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Articles by The Voice of Pelham


North Pelham fire station officially opens

With the cutting of a fire hose, North Pelham’s newest fire station opened its bay doors for good. The building, which has two offices, training room, commercial kitchen, accessible male and female washrooms and showers,…


Letters to the Editor

I am very concerned about rural drivers who are inconsiderate of horses and their riders who use the local streets. Too many times while riding on quiet country roads in Pelham/Lincoln/West Lincoln and all other…


Seniors quiz regional candidates

Pelham’s three candidates for regional councillor faced a typical problem at a debate Friday. Anthony Annunziata, Brian Baty and Jim Inman were asked by the residents of Lookout Ridge Retirement Community if they favoured completing…


Fonthill man arrested after construction site thefts

In September, the Niagara Regional Police Service began an investigation into thefts from residential construction sites in Fonthill.  The unidentified suspect was captured on video and observed to be in possession of stolen material from…


O’Donnell seeks Ward Two seat

Justin O’Donnell is a candidate for Ward Two Councillor in the Town of Pelham. His reason for throwing his hat into the ring was simple. He is a communicator, and he knows the ability to…


Sportsguard protects players’ smiles

Peace Park Dental and the Pelham Pirates are teaming up to remind athletes to protect their teeth. The event will provide an opportunity for those who may be looking to get a custom fitted sportsguard…


New store will benefit the community

Shopping and education normally don’t go hand-in-hand. But for a trendy new store along Hwy. 20, that’s exactly the case. Tammy van den Brink, one of the creators of the soon-to-be opened Renewed Thrift &…


Regional candidates debate today

The Residents Council at the Community of Lookout Ridge have invited the three Regional Councillor candidates to join them on Oct. 17. Anthony Annunziata, Brian Baty, and Jim Inman will be having a meet and…


Kinsman Craft Show helps local charities

A pre-Christmas shopping trip this weekend helps charities in the community says the Fonthill Kinsmen club. The Fonthill and District Kinsmen Club have more than 75 artisans and crafters signed up for tables lining the…