Fonthill’s Ben Fox hoped to cycle in the recent Ride for Heart. But the 18-year-old stroke survivor walked a five-kilometre circuit in Toronto instead.
Wayne Campbell, special to Postmedia News
Canboro Road will be closed and covered in sod in Fenwick, a retiring fire chief has been given the axe, and roundabout plans shrink.
Pelham town council Monday decided not to designate 1 Highway 20 W. under the Ontario Heritage Act.
Children and grandchildren of two-time fire chief Jim Phelps filled Pelham town council chambers Monday.
Niagara Catholic District School Board has set in motion two surveys about itself.
Catholic school trustees this week heard the board is still on track for a balanced budget, and approved revised policies.
It started as a chat over a glass of wine in 2013.
The new community centre, opiods, the town pool and sewers were on Pelham council's Monday agenda.
Cari Pupo is no longer treasurer of Pelham.
John Crocco will meet with Carousel Players in regards to its gender identity production which schools recently backed out of attending.
Pelham council Monday night agreed to hire a municipal mechanic, registered opposition to new septic tank rules and heard about Canada 150 events in the town.
Catherine King hears one customer-service complaint “on a regular basis.”
Niagara Catholic District School Board planned a road trip and launched a new program name during trustees' meeting this week.
Trustee Frank Fera wants to know how he and Niagara Catholic District School Board officials are doing.
Questions of public notice swirled with those of costs, debt and taxes during a Pelham public forum Monday.
A plan to create a lakefront conservation areas master plan for Wainfleet drew a skeptical response from residents Wednesday.
After more than a decade of planning approval extensions, a Fenwick subdivision will finally begin construction.
Planning and public works items dominated this week's Pelham council meeting
Within 15 minutes, 21,000 chocolate Easter eggs disappeared into baskets before rain fell Saturday.
Among issues before town council this week: Pelham has backed out of a plan to share a soccer field with DSBN and the Comfort Maple will be the town's Canada 150 symbol.