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Ron Kore: The Future

Hat firmly on his head for years, a sudden appearance in the ring By DAVE BURKET The VOICE Opening the door to his modest suburban home in Fonthill, Ron Kore ushers his visitor into the kitchen and demands to know what kind of tea he’d like before th
Residents blast Mayor, DSBN over school

Residents blast Mayor, DSBN over school

Grade 7 student Tye Phillbrick offers his opinion at the Fenwick Fire Hall on Wednesday night.

Nuke juice via Niagara a go

By NATE SMELLE The Voice Thanks to the lobbying of the American Department of Energy, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, and a U.S. court, the drive between the Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
The Voice: February 8 2017

The Voice: February 8 2017

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Baby food recall dramatically expanded

Baby food recall dramatically expanded

Ottawa, February 8, 2017 - The food recall warning issued on February 3, 2017 has been updated to include additional products. This additional information was identified during the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) food safety investigation.
2016 Citizen of the Year: Ron Kore

2016 Citizen of the Year: Ron Kore

The Fonthill and District Kinsmen have named Fonthill Sobey's owner, Ron Kore, as their 2016 Citizen of the Year.
Emily Brettell’s memory lives on

Emily Brettell’s memory lives on

From left, Coach John Ruscitti, E.L. Crossley Principal Karen Simpson, Debbie Pine, Kerry Brettell, Kim Yallup and Dominc Aiello gather at E.L.
U Turn Décor & More closes

U Turn Décor & More closes

By VOICE STAFF Five months after opening their doors, the owners of U-Turn Decor & More have decided to close shop.
DSBN wants portion of Town park

DSBN wants portion of Town park

Request made of community still peeved at name change BY VOICE STAFF The District School Board of Niagara is requesting that the Town of Pelham cede a portion of Cherry Ridge Park for use as a soccer field to serve the students of the new Wellington
Town Council passes $11.8 million operating budget

Town Council passes $11.8 million operating budget

BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Council had another look at the proposed $11.8-million operating budget for 2017 during the Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday, Jan. 30.