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BarBurrito serves up healthy options in Fort Erie

Renison Javad serves dishes with a smile. Food lovers can enjoy beef burritos with a variety of toppings at the new BarBurrito in Fort Erie. While it’s considered a fast-food option, Fort Erie’s newest restaurant is anything but a typical fast-food franchise. BarBurrito recently opened its doors at 450 Garrison Rd. and celebrated its official grand opening on Feb. 28. “We’ve been observing the… → Read More

Craft show to help feed the need in Port Colborne

The Niagara Vendors Show and Bazaar is planned for March 25 → Read More

Illusionist Nick Wallace to bring wonder and magic to Port Colborne

An award-winning illusionist is set to bring an extraordinary show to Port Colborne. Nick Wallace will mix magic and storytelling during his show called A Work of Fiction, planned for March 4 at the Roselawn Theatre at 7:30 p.m. During his show, Wallace forgoes fancy props and special effects and prefers to conjure with an audience's imagination by presenting magic and mind reading in a way that… → Read More

Mini Pop Kids' bringing family-friendly show to Niagara Falls

The Mini Pop Kids are performing two shows at the Niagara Falls Convention Centre on March 11. The Mini Pop Kids have taken their show on the road and have plans to hit the stage in Niagara. While it may be geared toward the kids, the adults have a rockin’ time at the show too. “I definitely have noticed adults having just as much fun getting up and dancing with us,” said Mini Pop Kids singer… → Read More

Feline lucky? Niagara SPCA and Humane Society launches 50/50 draw

Agency gets no government funding, uses fundraiser to support animals in need → Read More

Need continues to grow as Pelham Cares gets ready to celebrate 40 years

Agency busier than it's ever been, says board president → Read More

Hot Chocolate Trail brews up success for Niagara Falls tourism

Trail will return to Winter Festival of Lights celebration → Read More

Tired of regular and cards? Niagara has unique ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

From heartbreaker chocolate to 'Galentine's Day' events → Read More

St. Catharines mayor's breakfast to help put cap on homelessness

Sunset Grill staff will be serving up breakfast at the annual Toque Tuesday Mayor’s Pancake Breakfast. From left is Raymond vanDyk, Kara Boughner and Jimmy Clarito. There’s no better way to start the day than savouring the taste of a freshly cooked plate of pancakes. Think of the mouth-watering aroma of the butter sizzling and the sound the batter makes when it glides into the sizzling pan. It… → Read More

Fort Erie mothers start 'Mom Boxes' program to help young families

Donations of clothing, bottles are other items accepted → Read More

Work continues on St. Catharines' Salem Chapel restoration

It may be small, but the historic St. Catharines chapel has left behind an impressive legacy. Nestled beside some taller businesses on a busy stretch of Geneva Street, Salem Chapel British Methodist Episcopal (BME) Church can be hard to spot if you don’t already know it’s there. Rochelle Bush, a church trustee and historian, said there are still a large number of people in Niagara who aren’t… → Read More

Trade show in Welland to highlight breweriana

Niagara Brewery Collectibles Club trade show set for Sept. 24 → Read More

Welland man doesn't have time to wait for life-saving surgery

Man given three months to live and wait times for surgery are longer → Read More

Grimsby celebrates Canada Summer Games

Lynn Vallentgoed brought her grandson Hudson Smyth to the 13 for 13 Festival event at the Peach King Centre in Grimsby. They enjoyed playing the games including Jenga. The sun shone on visitors enjoying the final stop in Grimsby for the 13 for 13 Festival on Saturday (Aug. 20) at the Peach King Centre. A large crowd of people enjoyed live entertainment, food trucks and games. As part of the… → Read More

Welland and Quebec a 'perfect pairing' for 13 for 13 event

Merritt Park draws crowd for Canada Summer Games celebration → Read More

PHOTOS: Niagara Falls celebrates during Pride event

Taps Brewhouse plays host to live music, vendors and more → Read More

'On the roof, we have to prove ourselves': Welland roofers advocate for women in trades

All-women team of roofers known as 'Summit Sisters' → Read More

Limited spots available for Pelham STEM camp

The summer school break may be winding down, but Pelham’s first-ever STEM camp still has lots of fun in store for young thinkers, problem-solvers and creators. Leah Letford, a communications specialist for the town, said limited space is still available for the last few weeks of the summer before school starts. The STEM camp is for children ages seven to 14 and is being held at the Meridian… → Read More

'The need is growing faster than our resources': YWCA Niagara Region organizes food drive

Donations of non-perishables can be made from Aug. 19 to 25 → Read More

Discover Aviation to take flight at Pelham airport

Spaces limited for program to be held at Dorothy Rungeling Airport → Read More