More than 2,100 people have been tested for COVID-19, ever since Niagara Health started accepting self-referrals at its assessment centres.
Niagara Health has called off the COVID-19 outbreak in Unit D of Greater Niagara General Hospital.
Niagara Regional Chair Jim Bradley has released an official statement, condemning racism and discrimination.
The Ford Government will release more details about stage two of reopening Ontario’s economy early next week.
UPDATE: The 40-year-old Fort Erie man is now facing additional charges.
Niagara Region Public Health has declared another COVID-19 outbreak at Garden City Manor in St. Catharines.
Niagara’s jobless rate shot up to 12.6 percent last month, but it’s still lower than the provincial and national average.
We have no new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara today, but another person has died.
Short term rentals are getting the green light to reopen in Niagara and across the province.
The anonymous grocer is heading back to St. Catharines today.
There’s one new case of the virus in Niagara.
Say goodbye to the Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show in Niagara Falls.
There will be no Golf Classic Tournament in Niagara-on-the-Lake this year.
UPDATE: Police have tracked down a 39-year-old Thorold man who was wanted in relation to several construction-related frauds in the Niagara area.
Youth in Niagara and across the rest of the province can now apply to become a member of the Premier’s Council on Equality of Opportunity.
The new pavilion in Lakeside Park will be named after Neil Peart.
St. Catharines City Council has given the green light to the STC Framework for Recovery.
We’re back down to single-digit increases in Niagara.
As the number of cases spike in Niagara, there are fewer people with the virus in hospital.
Better internet and cell services are on the way for rural residents in Niagara.
Marineland is celebrating the birth of a baby walrus.
He says the health and wellbeing of all Niagara Health patients, staff and physicians is their top priority.
NRP Chief Bryan MacCulloch has released an official statement in regards to a planned rally in Niagara Falls over the weekend.
One man is dead and two others remain in hospital after a single-vehicle crash in West Lincoln.
Premier Doug Ford has announced a $150 million investment to help improve broadband and cellular connectivity in Niagara and beyond
Another COVID-19 outbreak has been called off in Niagara.
The COVID-19 rollercoaster continues in Niagara.
Fort Erie is off to the races for the season.
The number of active cases in Niagara is down slightly to 46.
Mayor Walter Sendzik says small businesses in St. Catharines will benefit from the ShopHERE program.
June is Seniors Month and the theme this year is Stay Safe, Stay in Touch.
The Niagara Falls Illumination Board decided to turn off the nightly illumination for one-hour last night, as a show of solidarity and support for the Black community.
Businesses across Ontario have stepped up to help in the fight against COVID-19.
Niagara Falls MPP Wayne Gates is calling on Premier Doug Ford to deploy resources to COVID-19 hotspots in the agricultural sector.
They have broken ground on two new residence buildings for the Fort Erie International Academy.
We have no new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara today.
Fort Erie is out with a warning, as the end of the week gets closer.
An outbreak in St. Catharines has led to a spike in active cases in Niagara.
The Royal Canadian Henley Regatta has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Police have charged a 23-year-old man following the death of the dog in Welland.
Hilary Pearson will be the next Chancellor of Brock University.
Pride Month has officially arrived.
Three long-term care homes have disappeared from Public Health’s list of COVID-19 outbreaks in Niagara.
Niagara’s COVID-19 numbers shot up today.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Pioneer Flower Farms in St. Catharines.
More than 86 per cent of people with COVID-19 in Niagara have recovered.
Businesses and residents in Niagara and across the province will continue to get some relief on their hydro bills.
You may be able to spot more bylaw officers out and about in Wainfleet.
Niagara’s waste collection trucks will now pickup your unwanted large items.
You’ll have to pay for parking if you visit one Niagara’s local hospitals.
We now have 642 cases of COVID-19 in Niagara.
Charges have been laid in a St. Catharines homicide investigation.
The City of Welland has decided to cancel all of its recreation and culture programming for the summer, due to COVID-19.
Charges have been laid in a Lincoln fraud investigation, involving a long-term care home.
Only eleven people are being treated for COVID-19 in local hospitals.
We have one new case of COVID-19 in Niagara.
It looks like another COVID-19 outbreak has been called off in Niagara.
He says we must have a “Made in Niagara” approach to kick-starting the tourism industry.
A Thorold teenager is facing a list of charges including assaulting a police officer and attempting to injure a police dog.
More people are recovering from COVID-19 in Niagara.
Habitat for Humanity Niagara is taking its first step in a phased-in approach to restarting its operations.
The City of Port Colborne will reopen the Skateboard and BMX park in Lock 8 Gateway Park today.
Police found over $2,900 worth of cocaine and $6,715 in cash while searching a home in St. Catharines.
UPDATE: The NRP has tracked down the owner of a large stack of cash that was found on the street in Thorold.
They were left clinging to a bridge abutment in the mouth of the Niagara River close to the Erie Canal.
About 50 firefighters responded to a fire at an auto body shop in Thorold, in the Ormond Street and St. David’s Street East area.
We have one new case of COVID-19 in Niagara.
You might want to stay indoors today.
There are no new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara and the number of active cases is dropping.
Niagara Health is getting ready to start offering surgical and outpatient services.
All beaches in St. Catharines remain closed at this time aside from passive, walk-through access.
He has been charged with sexual assault.
It looks like Niagara's local newspapers will be getting a new owner.
A tentative agreement has been reached, between the District School Board of Niagara and the union representing local elementary school teachers.
We have no new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara.
It will be another hot and sticky day in Niagara.
More than 80 per cent of the people with COVID-19 in Niagara have recovered.
There will be some road closure this morning in Pelham.
Sixteen people will be off the roads for about three months after they were pulled over in Niagara.
A 40-year-old St. Catharines man has been charged with uttering threats, after an incident at an apartment complex in the Scott and Vine Street area.
The SIU will not be laying charges in relation to an arrest at a St. Catharines Walmart.
Niagara is submitting a formal request for financial relief from the provincial and federal governments.
UPDATE: Police have arrested the 35-year-old at a Niagara Falls home yesterday.
We only have one new case of COVID-19 in Niagara.
We’re in for another day of extreme heat in Niagara.
Pathsone Mental Health is launching virtual sessions bringing innovative mental health options to children, youth and families in Niagara.
Another person with COVID-19 has passed away in the Region.
Niagara’s anonymous grocery donor strikes again.
Hanging baskets will adorn the streets of Niagara-on-the-Lake after all.
The City of Welland had decided to ease some of its COVID-19 restrictions so you can enjoy the beautiful weather outside.
Niagara Health is now offering COVID-19 testing without a doctor's referral.
Premier Doug Ford is thanking volunteers in Niagara and across the rest of the province for stepping up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We have two new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara.
It looks like the summer weather has arrived in Niagara.
Fort Erie is working on a recovery plan to the guide them through the reopening from COVID-19.
Only seven new cases of the virus in Niagara over the weekend.
A 26-year-old man from St. Catharines has died after a single-vehicle crash in Thorold.
Niagara will not be hosting the U14 and U16 Boys Canadian Fast Pitch Championships this summer.
The NRP is investigating after two teenage girls were thrown off an ATV in Niagara Falls.