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Soccer camp returns for 30th season

Soccer camp returns for 30th season

Camp runs at C.E. Grose Park, July 8-10
Police in St. Catharines seize cocaine, two face trafficking charges

Police in St. Catharines seize cocaine, two face trafficking charges

A search warrant led to the seizure of $7,450 in cash, $67,000 in cocaine and $1,000 in MDMA
Police called after suspicious package found

Police called after suspicious package found

After an investigation, police determined there was no threat to public safety
Lyndon Street residents oppose apartments

Lyndon Street residents oppose apartments

Too many residents already “racing” down the street to reach the beer store, says Gerry Fleming
Humidex expected to reach high 30s through Friday

Humidex expected to reach high 30s through Friday

Will be slightly cooler near Great Lakes
Free Summer Pop Series featured downtown

Free Summer Pop Series featured downtown

Catch Canada’s oldest continuously playing band, AKA the Thorold Reed Concert Band, now in its staggering 168th season, at the Battle of Beaverdams Park bandshell tonight
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Can we make medical crowdfunding more ethical?

BEYOND LOCAL: Can we make medical crowdfunding more ethical?

Crowdfunding platforms could create opportunities to partner individual campaigns with philanthropic organizations that address background causes of health-care gaps
Canada Day festival in pictures <b>(41 photos)</b>

Canada Day festival in pictures (41 photos)

The ThoroldNews recorded the four day music festival and Canada Day Celebrations at the Battle of Beaverdams Park
LETTER: Thorold is a leader in heritage efforts

LETTER: Thorold is a leader in heritage efforts

Long time Heritage Preservation champion Pamela Minns is proud of Thorold's track record
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The impacts of 'lackluster' amnesty legislation

BEYOND LOCAL: The impacts of 'lackluster' amnesty legislation

As cannabis business takes off in Canada, many are frustrated by the new amnesty law which leaves thousands with the stigma of criminal records