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Downtown businesses eagerly anticipate end of construction -
As the final stages of the $2,000,000 St. Paul St. renovation nears completion, business owners are looking forward to having their storefronts once again easily accessible to walking traffic.

Jukebox Diner back in business -
The Jukebox Diner is shaking, rattling and rollin' at a new location.

The Caribbean comes to Niagara -
Queen Victoria Park will come alive with Caribbean culture this weekend for the Niagara Caribbean Festival.

Greg's homies have extra chromies -
He begged his mom to go on the water slide. Kathy McPherson looked into her son's eyes and sighed: “Wait till your father gets here,” she instructed Greg, who was about seven years old.

Marineland and OSPCA continue sparring -
It didn’t take long for Marineland and the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) to renew hostilities.

Firefighters conduct training exercises -
Crews with the Niagara Falls Fire Department were dispatched to Huron Manor on Friday but it wasn't to put out a fire, rather it was to hone their skills.

OPP charge driver with careless driving -
A crash on the QEW near Fort Erie Thursday morning resulted in no serious injuries but did lead to charges against one driver.

Thorold volunteer firefighters host street dance Saturday -
For a quarter of a century, music-lovers have gathered in downtown Thorold every summer to dance in the street.

Diversity embraced by Central United Church -
Welland Central United Church has welcomed a new minister to lead its congregation.

Car fire on QEW -
A silver Ford was engulfed in flames this morning on the QEW, Niagara-bound near Jordan Station.

Warrant issued for suspected thief -
Police are looking for Trevor Herdman, a 33-year-old Thorold resident, after an investigation into a residential break and enter in the Vineland area turned up more than $60,000 worth of stolen property.

Welland wins provincial floral display award -
Welland was recognized Thursday for a Canada 150 floral display.

Why autos are such an important part of NAFTA -
The future of more than a million direct and spinoff jobs related to the auto industry are a critical part of what’s at stake at the NAFTA renegotiation table in Washington after the U.S. chief negotiator targeted the sector on the first day of talks Wednesday.

Saturday start for bass tournament -
It doesn’t take long for pro-angler Scott Huffman to figure out what kind of fish has hit one of his Berkley bass baits.Even before the Pelham man, a controller at Mountainview Homes, sees the fish rising from the depths of Lake Erie, he calls out what it is just by the way it’s fighting on the end of his line.

Worker injured in Thorold -
The Ministry of Labour is investigating after a worker was pinned by a trailer in Thorold Thursday.

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