Grimsby man aims to build Notre Dame, brick by lego brick

By Tristan Marks NewsNow No need to book a flight to Paris, France. A Grimsby man is building the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral right here in town brick by brick. Lego brick by Lego brick, that is. Jaimie Roser, owner and purveyor of Grimsbyâ ...

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Opinion: Heritage follows proper course

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow There was an interesting set of bookends at last Tuesday’s Heritage Committee meeting. The Zoom meeting started with members of the committee introducing themselves, except chair John Dunstall – ...

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Dynamic duo run “double marathon” for cancer research in one day

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Imagine running a 42 km (26 miles) marathon, and when you finish it, run another – no stopping. Then imagine this was done not on a flat, well-paved road, but actually on the Bruce Trail. That is ...

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Young offender faces series of charges after abduction hoax

This morning (Sept. 22) at 10:40 am, 8 District (Grimsby) Niagara Regional Police officers attended the area of King Street and Nineteenth Street in Jordan for a report of an attempted abduction of a 16-year-old male by an armed s ...

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OPINION: Personality clashes hinder council

In the words of Kermit The Frog, “It ain’t easy being green”. Apparently, it is not easy being an elected official in Grimsby, either. For those of you who have not been playing along, Grimsby’s council playlist has gone f ...

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Grimsby: is your councillor working for you?

  (Editor’s note: This exchange speaks for itself. An on-point letter from a constituent who has concerns about the  closed manner in which the Town if being run of late; a simple response noting that concern would be con ...

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UPDATE – NRP investigating threats in Grimsby

UPDATE Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 10, Niagara Regional Police 8 District (Grimsby) officers were called to a residence at about 3 p.m. on John Street in Grimsby, for a report of a domestic disturbance and threats complaint. Initia ...

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Retiree helps Lincoln cover up for COVID

Lincoln resident Barb Chamberlain just wanted something to do in her retirement. Thanks to COVID, she ended up making over a thousand facemasks, raising $500 for Village of Hope in Lincoln. “Honestly, I was just looking to get into some k ...

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Jordan Station pot bust brings relief for area residents

$42 million in drugs, guns, cash and jewelry confiscated during Operation Woolwich By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The major pot bust at a Jordan Station grow operation last week has brought a sigh of relief for area residents and confirmed a s ...

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Braver than her battle

By Tristan Marks NewsNow Gillian Mauro is no stranger to struggle. As an athlete, it is one of the things that defines her lifestyle: the struggle to maintain and grow her fitness, the struggle to triumph over fellow competitors. However, 1 ...

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