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How are the kids doing in self-isolation? A team at Brock University wants to know

How are the kids doing in self-isolation? A team at Brock University wants to know

Research study aims to answer how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting children
Lincoln driver charged with impaired after truck hits house, light pole

Lincoln driver charged with impaired after truck hits house, light pole

Investigators also located a downed stop sign and damaged hydro boxes which resulted in Welland area power outages
Thorold man among six charged with impaired-related offences in Niagara Region

Thorold man among six charged with impaired-related offences in Niagara Region

Offences took place between March 23 and April 5
Niagara Public Health will release more information about local cases of COVID-19

Niagara Public Health will release more information about local cases of COVID-19

Received criticism for being too restrictive and not reporting deaths
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Why are sports taken more seriously than online video games?

BEYOND LOCAL: Why are sports taken more seriously than online video games?

Critics who say online gaming is 'just a game' completely miss the point, PhD student says
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Celebrate the little things
<b>COVID-19:</b> How pandemic simulations work

COVID-19: How pandemic simulations work

Mitigating the effects of future pandemics will require sound and efficient predictions
WATCH: Niagara Catholic perform 'Hallelujah'

WATCH: Niagara Catholic perform 'Hallelujah'

Several current and former students and staff from Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School came together virtually to record Hallelujah
Number of long-term care home residents in Niagara infected with COVID-19 made public as cases rise

Number of long-term care home residents in Niagara infected with COVID-19 made public as cases rise

Two Niagara Falls residents died on Sunday after getting coronavirus
Canada very well may have its own 'Tiger Kings,' Brock prof warns

Canada very well may have its own 'Tiger Kings,' Brock prof warns

Expert in animal welfare issues says that the best data suggests there are more than 1.5 million privately owned exotic animals in Canada