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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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Truck fire causes QE closure

Driver able to escape without injury ...

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Cause undetermined in major Grimsby fire

Six month investigation announcement into July 6 $2 million fire ...

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Body found in West Lincoln

Detectives are investigating after a body was located in West Lincoln this morning (Nov. 8). were called to the area of North Chippawa and South Chippawa Road at approximately 9:30 am regarding reports of human remains being found ...

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Stick a fork in Poultryfest – it’s done

The Board of Directors of PoultryFest Niagara announced today that their annual festival has ended. After careful and heartfelt discussion, the board of directors were unanimous in their decision to end the festival after 18 succe ...

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Vintage Inns acquires Inn on The Twenty

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The business anchor of Main Street Jordan – Inn on The Twenty – has been sold. Vintage Inns, which operates many of the finest facilities in the province including Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Prince of ...

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Johnston still looking for dividend answers

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow While Grimsby Ald. Joanne Johnston is still “uncomfortable” with the Town’s decision not to collect a 2010 dividend from its hydro operation, other members of council say it was never owed. The di ...

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Council stays on extension fence, waits for EA

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow In a 5-3 recorded vote, Grimsby council refused to take a stand on whether or not it supports a Livingston Road extension. After a Public Works Committee meeting last Wednesday, Aug. 16, which had more ...

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Massive truck influx sets off town alarm

A huge spurt of dump truck traffic on Mountain Street has escalated concerns of residents and Town of Grimsby officials alike. In numerous calls, emails and visits to NewsNow in the last 10 days residents have voiced their ongoing ...

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