no respect for heritage, public or private, a spree of graffiti vandalism has shown.
HIgh school education is returning to Niagara-on-the-Lake this September, with the arrival of a private school aimed at attracting international students.
Owen Bjorgan wasn't able to attend last Thursday's protest against biodiversity offsetting, but he couldn't be more passionately opposed to it.
There's something magical going to transpire on stage this season at the Shaw Festival.
Buckle your seatbelt - Thrill Show Productions promises you're in for a wild ride at the 50th annual Virgil Stampede, with the first ever demolition derby at the three-day event.
This year, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Virgil Stampede, the Virgil Business Association is throwing a party for all the volunteers who have helped to make the event successful over the years.
Jim Cooper has retired from the stage, but not from performing.
Kea Reid wasn't a fan of funerals - she always said she wanted a party as a send-off.
Tweed Farms, the commercial operation in Niagara- on-the-Lake licensed by Health Canada to grow medical marijuana, has reached the next step in its expansion - it is now processing and storing the dried product from its Concession 5 facility.
If you know one person with autism, you know one person with autism, says Helen Scott - something she has learned through a support group, but also from her son.
Wayne Gates, MPP for the Niagara Falls riding that includes Niagara-on-the-Lake, makes house calls.