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Thorold needs you

Thorold needs you

One of the largest undertakings of its kind, this group needs every single citizen of Thorold who is concerned with making this a better city, to get involved.
Children's programming gets boost from the blues

Children's programming gets boost from the blues

Besides presenting a world-class music event, the Thorold Blues Festival provides secondary benefits to the community.
Founder of global #ErasingHate movement to speak at Brock

Founder of global #ErasingHate movement to speak at Brock

Corey Fleischer is working to rid the world of hate graffiti
Smokin’ hot fundraiser

Smokin’ hot fundraiser

Each year, word spreads like wildfire, and this year’s 7th annual Fire on The Dance Floor event promises to be as entertaining as ever
<b>CANADA:</b> Majority of Canadians now do their banking digitally, survey says

CANADA: Majority of Canadians now do their banking digitally, survey says

Only 12 per cent of respondents said they did most of their banking in person
World Kendo champion visits Thorold

World Kendo champion visits Thorold

Whenever a world champion athlete visits a small city like Thorold, it's exciting for fans.
Preparing for growth

Preparing for growth

This week's Religion column looks at rain as a symbol for new life
SIU terminates investigation into Niagara Regional Police officer

SIU terminates investigation into Niagara Regional Police officer

SIU Director Tony Loparco said in a statement that, 'the medical records confirmed the man did not suffer a serious injury. Accordingly, I have terminated the investigation into this incident'
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province lands $11M from Ottawa to combat guns, gang violence

ONTARIO: Province lands $11M from Ottawa to combat guns, gang violence

“We have to invest in our kids and our communities to address the circumstances that give rise to violence,” federal minister Bill Blair says at Aurora announcement
The Legion's rockin' so come on in

The Legion's rockin' so come on in

Even when they're having fun, Emergency Medical Services workers are helping the community