Alexander Penteskul’s resting place is in Welland’s Woodlawn Cemetery, near the end of a row.
We’re in the dog days of August. So, that makes it as good a time as any to connect St. Catharines with this summer’s big movie hit, Dunkirk.
For nearly 10 years, Terry Hill has stopped by The Stabler Centre on Dec. 5 with bud vases of red roses for every room.
Our readers write about environmental protection in Niagara and Andy Petrowski.
Columnist Joe Barkovich would like to see Welland Mayor Frank Campion, above, go Round 2 with Regional Chairman Alan Caslin.
Local reaction to West Lincoln’s bid for another seat on Niagara regional council was swift, consistent and clear.
If we use our abilities to support others, can we help build a healthier and happier society for all?
Our readers write about the provincial government and one man's desire to make use of old marine bollards in Port Colborne.
The recent damage to St. Catharines’ indoor pool is likely to prove costly.I’m not talking about the repairs. Presumably, fixing the Kiwanis Aquatics Centre’s ceiling and lighting fixtures won’t break the bank.Then again, when has anything ever broken the public-sector bank?The cost of which I speak comes further down the road.