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Community rallies to support devastated homeowners

Combination of things, including high winds, prove disastrous for Ed Przygoda ...

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West Lincoln deputy fire chief Kevin McIntyre dead

The Township of West Lincoln has set flags at half-mast at all Township facilities to honour Deputy Fire Chief Kevin McIntyre who passed away Tuesday following a four month illness. McIntyre became the Deputy Fire Chief in 2008 after servin ...

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Pen Players host second weekend for play

Pen Players host second weekend for play Peninsula Players will host the second weekend of its run with The Ghost in the Meadow April 13-14. Written by Joe Simonelli and directed by Ray Hunt, the play opened last weekend with a Wi ...

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Grimsby Man Arrested for Child Pornography

A 68-year-old Grimsby man has been arrested on child pornography charges. In January 2018, members of the Niagara Regional Police Service Internet Child Exploitation (I.C.E.) Unit began an investigation into the online exploitatio ...

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Man arrested in Beamsville following a foot pursuit

A Lincoln man was arrested Wednesday (March 7)morning after a foot pursuit in a Beamsville neighbourhood. About 7:15 am, 8 District – Grimsby uniform officers responded to the area of Alexandra Avenue and Dennis Avenue in Be ...

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Coldest Night returns to Grimsby Feb. 24

The Coldest Night of the Year Walk returns to Grimsby on Feb. 24. This is the third time the YWCA Niagara Region will be hosting this family-friendly winter fundraising walk for Grimsby, West Lincoln, and Lincoln’s homeless, hun ...

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New West Niagara Secondary School Takes Giant Step Forward

The yet-to-be-named new secondary school for west Niagara is putting down roots. Monday, trustees on the DSBN Finance Committee approved the purchase of 20 acres of land at 4670 Durham Road, fronting on King Street in Beamsville. ...

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Lincoln offers tips to keep water lines from freezing

The Town of Lincoln is advising residents to take precautions during this extreme cold to prevent frozen water lines at home. Underground utilities such as water lines are at risk to freeze during extreme cold events. While most w ...

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Truck fire, QEW closure clog Grimsby roads all Friday

By Mike Williscraft, NewsNow If anyone tried to get across Grimsby or even downtown for lunch or shopping last Friday, chances are it would have taken at the better part of an hour. The whole event, which spanned 10 hours for Grim ...

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Extreme cold weather alert called

With temperatures expected to drop below -15 C, an Extreme Cold Weather Alert has been called by Niagara Region Public Health. The Extreme Cold Weather Alert is intended to mobilize outreach workers and community agencies, recomme ...

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