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The town will take a second look at a pedestrian crossing signal at Pancake Lane and Pelham Street. Pancake Lane resident Helen Wismer in presenting a 141 name petition to town council Monday said Pancake Lane has become a thoroughfare...
The town will set aside money to a help basement flooded residents in the Hurricane Road pumping station area as well as those with backup flooding in other areas of the town. At its regular meeting Monday, councillors turned down...
Another exciting ride is set to head out from Pelham Friends Church in Pelham this weekend. Hundreds of cyclists will head out on Oct. 4 in the Ride for Refuge. The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling fundraiser that partners...

Gapper keeps camp costs low

The scenic trails of Agape Valley once again hosted participants of the Gapper, a one kilometre and five kilometre run in Pelham. Now in it’s sixth year, the event organized by three individuals – Steve Dube, Dave Trotter and Eli...

Glynn A. goes Green

Students from Glynn A. Green Public School and Brock University got their hands dirty for a new outdoor classroom in Pelham. The entire project, spearheaded by Dr. Mary Breunig, an associate professor at Brock University and Cassie Wever, who’s working...
I believe in the potential within us for perfect health, and that health is defined by what we do, not what we take.  Epigenetics is a new field of science that studies how our genes respond to both positive...
Riders of all ages are invited to attend as participants or spectators on this day. Horseback riding is a sport enjoyed by people of every stage in their life and Grand view Farms is particularly geared towards teaching and providing...
On Oct. 2, nine ill or injured Canadian soldiers will be coming to Pelham to learn fly fishing as part of their rehabilitation. With the support of Soldier On, a Canadian Forces organization dedicated to providing restorative experiences to...
Regional council is not very effective in making decisions to carry the Niagara Region into the future, says one of three candidates for Pelham’s regional council seat. Anthony Annunziata said regional councillors tend to make decisions based on parochial needs...
A lack of openness with the community promoted Bill Heska to run for town council is Ward 3. Heska, 65, filed his nomination papers on deadline to enter the ward race against incumbents John Durley and Peter Papp, and, newcomer...