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Thursday, December 2, 2021

What’s up with all those helicopters

Sky's the limit for those who can afford it; Whirlybirds whisk snowbirds to rendezvous with their wheels in new Buffalo shuffle While the COVID-19 pandemic...

PELHAM | Lack of affordable housing for disabled is concern

Lifelong Pelham resident Rhys Evans may effectively be priced out of town Nigel and Denise Evans have lived in Pelham for three decades, ever since...

A needless tragedy, still unexplained

Michael Bond struck and killed a pedestrian on Effingham Street one year ago Monday. Now a court will decide his fate. The day was dreary...

Benevolent barter sees weathervanes refurbished

Who can resist a heartwarming story in the midst of a pandemic? Donna Boksa and her husband moved to Niagara ten years ago, and...

Cantering into a more hopeful future

Horse Cents For Kids is a relatively new charity. The after-school program takes place on Friday evenings and focuses on working with low-income youth...

Developer set to build on Haist Street

John Lally says he's moving in himself In a Town of Pelham survey conducted in early 2019, 85% of respondent residents indicated an interest in...

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,...

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...

First kids’ book for local writer

Fenwick resident Mark Bulmer recently published his first children’s book, Satchel’s Night Nest Adventures: A Trip To London. The book revolves around a dog...

North Pelham Hall needs a refit

The North Pelham Youth Association (NPYA), which operates out of the North Pelham Hall on Maple Street near Tice Road, is putting the wheels...