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Ancient landmark is now a mere memory

Ancient landmark is now a mere memory

Tying branches so they grew in a curved pattern was a method of marking trails by First Nations travellers
Recalling construction of the fourth Welland Canal

Recalling construction of the fourth Welland Canal

We share an inner glimpse into the Third Welland Canal construction
History of the Thorold Public Library

History of the Thorold Public Library

We share this article on the founding--and frequent moves--of the Thorold Public Library, written by Doug Youmans for the Thorold News, Oct. 21, 1995
'Person Weigher' ad appears in Thorold Post

'Person Weigher' ad appears in Thorold Post

An ad that ran in the Thorold Post in 1924 featured its new scale, which still functions at Henderson's Pharmacy. The Henderson family has owned the store since 1939.
The House on the Hill: The Keefer Family Story during the War of 1812

The House on the Hill: The Keefer Family Story during the War of 1812

The following is an essay written by Shannon Gosse, fourth year student at Brock University
Sullivan Park Association sent in the clowns

Sullivan Park Association sent in the clowns

Thanks to Andy Stephens, who sent the Thorold News a small sampling of his collection of nostalgic photos of the Sullivan Park Association.
Remembering the blizzard of '44

Remembering the blizzard of '44

Former Thorold resident and Globe and Mail editor, Wilf Slater shares this memory of the blizzard of 1944 today on its 75th anniversary
1950 rural fastball champions

1950 rural fastball champions

The Beaverdams Athletic Association Beavers claimed the title of the 1950 rural league fastball champions.
Veterans appreciation dinner 1946

Veterans appreciation dinner 1946

Veterans' appreciation dinner - one year after Armistice
How the Sullivan Park Association started

How the Sullivan Park Association started

The Sullivan Park Association was a group of caring and concerned neighbours who used to "send in the clowns"