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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 Wales, Queen’s Landing and Pillar and Post, is now the owner. The sale price was not disclosed. Len Pennachetti […]

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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 dividend in question is valued at $122,000. As far back as Fall 2015, Ald. Carolyn Mullins, chair of the […]

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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 than 100 packing town hall to standing room only and Monday’s council meeting which had about […]

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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 – if not growing – concerns about truck traffic through downtown. Starting Monday, July 31 a […]

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Grimsby/Beamsville see rash of vehicle break-ins

Police are once again asking for the public’s assistance after a rash of vehicle break ins in the Grimsby and Beamsville communities over the past couple weeks.   In all of the incidents, some involving the thefts of purses, laptops, cash and GPS devices, the vehicles were unlocked with the valuables in plain sight.   Please ensure […]

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Vehicle Roll-Over in West Lincoln Claims Life

A roll-over single-vehicle accident on Smithville Road last night after 11 p.m. has claimed one life. At approximately 11:25 p.m., the Niagara Regional Police, West Lincoln Fire  and Emergency Medical Service (EMS), responded to reports of a motor vehicle roll-over that occurred on Smithville Road near South Chippawa Road in West Lincoln. Investigators have determined […]

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Police at Beamsville park Tuesday

Niagara Regional Police will be setting up shop at Hilary Bald Park in Beamsville tomorrow (Tuesday) as part of Police Week outreach. There will be displays and a demonstration with officers on hand to meet and inform area residents from 4-7 p.m. Parking for the Garden Gate Terrace park can be found at Cameron Avenue. […]

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Police arrest three men for Vineland robbery

Three men have been apprehended after Hopkins IDA in Vineland was robbed Monday afternoon.   At about 2:30 pm the Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) received a 911 call that the King Street pharmacy was being robbed.  Uniform officers from the 8 District Grimsby responded.   Officers received information that three male suspects were armed (1 with a […]

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Carter resigns, leaves WL for Region

West Lincoln CAO Chris Carter resigned last week. Today, Niagara Region announced they have hired Carter as general manager. The item was West Lincoln’s Planning Committee agenda for tonight. Reporting to the CAO, the general manager will be responsible for the day to day operations and setting future direction for the divisions of Human Resources, […]

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NPCA cancels RFP process due to what is deems Board member interference

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Board of Directors today voted unanimously to repeal the Hodgson Motion and direct the Chair of the Board of Directors to resume conversations with the Auditor General of Ontario. The recommendation was brought forth by Chair Sandy Annunziata after it was revealed to him that interference from a Board Member […]

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