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Five new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara on Tuesday

Five new cases of COVID-19 in Niagara on Tuesday

Public Health reports five new cases of COVID-19 in the region. According to the municipal breakdown, 26 Thorold residents have now contracted the virus since March 13 - an increase of one case since the last update.
Thorold splash pads to open this week

Thorold splash pads to open this week

Will be deep-cleaned every couple of hours to prevent spread of COVID-19
Town buys $5000 device to measure weed smell after repeated complaints from residents

Town buys $5000 device to measure weed smell after repeated complaints from residents

Grow-ops too dank for council?
Good Morning, Thorold!

Good Morning, Thorold!

Hope your week is going great
Annual Superhero Run goes virtual

Annual Superhero Run goes virtual

Last year’s event raised $85,000 for Niagara Children’s Centre
Brock U program teaches you make cider online

Brock U program teaches you make cider online

Frst-ever online course will give participants access to virtual behind-the-scenes tours of the top cider apple orchards and commercial production spaces across North America
BEYOND LOCAL: Does wearing contact lenses put you at greater risk of getting COVID-19?

BEYOND LOCAL: Does wearing contact lenses put you at greater risk of getting COVID-19?

SARS-CoV-2 has been observed in the tears of some sick patients, but this is an unlikely route of COVID-19 transmission
Thorold arena to be used as cooling center as heatwave sweeps Niagara

Thorold arena to be used as cooling center as heatwave sweeps Niagara

Will be open whenever there is a heat warning, city says
Humidex could reach high 30s, low 40s, warns Environment Canada

Humidex could reach high 30s, low 40s, warns Environment Canada

Hot weather begins Tuesday
Three charged after victim robbed at knifepoint: Niagara Police

Three charged after victim robbed at knifepoint: Niagara Police

Victim was not injured