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E. L. Crossley eats up third annual VegFest

Fruit smoothies in service of saving planet BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Recognizing that the human species depends upon the Earth for its survival like all living beings, students from E.L. Crossley Secondary School’s Eco-Club…


Community questions the experts on Pelham’s finances

Public meeting at fire hall concludes to the satisfaction of few   By VOICE STAFF Responding to a motion tabled at Niagara Regional Council by Port Colborne Councillor David Barrick, which called into question the…


Miss Vickie’s Jalapeño Chips salmonella recall

Miss Vickie’s Canada is recalling Miss Vickie’s brand Jalapeño Kettle Cooked Potato Chips from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below. Recalled products Miss Vickie’s Jalapeño…




Blazing a trail

Pelham’s only female firefighter encourages more women to join BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE As the only woman serving as a volunteer firefighter in Pelham, Pam Wilson is honoured to do her part in making…


Viruses and “ransomware” no strangers to Pelham

Local computer users, businesses see spike in malicious attempts to gain access, control BY JESSICA ANDERSEN Special to the VOICE Computer scams are becoming increasingly more common these days. On a recent episode of Dr….


Kinsmen set for 22nd annual Home Show

BY VOICE STAFF This weekend the Fonthill and District Kinsmen will be hosting their annual Home and Garden Show at the Pelham Arena. Over the last 22 years, the Home Show has provided people with…


Region gathers input for new code of conduct

Provincial Bill 68 would require municipalities to add integrity commissioners BY NATE SMELLE The VOICE Regional Councillors met with members of the public on Tuesday a week ago to collect input to create a new…