Beamsville

Letter: Appreciative resident thanks Lincoln staffer, EMS workers, WLMH team

(Editor’s Note: Last week’s edition included a rare opinion piece on the front page. This week, another rarity, a Letter to the Editor on the front, from a very appreciative reader. Mr. Goldhang was the subject of a story last week afte ...

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NRPS investigating shooting in Beamsville

In the early morning hours today (Sunday, Nov. 1), just after midnight, 8 District (Grimsby) uniform officers with the Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) were called to the area of Fracchioni Drive and Cachet Court in Beamsvil ...

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Young offender faces series of charges after abduction hoax

NRPS investigating shooting in Beamsville In the early morning hours today (Sunday, Nov. 1), just after midnight, 8 District (Grimsby) uniform officers with the Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) were called to the area of Fra ...

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Tips for teaching kids at home during COVID-19

Homeschool parent creates Facebook site to help with the transition By Joanne McDonald For NewsNow Monica La Vella would definitely be on every child’s favourite teacher list. A Beamsville entrepreneur, La Vella has a class of t ...

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Dillon’s Distillers: the heart of Ontario spirit

By Joanne McDonald For NewsNow Response to a local distiller’s production of lifesaving hand sanitizer has been 100 percent proof of community spirit in the fight against COVID-19. Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers in Beamsville ...

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Calm, kind, responsible community response urged for COVID-19

By Joanne McDonald For NewsNow Beamsville resident Jacqueline Swart has been calm and pragmatic in her response to the rapidly changing landscape around COVID 19. But she is also realistic and responsible for the health of her fam ...

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Opinion: Save Woodburn Cottage

Dear Editor, Regrettably, I was unable to attend the information meeting regarding Woodburn Cottage. I was rather disturbed that the Town Council did not support its Heritage Committee more forcefully in denying this development a ...

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Nancy’s Fibre Art Shop gives back

By Tristan Marks NewsNow Gillian’s Place in Beamsville will be able to operate a little cozier thanks to a donation from Nancy’s Fibre Art Shop in Beamsville. The knitting craft shop donated $685 along with free knitwear to th ...

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From the Legion to the sea and back again

By Tristan Marks For NewsNow Navy veteran Barry Stark’s warm demeanor contrasts against the brisk and overcast Nov. 2 afternoon. He stands in his full Royal Canadian Legion uniform; from his naval beret to four medals across his ...

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Lincoln to host cannabis open houses

The Town of Lincoln is hosting a series of open houses to gather input on pending municipal cannabis production Official Plan and bylaw changes. The first meeting is set for Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 2-4 p.m. in town hall’s council ...

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Grimsby boxer hosts fundraiser for MS Society

Grimsby boxer ‘Wild One’ Kelly Wilson is hosting a “Bingo for Boxing” fundraiser event at the Beamsville Legion on Saturday Oct. 2. The event is part of Wilson’s participation in the Pearl Gloves Charity Boxi ...

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BDSS remembered with ‘history exchange’

By Tristan Marks For NewsNow Beamsville Secondary School (BDSS) will soon be gone. At the end of the 2020 year, the high school will cease holding classes for good. However, its memory will live on, in no small part thanks to stud ...

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Lions Food Drive nets 30,000 lbs of donations for CCWN food bank

By Tristan Marks For NewsNow   Beamsville and District Lions’ Food Drive met and exceeded its 30,000-lb goal Saturday. Community Care of West Niagara (CCWN) were the beneficiary of the work of dozens. Thanks to the generosi ...

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Pioneer Day returns for Oct. 5

What’s old is new again at Lincoln’s annual Pioneer Day on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m-4 p.m. Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre will play host to exploration of many activities and exhibits that convey the Town’s rich hist ...

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Coffee on at Domenic’s one last time Saturday

By Joanne McDonald For NewsNow One haircut at a time, Domenic Barbatano has been taking good care of the people in Beamsville, inside and out, for almost half a century. The well loved barber retired Saturday, April 27, his final ...

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Enough is enough for Beamsville truck traffic

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Another close call with trucks popping up on downtown Beamsville curbs has pushed Lincoln Council to immediately move to take on the  worsening truck traffic issue. Council passed an extensive motion M ...

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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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Cardozo takes Lincoln Soap Box Derby 2018

(Photo) Gavin Christie, car #8, readies for his dash. When the dust settled at Great Lakes Christian High School, Michael Cardozo was the Stock Car division winner in the Lincoln Soap Box Derby on Saturday (Aug. 11). It was the se ...

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Happy 151 Canada :)

From all of us at newsnow, have a terrific Canada Day! ...

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Niagara West candidates square off

Fresh young faces ready to test the political waters and tackle pressing issues from hydro to health care met the business community Monday night during an all candidates debate organized by the Lincoln, Grimsby and West Lincoln Chambers of ...

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