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Articles by The Voice of Pelham


Community Support Services offering free meals

Community Support Services of Niagara (CSSN) announced today that it will be delivering two free frozen meals to anyone that initiates service in the Meals on Wheels program as a special promotion until the end…


Nicaragua trip planned for Pelham church

A team of seventeen from Pelham Community Church will fly to Managua on March 13 for quite the adventure. As Fair Trade Service Learners, they will be partnering with Companeros in Nicaragua to learn more…


Fonthill resident wins $116,753

Congratulations to David Baker of Fonthill, winner of $116,753.80 from the January 28, 2015 LOTTO 6/49 draw. “I’m closer to believing it now,” said David while at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto to claim…


Book sale has calming effect

Stay calm and buy books. Pelham Public Library is cashing in on the “Stay Calm” craze to promote its weeklong March used book sale. “Stay calm and read,” “stay calm with a book” and similar…



New group gives residents a platform

A new citizens’ group says it wants to create a space to raise awareness of issues in the town. Pelham Ratepayers Association (PRA) is putting together a website, planning articles for it and lining up…


Town reviews hotel feasibility study bid

A hotel could stand near a new community centre complex on town-owned land in East Fonthill. At a special council meeting Monday, councillors reviewed a proposal from PFK Hospitality and Tourism Business Advisors to do…


Fundraising efforts begin for time capsule renovation

The time to renovate the Thorold Fonthill High School time capsule is now, says Trish Rybski. A TFHS graduate and Pelham’s Historical Society member told the society’s  monthly meeting Saturday fundraising efforts have begun to…


Pelham plane lands in college program

Canadore College’s aviation technician students will fly higher, with the arrival of a donated Piper Seneca twin-engine light aircraft last week. The aircraft, donated by Pelham residents Bev and Ken Byberg, will go a long…