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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 an unlimited number of TV shows and movies for a fraction of the cost of...
Twelve-year-old Sydney Pilzecker, from Fonthill, is still reeling from her multiple wins at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2019 Rabbit Show. Sydney took first place in the Judging Competition, first place in the Pet Class category, third place for...

COLUMN SIX: Colon cancer

Who, me? No way. This is my story. I make no apologies for my words or the contents. My facts are not gory or gruesome, merely facts. So, pull up your socks, sit back and read my story, if you...

The road to the major leagues

Katie Mooradian is living the dream. The 22-year-old St. Catharines native grew up loving baseball and now is going to collect a paycheque by going to the ballpark every day. The Sir Winston Churchill graduate recently accepted a position as a...
Council designates Feb 17-22 Kinsmen and Kinette Week Like many others of his generation in the early part of the 20th century, Hal Rogers spent part of his teenaged years locked in unimaginable horror. But from the trenches and killing...
Council directs staff to research public parking in Fenwick The night before a contentious Committee of Adjustment meeting that deferred a decision on a proposed hotel development for downtown Fenwick, Pelham’s Town Council directed staff to look into the feasibility...
Concerns about infrastructure put damper on plans The Town of Pelham’s Committee of Adjustment voted last Tuesday to defer a decision regarding plans for a three-story hotel and commercial space on the former Royal Bank site at the corner of...

The Voice, February 5 2020

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Hockey exec recalls his Niagara roots Growing up in a blue-collar neighbourhood of Niagara Falls was a magical time for 2020 Niagara Falls Sports Wall of Fame inductee David Conte. The wartime housing developments in the area of McLeod Road, Drummond...
Fatal collision at Webber Road crossing happened 40 years ago next week Residents of Fenwick have a close connection to the old Toronto Hamilton Buffalo train tracks, which cut diagonally through the village. Current residents have become used to the...