A man and woman face a number of charges following a Niagara Regional Police investigation into suspected of trafficking of heroin, cocaine and fentanyl in the downtown core of St.Catharines.
Sometimes, parents need to say hello before they can say goodbye.
As the provincial government is being asked to intervene in the lockout of Niagara’s Catholic elementary teachers, the union representing those teachers is continuing to pressure the school board to accept its offer of voluntary arbitration.
There’s a lot of money available to bolster the Niagara’s economy within the 2017 federal budget.
The first St. Catharines Youth Forum generated many worthwhile ideas for the city to consider, from creating mental wellness spaces to communicating more through Instagram and Snapchat, Mayor Walter Sendzik says.
The first phase of a Niagara Falls-wide water meter replacement program is expected to start this fall, says director of municipal works Geoff Holman.
A new online engagement site has been created allowing residents to provide their ideas and feedback on city matters.
With his head down and his eyes locked on the floor, Justin Kuijer made his first appearance in a St. Catharines court room Thursday morning.
Hockey crowds can be rowdy, but now there’s a quiet place children can escape to while Fort Erie parents cheer on siblings.