FORT prepares to re-open doors July 6

Grimsby’s Foundation of Resources for Teens (FORT) will soon be ready to open its doors to local youth once more. The youth-support organization will reopen for physical programming on July 6, but things will operate a little differently ...

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Response far from cold at ‘Coldest Night’ of the Year

Participants volunteers and donors flocked to this year’s Coldest Night of the Year walk. The event, which was hosted by the Niagara Region YWCA at Mountainview Christian Reformed Church last Saturday, had over 200 walkers and raised just ...

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Hat Trick Hockey is back

One lucky entrant could win a Stanley Cup adventure Hat Trick Hockey is back for its 24th year in Niagara West and the ante is going up for those who try their hand at being a National Hockey League general manager. “Back in 200 ...

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Merry Christmas thanks to good samaritan

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow It will be a Merry Christmas for Beamsville’s Gee Family after the quick action and decisive care of a good samaritan and local veterinarian. Jamie Gee said his family’s dog was struck on William St ...

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Bylsma elected to West Lincoln mayor’s seat

By Joanne McDonald For NewsNow Dave Bylsma has taken the reins as mayor for West Lincoln, winning a clear mandate over incumbent Doug Joyner. He will also be holding those reins with a platform built on fiscal responsibility, rura ...

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Complete transcribed – and audio clip – of Grimsby Energy’s July 16 update to Grimsby Council

Grimsby Council Meeting – July 16, 2018 Town Hall Grimsby Public Delegation by Grimsby Energy chair Shaffee Bacchus Editor’s Note: The following is a transcribed passage – and audio clip – from the July 16 ...

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Bio Blues

    now officials submit plan to MOEE to deal with non-compliance items By Mike Williscraft NewsNow After a series of non-compliance issues persisted for Grimsby’s biodigester, the Ministry of Energy and Environment fi ...

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Community cornerstones to receive Harris Fellowship

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow The nonchalant manner in which the brother/sister team of Teddy and Sandy Jaskula talk about their level of community support is indicative of their inability to use one word in the English language. ...

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West Lincoln MURS gets $100,000 boost

West Lincoln’s MURS project  got a $100,000 shot in the arm from Smithville Home Hardware and Building Centre. The 52,000 sq. ft. community recreation centre will become a hub of community activity promoting healthy active ...

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Possible release of hydro financials discussed

    As part of debate on tax-exempt status for Grimsby’s biodigester, the possiblity of releasing related hydro financials was raised. While Ald. Joanne Johnston noted it is a private business but Town-owned, financial ...

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