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Saturday, September 25, 2021

FIRST PERSON | Growing up with nudists

Michael Ruehle, son of Sun Valley Gardens owners, recalls his childhood on 25-acre naturist camp My parents moved to Fenwick from Toronto in about 1955-56...

ELECTION 2021 | Knives out at Cogeco Niagara West candidates debate

Allison on the defensive, Bingham says riding needs strategic voting Animosity ran high between Niagara West Conservative incumbent Member of Parliament Dean Allison and Liberal...

“He was like Superman to me”

A life remembered Carpe Diem. A Latin aphorism, which translates to “seize the day.” Earl Clapp had the words tattooed on his wrist about 20...

Former Pelham Town councillors react to Bozzato news

Following last week's announcement that the Town of Pelham's Clerk, Nancy Bozzato, was set to retire this spring, the Voice reached out for comment...

Full circle in 100 years

Fonthill resident discovers that similar Niagara pandemic-related economic conditions existed in 1920 Karen Elliott, of Milburn Drive in Fonthill, has lived almost her entire life...

These streetwise libraries never close

The little library movement is spreading in Pelham. You’ll see them on the front lawn as you pass by, a cabinet intended for the free...

Ciolfi memorial stone at community centre

Outside the south entrance of the Meridian Community Centre there is a newly dedicated memorial stone honouring the service and memory of Mike Ciolfi,...

Last of their kind

Niagara's remaining two video rental stores are full of nostalgia We live in the Age of Streaming. Anyone with television or internet access can view...

This year, artists display their best online

Pelham Art Festival runs May 1 - 15 Featuring nationally acclaimed Canadian artists, the Pelham Art Festival will run online from May 1 to May...

Cooking up a scouting brew: witches, Brownies, and Sparks

Girl Guides celebrate new enrollments Underneath an almost full moon, an assortment of witches, princesses and fairies gathered under the pavilion at Harold Black...