On April 2nd thousands of iconic landmarks, skyscrapers, schools, businesses and homes around the world unite by lighting up blue in honor of the millions of individuals and families affected by autism. Last year 142 countries on all seven continents participated and people everywhere wore blue to help increase awareness.
The Story Place
Here we are - as promised on March 31st, 2016, the all-NEW Connecting Niagara website is live. Get Involved! Help us share! Take a good look around the website - comment, tell us what you love, what we're lacking, what we can do to improve it, and hopefully you will see the value and join those who have already committed to advertise with us.
Once referred to as "The Liverpool of Canada" from its proliferation of bands in the sixties, this region has spawned several international individuals and acts, such as The British Modbeats, Honeymoon Suite, City and Colour, Ian Thomas, Neil Peart, The Trews, country star, Tim Hicks and Ron Sexsmith to name but a few.
Mayor Dave Augustyn’s Column for Monday, 28 March 2016 Last Tuesday, Council received several presentations about the Pelham Community Centre.
Taking a few extra minutes going over your bike and your equipment ahead of time can make all the difference on how you experience your first ride of the year.
The Welland Rose Festival is now accepting applications for their grande parade, as well as the baby contest and art exhibition.
Southern Tier Mayors' Luncheon in Port Colborne. A unified message for the good of Niagara.