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Police arrest two 15-year-olds for Fort Erie school threats

Police arrest two 15-year-olds for Fort Erie school threats

Both teenagers, whose identities are protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, face three counts each of uttering threats, relaying false messages and public mischief
'Project Linus' brings warmth and comfort to seriously ill children

'Project Linus' brings warmth and comfort to seriously ill children

Pelham resident Debbie Mailhot coordinates Niagara chapter for the cause
Toolbox Niagara gears up for another 'Coldest Night of the Year'

Toolbox Niagara gears up for another 'Coldest Night of the Year'

James Symons and his organization will once again walk during the 'Coldest Night of the Year' on Feb. 25; 'We’re always up to something'

Sexual assault case against Niagara butcher adjourned again

Case was heard for the 25th time in Welland virtual court Friday morning; next hearing is scheduled for Feb. 24
City Hall shares details of council chambers reopening

City Hall shares details of council chambers reopening

Starting Feb. 7, Thorold residents will be able to attend council meetings in person again; Attendees are encouraged to wear a face mask, however they aren’t required
'My puppy is missing'...and other reasons not to call Niagara's 9-1-1

'My puppy is missing'...and other reasons not to call Niagara's 9-1-1

The NRPS received nearly 300,000 non-emergency calls in 2022
Niagara brewer wants tax reform to support craft beer makers

Niagara brewer wants tax reform to support craft beer makers

Craft brewing is the fastest growing segment of Ontario’s manufacturing sector, generating $683M of economic activity annually and employing more than 11,000 people
Provinces not jumping to act on new alcohol guidelines

Provinces not jumping to act on new alcohol guidelines

Politicians in charge of provincial and territorial liquor laws are not hurrying to adopt or promote newly updated guidelines that advise a steep drop in Canadian drinking habits
From Ontario's Intercounty Baseball League to World Series

From Ontario's Intercounty Baseball League to World Series

Philadelphia Phillies manager Rob Thomson, who lives near Stratford, has advice for aspiring leaders: 'You have to stay calm, you have to stay poised, so you can make the proper decisions'
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices