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Brock University awards scholarships to Lakeshore students

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Brock University awards scholarships to Lakeshore students

Anthony Infurma of Lakeshore Catholic Secondary School thought he was in trouble, when, right in the middle of lacrosse practice, the principal came out and got him from the field. “I had no idea why the principal came to get me,” he said. So, with trepidation, he came to the auditorium and in front of […]

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Sexual assault charge for Fort Erie man

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Sexual assault charge for Fort Erie man

A 41 year old Fort Erie man has been arrested by Niagara Regional Police after an investigation into a sexual assault allegation.   Detectives from the Sexual Assault Unit charged Edmund Mulligan with sexual assault and sexual exploitation. He was held for a bail hearing Wednesday in St. Catharines.

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Arrest warrant issued for Fort Erie man

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Arrest warrant issued for Fort Erie man

Niagara Regional Police have issued an arrest warrant for a Fort Erie resident wanted on numerous drugs and weapons offences. In a release, police said its Guns, Gangs and Grow Unit began an investigation in February into Tom Forster, who was believed to be trafficking narcotics.  After a four week investigation police executed a search […]

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Cocaine and cash seized by police

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Cocaine and cash seized by police

Niagara Regional Police seized a quantity of cocaine, Hydromorphone pills, Fentanyl and a large quantity of Canadian currency after executing a controlled drugs and substances act search warrant in Fort Erie Thursday. Charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, two counts of possession of a schedule one substance, possession of proceeds obtained by crime under […]

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First World War plaque damaged after theft

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A 37 year old Fort Erie man has been charged with possession of stolen property after a First World War memorial plaque was recovered from a local scrapyard. Niagara Regional Police were contacted by District School Board of Niagara regarding a theft from Ridgeway Public School in mid-February Officers found a First World War memorial […]

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Sub-zero temperatures at annual Polar Bear Dip

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Sub-zero temperatures at annual Polar Bear Dip

With a water temperature of 0 Celsius, air temperature of -17 Celsius, and a snow squall coming in off of Lake Erie, a few dozen brave and hardy men and women took part in the 5th annual Polar Bear Dip and Chili Challenge at Bertie Boat Club. “Believe it or not, this is probably tied […]

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