Articles by The Voice of Pelham

COLUMN SIX: The morning after, 50 years ago

BY RICHARD PALKOWSKI Special to the VOICE The “Man In Society” class at Pelham High School couldn’t have been taught by a better person than Mr. J. S. Curtis. As simply a history teacher, he…


THE CONVERSATION: Jessica Tillmanns

The Green Party’s 18-year-old candidate in Niagara West is learning the campaign ropes BY SAMUEL PICCOLO The VOICE   There’s an old joke about soccer in the United States: It’s the sport of the future,…


Scholarship created in memory of teacher

Sharon Keller an E. L. Crossley fixture for 30-plus years BY VOICE STAFF E.L. Crossley Secondary School has created a scholarship in the memory of Sharon Keller, who died last November after having taught science…



TOWN COUNCIL NEWS: East Fenwick, potholes discussed

BY VOICE STAFF At its meeting last Tuesday evening, April 3, Pelham Town Council heard an update from SGL Planning, the firm hired to create the secondary plan for the East Fenwick development. The secondary…


Pelham Cares turns 35

Organization also recognizes National Volunteer Week BY VOICE STAFF Pelham Cares is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2018, and considering that the week of April 15 is National Volunteer Week, coordinator Lori Grande called it…


ANALYSIS: A Ford on the road

Ontario PC leader Doug Ford draws the crowds. What does he do with them? BY SAMUEL PICCOLO The VOICE When he appears through the doors the music begins—always ‘Eye of the Tiger,’ always from the…