The United States is planning to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba more than 50 years.
As part of our ongoing series examining poverty in Niagara, we are holding a second live discussion about the issue.
Although it wasn’t exactly what Ward 2 Coun. David McLeod hoped for, the city will be developing business plans for Welland’s arenas.
Santa Claus doesn’t just bring toys to good little girls and boys.
About 22 students from four Niagara high schools were at Port Colborne High School Wednesday, vying for their Canadian Welding Bureau certification.
While children in the Coyle Creek subdivision are eagerly awaiting the warm weather so they can play in the new neighbourhood park, their parents are considering ways of adding to it.
Long before the ball drops at midnight the fun will be underway in Welland.
Nobody will be prosecuted for breaching the publication ban on Rehtaeh Parsons' name unless they use it "in a derogatory manner," Nova Scotia Justice Minister Lena Metlege Diab announced Wednesday.
The deteriorating First World War cenotaph outside Old Pelham Town hall in Ridgeville will be getting some TLC.
A 26 year old Port Colborne man is $1-million richer after checking a two-month old lottery ticket.
Imagine being an undercover cop, on the same job, for more than nine years.
While supporting efforts to implement the recommendation of Ontario’s Ombudsman, Ward 1 Coun. Mary Ann Grimaldi said the city needs to go further.