Articles by The Voice of Pelham

Mayoral candidates debate October 8

NPCA speaker draws tough questions

Carmen D’Angelo admits the NPCA  got it wrong. The chief administrative officer for the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority said the authority “absolutely did a bad job” when it changed floodline designations along the Welland River….


Councillors cheer Lane at last meeting

Pelham town councillors took turns praising Ward 1 Coun. Jim Lane for stepping up to serve the town, during their final meeting of the 2010-2014 term. Lane, appointed earlier this year to replace Larry Clark…


Rain splashes Summerfest final report

Rain during a key Saturday kept the 4th annual Summerfest from reaching its 28,500 attendance goal. However, the number of visitors increased on the other three days. It did draw 17,978 visitors over the four-day…


Made in Movember

Those furry upper lips in Pelham are making a difference. Movember funds have directly led to a prostate cancer research breakthrough, showing the significant impact Movember donations are having on the lives of men. The…


Pirates turn into Panthers

The Pelham Pirates are no more. The Jr. B hockey team will now be known as the Pelham Panthers, the same name as the minor hockey association for the town. New jersey and the new team…


Strolling through the downtown

Residents once again got a chance to dabble through downtown businesses in the annual Holiday Gift Showcase. The opening of Christmas in Pelham featured showcases in Fonthill and Ridgeville Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday to…


Remembering Pelham’s fallen

Remembrance Day carried a different weight in Pelham this year. One hundred years have passed since the start of the first modern war, but the memory of sacrifice sits etched in stone at Peace Park….


Open house opens budget talks

Pelham town council asks residents to submit their ideas for the 2015 budget at an open house in the town council chambers at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec.8. For the past few years, council has…


Mayoral candidates debate October 8

Tenders cover many projects

The town’s Public Works department recently awarded contracts for 15 projects around town.  Duffin Contracting Inc on an $81,600 bid will remove silt and vegetation from the bottom of Swayze Drain. Anthony’s Excavating with a…


Aloha Downtown

After falling in love with the Big Island, Gary and Natalie Stickles decided to bring the taste of Hawaii into downtown Fonthill. With rave reviews thus far, fewer locals will be heading to airports this…