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Bounce back continues on Main St.

By Joanne McDonald NewsNow Initial efforts to restore some level of normalcy to downtown commerce in Grimsby have gone well, says Mayor Jeff Jordan. Jordan, one of town council’s liaison members of the Grimsby Downtown Improvement Area (D ...

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Time: a critical factor in seeking help for a stroke

Retired NRP Constable Dave Dawson grateful to Hamilton Health Sciences By Joanne McDonald NewsNow Retired NRP Constable Dave Dawson got a second chance at life, a miracle thanks to the medical staff at Hamilton Health Sciences. But there wa ...

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Expansion, promotion inject life back into downtown Grimsby

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The first weekend with a temporary reconfiguration of Grimsby’s Main Street core is in the books with positive comments and a strong response the prevailing themes Last Thursday morning cement barriers were ins ...

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DeSantis puts crowning touch on Beamsville development

July 16 marked a ceremonial end to the most impactful residential development Beamsville has ever seen. Homes By DeSantis hosted a ribbon cutting for its Centreville project, the final phase of the development project which reinvented the s ...

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Several members of council and developer Gabe DeSantis cut a ceremonial ribbon.

Niagara Regional Council adopts mandatory mask by-law to combat spread of COVID-19

Last night, July 23, as part of their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, Niagara Regional Council approved a by-law making it mandatory to wear a face covering or non-medical mask in enclosed public places.     The by-law comes into ...

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Niagara gets Stage 3 green light for this Friday

Niagara Region is among the seven regions which the Ontario government will allow to enter Stage 3 of COVID-19 recovery this Friday, July 26. This decision was made in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and is based on p ...

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Town rejects FOI request

By Joanne McDonald NewsNow The Town of Grimsby has decided to “deny access in full” regarding NewsNow’s request for release of the investigative report dealing with alleged staff complaints about CAO Harry Schlange. The complaint was ...

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Niagara Health recognizes being COVID-free for first time since March

The team at Niagara Health is recognizing an important milestone – as of Wednesday morning, there are no hospitalized patients being treated for COVID-19. The final two cases of COVID-19 were declared resolved earlier today. This marks th ...

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St. Ann’s Road, bridge to get long-awaited overhaul

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow St. Ann’s Road and bridge in West Lincoln will finally get a long-anticipated overhaul thanks to a three-pronged partnership. Niagara West MPP Sam Oosterhoff made the project official with an announcement Monda ...

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Lincoln’s Outdoor Pools Open July 11

The Allan F. Gretsinger Pool (Beamsville) and Jordan Lions Pool (Jordan) will open July 11 for the summer season. Capacity at both of Lincoln’s outdoor pools will be reduced to help ensure physical distancing guidelines are maintained in ...

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Three kids jump into an outdoor pool.

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