The Floral Clock in Queenston constructed in 1950 has a long history of attracting tourists and is now featuring the spring display.
The Hotel Dieu Shaver Hospital will soon open a Parkinson’s rehab clinic thanks to the generosity of hockey legend Steve Ludzik.
Stormwatch interview with therapist Roxanne Durhodge.
Ground breaking ceremony of a $200-million outlet shopping centre being built in Niagara-on-the-Lake that will open to the public a year from now call ...
Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre welcomed Tom Whittaker recently as he presented in front of a crowd and toured the newly created rehab facilities at the site.
John Storm chats with St. Catharines Coun. Mark Elliott about plans for the new Performing Arts Centre in this video interview.
Chorus Niagara, Niagara’s premier 100-voice choral ensemble present Giuseppe Verdi’s masterwork Requiem Saturday May 4, 7:30 p.m., at the historic Lake Street Armoury
Bullet News community columnist John Storm talks with winemaker Lydia Tomek.
Local artist talks to Bullet News about his latest ventures and upcoming gig.
The third annual Greater Niagara Home and Garden Show is here again for another year through Sundat at the Niagara Falls convention centre, featuring over 150 vendors including Bullet News.
The spirit of Easter was in full swing this weekend at Firemen’s Park where thousands packed in to participate in in the 17th annual Easter Egg Hunt put on by the Stamford Volunteer Firemen’s Association.
The Boys and Girls Club of Niagara’s Annual General Meeting and Recognition Night took place at the Crowne Plaza Wednesday night. It was an evening that recognized the 2012 outstanding contributors to the club and broke the news that the ...
Starting today and continuing through until Saturday, the event will welcome 100 vendors, all bringing the latest in products and services under one roof. Other highlights include the Niagara Food Festival Mobile Culinary Theatre and Cana ...
Ashley MacIssac, Canadian fiddler extraordinaire and recipient of three Junos, was in town at Ridgeway’s Sanctuary for the Arts where he performed in a sold-out auditorium.