Laura Gmaz and her labrador retriever Bella at the St. Vincent de Paul Peach Festival in NOTL Sunday. (Jennifer Chornley)
Therapy Tails Ontario is a Niagara-based non-profit organization whose therapy services have literally gone to the dogs.
It was founded by Tina Hill in 2010, to improve the lives of physically, cognitively, emotionally and … [Read more...] about Therapy gone to the dogs
Carole Wiens and Helen Janzen peel and cut peaches for 250 pies, which have now been baked and are ready to sell today to raise money for the Terry Fox Run. (Photo supplied)
“I just wish people would realize that anything’s possible if you try; dreams are made possible if you try.”
- Terry Fox
When Joe Pillitteri speaks of Terry Fox … [Read more...] about Car wash a community event to support Terry Fox Run
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in NOTL Wednesday, at the library to announce $14 million in gas tax funding to help pay for infrastructure. (Mike Balsom)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent Wednesday in Niagara-on-the-Lake, capping off his day with the announcement of an additional $819 million of gas tax funds to support municipal infrastructure … [Read more...] about Trudeau announces $14 million in municipal top-up for Niagara
Stephanie and Fabian Reis, at the entrance to Rancourt Winery, will continue to manage the winery, and make Ferox wines, with the support of Konzelmann Estate Winery. (Photo supplied)
Harvest Barn and Rancourt Estate Winery are in new hands — but still local hands — with little expected to change at the popular fruit and vegetable market.
Erwin … [Read more...] about Konzelmann buys Harvest Barn, Rancourt Winery
King Street could be the first location for CCTV cameras in NOTL.
The busiest intersection in town could be the first in Niagara-on-the-Lake to be equipped with closed-circuit television cameras.
Town staff are currently exploring the installation of CCTV cameras at the intersection of King and Queen Street. Niagara Regional Police have … [Read more...] about CCTV could be coming to NOTL
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