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Saturday, May 30, 2020

Pair of cats scratching out fundraiser

Kitcat and Maybee are your average cats. That’s why Johanna Tito, of Niagara Spay Neuter Assistance Program Inc., has been so surprised that they’ve been...

LCBO suggests lifestyle signage

Ward 1 Coun.  Jim Lane has a problem with revised signage on the new LCBO building. “I don’t need seven signs to tell me where...

Remembering the soldiers of 1812

A commemoration and dedication of grave markers for three brothers who served with the 2nd Lincoln Militia in the War of 1812 -- Sergeant...

Starting gates fill for election races

Rev. Paul MacNeil is breathing easier after Nomination Day last Friday. The candidate for the Niagara District Catholic School Board stood unopposed. His is one of...

Community garden to sprout at arena

Sheryl Pitre hopes to start soil work on a new community garden at the Pelham Arena this fall. Town council last week approved a business...

Biktoberfest roars on Saturday

This year Bruce Bissell has to worry about road construction as well as weather for the 12th annual Biktoberfest. If the weather is good as...
Mayoral candidates debate October 8

Three-way race for mayor

Two political newcomers, Mark Bay and Zachary Junkin, are challenging two-term  incumbent Dave Augustyn for the town’s top job. “The mayoral election campaign is about...

Architect has designs on community centre

Petroff Achitects won out over three other firms to design a multi-purpose community centre for Pelham. Town council approve the recommendation from its staff and...

Mandolin Orchestra tours musical world

Playing what’s in their heart, the Mandolin Orchestra of Niagara (MOON) stretches the limits of mandolin sound and technique. Sylvia Hlywka Brabson, a leader in...

Pirates show potential in opener

It wasn’t the perfect start to the season for the new Pirates. They fell to the Ancaster Avalanche 6-3 in front of a packed Pelham...