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Friday, July 10, 2020

Pelham mayor responds to twin investigation results

Editor’s note: Over the weekend, the Voice reached out to Pelham Town Council, Pelham CAO David Cribbs, and Pelham Mayor Marvin Junkin for comment...

Provincial, local investigations into Pelham mayor, council

Taxpayer tab for recommended reprimand—$18,430 The results of two reviews into Pelham Town Council’s conduct concerning fundraising for renovations of the Bandshell in Fonthill’s Peace...

FROM THE STACKS: Summer Reading Community Challenge and curbside service

News from Pelham Public Library BY AMY GUILMETTE Acting CEO Reading is essential to the wellbeing of society and to our functioning as a democracy. According to...

Local youth sports teams in limbo

It’s a game of wait-and-see for most sports If your youngster plays golf or tennis, the good news is that they are probably already back...

BY-ELECTION 2020: Community advocate first to throw his hat into the ring

Perennial candidate Steven Soos looking for his debut electoral win Last month, Pelham Town council voted to hold a by-election to fill the Ward 1...

Oh, hail no!

Deluge of rain and hail cuts destructive swath through local farms and orchards When Linda Allison saw the lightning across Lake Ontario and realized a...

PELHAM: Town Council news

Kore returns, council again defers action Ward 2 Councillor Ron Kore made his return to Town of Pelham duty for the June 1 council meeting....

Pelham Farmers Market opens Thursday

The Pelham Farmers Market's first day of operation this year is Thursday, June 11. The market will have 13 vendors instead of its usual 26....

Stunting charges laid in Pelham

In the evening hours of Friday, June 5, members of the Niagara Regional Police Service Traffic Enforcement Unit (TEU) were on patrol in the...

Welland: Second anonymous grocery giveaway set for June 12

Welland residents will receive another truckload of groceries from an anonymous donor on Friday, June 12, beginning at 1 PM at Welland’s Market Square....