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  • Niagara Regional Police blocked off a section of Pelham Road for the investigation.Second arrest in double shooting in St. Catharines - 2013-07-25 7:54 PM

    Police have arrested the second suspect in a double shooting that occurred in St. Catharines early Tuesday morning. The 25-year-old St. Catharines man was arrested at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and charged

  • No image availableCity set to begin civic square pilot project - 2013-07-25 5:21 PM

    Project involves closing portion of James Street

  • No image availableShaver declares respiratory outbreak - 2013-07-25 5:15 PM

    A respiratory outbreak has been declared on the east end of the second floor of Hotel Dieu Shaver’s in-patient building. Five patients developed respiratory symptoms, leading to the declaration of th

  • No image availableStella’s closing its doors - 2013-07-25 4:57 PM

    The team at Stella’s in downtown St. Catharines is inviting its patrons for one last toast. The downtown restaurant and night club, located at 45 James St., is shutting its doors on Saturday, July 27

  • No image availableNew arts and culture program at Sir Winston - 2013-07-25 4:44 PM

    A new Specialist High Skills Major program will be introduced at a St. Catharines secondary school. When students return to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School they will be able to participate in

  • No image availableCrafting a blueprint for the town’s future - 2013-07-25 5:22 PM

    Where do you see Niagara-on-the-Lake in 15-20 years? Town councillors and staff were hoping to hear from the public at a recent public meeting for the review of the town’s official plan. Building on

  • JCI St. Catharines chapter president Korey Rorison raises the JCI flag at St. Catharines City Hall recently, while Mayor Brian McMullan and JCI St. Catharines members look on.JCI has proud history in St. Catharines - 2013-07-25 1:31 PM

    For JCI St. Catharines, Jaycee Week is a week of raising awareness, community building, and organizational building. Jaycee Week started July 8 in St. Catharines, with a flag raising taking place

  • TV handyman Bryan Baeumler will be the guest of honour at the Grape Growers of Ontario’s celebrity luncheon on Sept. 18.TV handyman to speak at Grape Growers luncheon - 2013-07-25 1:15 PM

    The Grape Growers of Ontario have tapped DIY guru and TV handyman Bryan Baeumler to be the speaker at its annual celebrity luncheon in September. Baeumler is the host of HGTV Canada’s Disaster DIY,

  • Niagara this Week reporter Amanda Moore and her dog Nico, a Cane Corso. Amanda says Nico won’t venture near dog parks after being attacked by another dog.Leash laws there to protect everyone — human and canine - 2013-07-25 12:29 PM

    In the past, I’ve used this column space to briefly touch upon one of my pet peeves. Today, I am going to use the entirety of this space to touch upon the same subject. Every weekend we take our dogs

  • No image availableCat attacker must be punished - 2013-07-25 12:06 PM

    Officials with the humane societies see their share of terrible things in that line of work. Humans, for all our over-sized brains, can be among the cruelest of species. But the animal welfare offici


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