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Fire causes estimated $500,000 in damages to Welland home -
A Tuesday afternoon fire on Montgomery Road in Welland has resulted in an estimated $500,000 in damages, and that number could rise.

Police locate shooting victim -
Police have located a victim who suffered gunshot wounds following an incident outside a Niagara Falls bar early Sunday.

From shovel to pen -
A trip to Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum as a child sealed Kara Bartley's fate.

Lane restrictions in place at Peace Bridge -
The Peace Bridge will be reduced to two lanes until next May in order to accommodate construction related to the ongoing $100-million rehabilitation of the cross border span.

Anne with an E series filming in Port Dalhousie -
With a modern-day adaptation of Anne of Green Gables set to film in Port Dalhousie, the City of St. Catharines says residents should expect area road closures and limited access to parking.

Recreation opportunities eyed at Lake Gibson -
Converting a pristine piece of property into a green campground and offering cultural Segway tours are part of a plan to enhance and link sites of interest along Lake Gibson’s corridor.

Arrests in human trafficking case -
Two Hamilton men face charges following an investigation into human trafficking in Niagara Falls.

Boy falls from railing at Niagara Falls -
A 10-year-old boy is in serious but stable condition at hospital after he lost his balance on the railing at Niagara Falls and plunged 80 feet to the bottom of the Niagara Gorge.

Council wants report on NPCA -
Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority representatives were on their feet for more than an hour Monday as St. Catharines councillors grilled them about the state of the authority’s affairs.

Thorold on the cusp of change -
All across the city, construction crews are busy paving the way to accommodate the regional projected population growth of 30,000 Thoroldites by the year 2041.

Mike Strange target of political attack -
The race has not officially started, but behind the scenes a battle is brewing over who will represent the Progressive Conservative party in Niagara Falls during the next provincial election.

Vet case delayed until Wednesday -
The case of a St. Catharines veterinarian facing numerous animal cruelty charges has been delayed until later this week.

Slight drop in unemployment rate -
Niagara’s unemployment rate continues heading in the right direction.

3 more years of 406 work -
After months of construction delays on Highway 406, the Ministry of Transportation says there’s a few more years of work to go before it’s done.

GM workers in St. Catharines back to work -
Temporarily laid-off General Motors workers in St. Catharines were back on the job Monday after a four-week strike at Ingersoll’s CAMI plant ended.

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