GRIMSBY — A long-term lease has been signed, volunteers are being mobilized and efforts are underway to bring back daily service to the information kiosk at the Niagara Gateway Centre. Continue reading
It was a good year for progress on a number of fronts in Niagara; the glass is more than half-full.
A provincial court ruling elsewhere in the province prompted regional council to take a progressive step in confirming the tradition known as the separation of church and state by removing reference to God in the opening invocation for council meetings. Continue reading
Regional politicians have backed away, for now, from endorsing a report that some of them said could set the stage for a fundamental shift in how Niagara chases down growth it's so hungry for. Continue reading
Municipalities will have a chance to provide more input on a growth strategy being eyed by Niagara Region. Regional council opted Thursday night not to endorse the staff report but to send it to the 12 communities, as well as Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, Niagara Regional Housing and area school boards for comment. Continue reading
St. Catharines has found a suitor for Morningstar Mill as it considers unloading the property. The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority's board voted Wednesday to enter negotiations with the city to take over the mill for a two-year trial period. Continue reading