Mayor Jim Diodati says he supports the proposed Year of the Horse Festival at the Fort Erie Race Track, adding such an attraction would have spill-ove ...
Some major improvements are planned for the town in the coming year
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In October, Premier Kathleen Wynne said the 116-year-old border oval does have hope for the future if an event that would compliment regional tourism initiatives was created.
Fort Erie water and sewer customer are catching a break. Following a budget meeting last week, the town has announced their will be no rate increase in 2014.
The people who have been on the front lines at the Fort Erie Race Track for several years are supportive of a plan that has been pitched to the provincial government, the final pitch to save the historic border oval.
Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak has been campaigning in his home region for the last two days,
Ontario's two main opposition parties are want to know whether the Liberal government is prepared to throw its support behind a proposal to create a 'Year of the Horse Festival' at the Fort Erie Race Track.
Soaring hydro rates are something the business community in Niagara simply can't handle, says Welland's NDP member of provincial parliament Cindy Forster.
The Central Ave. Bridge replacement project in Fort Erie will be slightly delayed because a project in St. Catharines is estimated to cost more than what the Niagara Region budgeted for.
Fort Erie's 2014 budget process continues Wednesday night, as spending for water and wastewater will be considered at town hall.
The Niagara Falls Liberal Riding Association has not released the names of those people interesting in representing the party provincially
A New York Senator is complaining bitterly about traffic delays at the Peace Bridge he says are caused by staffing cuts on the U.S. side of the border.
ntario NDP leader Andrea Horwath was on the campaign trail again in Niagara Falls on Friday, discussing various issues she says voters want to see addressed when a byelection is called before the end of March.
City council deserves credit for having the foresight to spend wisely, looking at the long-term needs of the community rather than taking the politically easy and financially dangerous route of cutting taxes or subsidizing base-budget proje ...