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Liens on former GM property -
The St. Catharines company tasked with designing the former General Motors site has put a construction lien on the property alleging non- payment by Bayshore.

Fire inside corn dryer -
Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services spent about an hour fighting a fire at the former Ingredion Canada plant — now part of Jungbunzlauer Canada — on Saturday.

Push is on for extra Niagara regional councillor -
All West Lincoln wants for Christmas is a second regional councillor and Mayor Doug Joyner is hustling like Santa Claus to deliver it.

Santa comes to Welland market -
Welland Market Square was filled with the festive spirit Saturday morning.

Cyclist struck near Chippawa -
A cyclist was taken to hospital after being struck by a vehicle near Chippawa, Sunday afternoon.

West Lincoln has Wainfleet's support -
Wainfleet council threw its support behind West Lincoln as it seeks to have another elected official at Niagara Region council. Mayor April Jeffs said the township sees West Lincoln’s request as a benefit for its own residents.“Wainfleet and West Lincoln have always felt underrepresented. We discussed how this could benefit Wainfleet."

PHOTOS: Port Dalhousie Christmas Market -
The three-day Port Dalhousie Christmas Market wrapped up Sunday with shopping, entertainment and Santa.

Man accused of robbing Avondale with a knife -
A 30-year-old man was arrested Sunday after a St. Catharines variety store was robbed by a man with a knife.

Holiday fundraiser to benefit Project SHARE and upcoming movie -
'Tis the season for giving back, says Ally Nieuwesteeg.

Live nativity returns -
A Christmas tradition that dates back more than 30 years returned to Queensway Free Methodist Church in Niagara Falls on Sunday.

Equipment move took nearly four hours -
Employees of Canadian Niagara Power, Bell Canada, Ground Aerial Maintenance Services (GAMS), and private contractors worked for hours taking down and putting up power, fibre optic and phone lines as a nearly 31-metre tall scrubber tower moved down Elm Street in Port Colborne.

City scrapping commissioner structure -
The City of St. Catharines won’t be filling two commissioner positions that became vacant this year and is exploring a new management structure instead.

Deck the Halls wraps up -
While the weather outside may have been frightful on Friday, it certainly put people in the holiday spirit for the Deck the Falls walking tour.

MacFrugals provides Christmas meal -
People were lined up outside MacFrugals’ Welland location at 6 a.m. hoping to be one of 100 to receive a Christmas hamper.Inside those hampers were the ingredients for a Christmas dinner - a family size ham, potatoes, vegetables and stuffing - said company president Gary Clemmensen.

Have you seen Tyler? -
Ottawa police say a missing 15-year-old boy may be on his way to Niagara.

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