Tomorrow marks one month since autoworkers walked off the job in the States. Negotiations continue between General Motors and the United Auto Workers.
A man has been arrested for exposing himself at St. Catharines Library. Police say he approached a woman at the library in the downtown core earlier this month.
The FirstOntario Credit Union is making a sizable donation to Niagara Nutrition Partners and the Farm to School initiative.
The Town of Lincoln wants to hear from you on two important topics. The first is Lincoln's Tourism, Gateways and Signage Strategy.
A vegan food festival is coming to Niagara Falls. Eat Drink Thrive is being held at the Scotiabank Convention Centre this Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Starting October 25 you can learn the technique of Acrylic Landscape Painting.
Police have arrested two people from Port Colborne following theft from a vehicle.
Police are looking for more information after an assault at a Niagara Falls bar.
It's the Thanksgiving long weekend, so you can expect some closures in St. Catharines on Monday.
Tomorrow marks the 207th anniversary of the Battle of Queenston Heights.
A Welland couple has been arrested and charged with Possession of Fentanyl.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with credit card fraud and theft under $5,000.
The St. Catharines Mayor Invitational Golf Tournament is setting aside $25,000 for CMHA Niagara.
The 45th annual Ball's Falls Thanksgiving Festival is officially underway! There will be more than 170 artisans on site throughout the long weekend.
That's another certified living wage employer for Niagara. ClaraDerma+ in St. Catharines just recently made the list, bringing the total up to 27.
The numbers are in and it looks like Niagara's jobless rate went up. Statistics Canada says it was 5.9 percent last month.
A woman charged in the death of her infant daughter will be back in court next week. Georgina Anne Lowe of Niagara Falls appeared through video link yesterday, from a women's prison in Milton.
Advance polls open today across Canada, ahead of the federal election on October 21st. Voters will be able to cast their ballots throughout the Thanksgiving long weekend.
The Garden City is giving the green light to an update to its strategic plan. It's a living document, which acts as a blueprint for council.
If you don't comply with the Ontario Fire Code, you could face a fine.
The Niagara Region has maintained it's "AA" credit rating with a stable outlook. That's according to the latest report from Standard and Poor's.
It's a Thanksgiving tradition in Niagara, that's been going on for almost 100 years now. The Man-a-Mile Race returns this holiday Monday, with the proceeds going to Bridges for Autism this year.
The Fowler Family Foundation has set aside $140,000 for the Pathstone's Hear and Now Walk-In Clinics over the next four years.
Some of the utility boxes on Lundy's Lane, may look a little different.
Community Care of St. Catharines and Thorold is looking for turkey donations, ahead of the Thanksgiving long weekend.
The City of Welland will be upgrading more of it's water meters with a focus on residential units. The program, which is now in it's third year, will be reinstated on October 15.
The Niagara Regional Police Service has received several reports of scam phone calls from people claiming to be NRPS officers.
Welland and Pelham will celebrate their best and brightest next week. The annual Ruby Awards will be held at the Lookout Point Country Club next Friday.
A Grimsby man has more than 100,000 reasons to smile. Michael Benz won Encore in the June 28th draw of Lotto Max.
The Lincoln County Humane Society has charged a Niagara Falls man with five counts of animal cruelty.
Two men have been arrested, for allegedly stealing copper wire in the east end of Welland.
It's World Mental Health Day and the theme this year is suicide prevention.
Niagara College is about to unveil another rainbow crosswalk. This one will be located at the Glendale Campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
The Lincoln County Humane Society is investigating reports of animal cruelty and neglect, involving several German Shepherds in Niagara Falls.
They inspected 14 homes and had to install more than a dozen smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.
They're one step closer, to becoming a designated Ontario Health Team.
St. Catharines City Council has a approved a more than $47-million capital budget for next year.
Lincoln will be talking cannabis later this month. The town is holding a series of open houses, looking to change it's official plan to accommodate cannabis production facilities.
It's shaping up to be a great year for residential development in Welland. The Rose City has already issued 406 building permits for new dwelling units and it's on track to hit 450 by the end of the year.
Niagara College staff and students can now borrow a mug for their morning coffee.
The Ford Government has announced another $2-million investment towards the renovations at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital.
The Town of Lincoln is looking for your input this budget season.
It was another successful Barktoberfest for the Lincoln County Humane Society. The walkathon in Burgoyne Woods raised about $8,000 on Sunday October 6th.
The iconic couch from Friends is coming to Niagara Falls. A replica of the orange three-seater will be at Table Rock over the Thanksgiving long weekend.
According to a University of the Fraser Valley study, firefighters are three times more likely to die from a cancer-related illness.
Niagara Residents can score some deals and support their community. Reservations open for the 16th annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow.
It's another act of vandalism at Niagara Railway Museum in Fort Erie. Damage was done in the yard over the weekend, and the museum is now facing a safety issue.
The Lakeside Park Carousel is about to shutdown for the season.
Niagara Health is on the lookout for more Registered Nurses, Registered Practical Nurses, Personal Support Workers and other healthcare professionals.
St. Catharines City Hall will look a little different for a few months. The original brass doors and windows out front will be removed and sent away for restoration work.
Public Health is making it easier for residents looking for inspection results. The Niagara Region has simplified everything online, with only one search bar.
It's a chance to meet a Niagara Falls firefighter and enjoy a free small coffee.
Construction crews will get to work in Niagara Falls this month, building four new tennis courts in John N. Allan Park.
They raised over $80,000 for the Niagara Children's Centre. The fifth annual Superhero Run took over Brock University yesterday.
It's dragging into its fourth week, with no end in sight. Negotiations took a turn for the worse over the weekend between General Motors and the striking United Auto Workers in the States.
They reached a deal with just hours to spare. A potential strike has been avoided and students in Niagara will head back to class today.
The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management wants to know if your family could get out safely if there was a fire. It's fire prevention week and local fire departments are reminding everyone to be prepared.
After 33 years, the Port Dalhousie Business Improvement Area is disbanding. It's budget has reportedly gone from $100,000 to around $15,000 since 1986.
A Niagara tradition is back for it's 45th year. The Thanksgiving Festival at Ball's Falls is this weekend from Friday to Monday.
You can to walk a mile in her shoes and help stop violence against women. The 14 annual Walk a Mile in HER Shoes is happening at the Pen Centre on October 19th.