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Bob Liddycoat

Bob Liddycoat

Bob Liddycoat was formerly the Co-owner/publisher of the Thorold News, a print paper in existence since 1939. With corporate closure of 36 local papers in Dec. 2017, he and wife Cathy Pelletier launched the new, online Thorold News. Joining with Village Media in Dec. 2018 Bob is currently Community Relations and writer for ThoroldNews.com

Recent Work by Bob

Thorold reunion planned

Thorold reunion planned

Thorold Friendship Night is approaching, with a seven-course dinner and nostalgic music on the agenda
Public input sought for new comprehensive zoning bylaw map

Public input sought for new comprehensive zoning bylaw map

All Thorold property owners are urged to engage in the public process now underway.
Thorold Bantams looking for season-high fan support

Thorold Bantams looking for season-high fan support

OMHA finals continue in Thorold tomorrow afternoon.
Top Hat Ceremony kicks off 2019 shipping season

Top Hat Ceremony kicks off 2019 shipping season

Ceremony held at head of the Welland Canal, Lock 8 in Port Colborne this morning
FURTHER UPDATE BREAKING NEWS: Brock stabbing

FURTHER UPDATE BREAKING NEWS: Brock stabbing

No danger to other residents or students. Police report isolated, targeted incident.
BREAKING NEWS- UPDATE: Reports of  police activity at Brock University

BREAKING NEWS- UPDATE: Reports of police activity at Brock University

Reports sketchy at this point
Gazzola receives highest university sports honour

Gazzola receives highest university sports honour

Thorold native captures national team title and prestigious Dr. Randy Gregg award.
<b>OPINION:</b> Let's try a few minutes of optimism

OPINION: Let's try a few minutes of optimism

Thorold is looking for public input on several fronts. Now is the time to have your say, or forever hold your peace
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.