Hundreds of Niagara women joined others in Washington D.C. and around the world in a protest march Saturday afternoon. The women marched from St. Catharines City Hall to the offices of St. Catharines MP Chris Bittle, where they held a rally. Full story coming soon. Photos by Grant LaFleche.
Parishioners of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church filed into the Welland parish one last time, tissues in hand as they got ready to say goodbye on Sunday.
A driver is charged with stunting after Niagara Regional Police found a male being shuttled in the trunk of one overloaded vehicle on Saturday’s foggy night.
It’s one o’clock, and the sky is grey. In fact, everything feels grey until I’m greeted by Grant Westcott and two yellow labs at the door of Westcott Vineyards.
It was a weekend of video game creation for students at Niagara College as they spent 48 hours in the computer labs for the Global Game Jam.
The Chinese business community has seen robust growth recently in Niagara.
Many walkers and cyclists took to Port Colborne's Port Promenade today during the mild January weather.
Andy Bredin has spent his life around the Niagara Gorge, but he never had a view quite like this.
There’s a happy ending for a dog in distress spotted in the Welland River Friday afternoon.