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Have you noticed a drop in the number of birds visiting your feeder or yard so far this winter? If you live in Pelham, take our poll!  Results in our next print edition.   If you do not see the poll questions...

Akil returns with gold

Former IceDogs captain earns gold medal with Team Canada Akil Thomas returned to the Niagara IceDogs last week, his head still spinning after being front and centre of one of the most memorable moments in Canadian sports history. The IceDogs captain...
The Moonlighters returned to the Welland Community Wellness Complex last autumn. The band is comprised of Rod Joanisse, keyboard and vocals, Brad Whitelaw, guitar and vocals, Wayne Lack, bass and vocals, and Dan Colavicchia, drums. “This is one of...

Rotary has $5000 for you

Fonthill club seeking deserving local charity for grant The Rotary Club of Fonthill has a $5,000 grant to be devoted to a local charitable endeavour, and is asking for help in determining which one should be chosen. As is the case...
Dr. Bohdan Hrynyk and his wife, Tamara, are the new faces at the newly named Pelham Hills Dentistry, on Pelham Street in downtown Fonthill. Locals may have noticed their new sign, erected in December on the former Sawatzky Dental...
Submission deadline for Kinsmen award is Jan. 31, awards dinner in March As the Golden Globes and Oscars remind us every winter, awards season is here, and the Fonthill and District Kinsmen are accepting submissions for their Pelham Citizen of...
Should schools be closed due to the Ontario English Catholic Teacher's Association (OECTA) strike on Tuesday, January 21, the Town of Pelham is offering a camp program at a daily rate. Through a statement released on Friday afternoon, the Town...
Like many Niagara residents, the Mayor remembers passing contact with Rush drummer Neil Peart The death of Neil Peart, Hall of Fame drummer for Rush, has brought an outpouring of tributes and reminiscences from around the world as fans and...

Trib tourney loses sixth man

Bob Tomiuck remembered as key volunteer A key cog was missing at last week’s 65th Annual Welland Tribune Basketball Tournament. Long-time committee member Bob Tomiuck passed away before Christmas and his absence was keenly felt. “We are going to miss him dearly,”...
Fifteen-year-old phenom T. J. Hurley named MVP E. L. Crossley’s T. J. Hurley has already exceeded his father Mike’s accomplishments at the Welland Tribune Basketball Tournament. The Grade 10 guard was named tournament MVP of the 65th Annual Welland Tribune Basketball...