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The sound of realism comes to Fenwick rail club

  BY SARAH WHITAKER Special to the VOICE Regular visitors to Fenwick’s model railroad layout would likely say the miniature trains, tiny people and painstakingly built landscapes are all very real looking. They’d be right,…


After 15 years, Crossley volleyball team back to OFSSA

  BY VOICE STAFF The E.L. Crossley Cyclones have blown their way into the Ontario Federation Secondary Athletic Association (OFSAA) volleyball championships. The team was in Sydenham this past weekend. The Cyclones played on Thursday…


Seasonal tradition comes to an end

BY VOICE STAFF Though neither can remember exactly when they started, they agree that it has been at least 15 years, likely several years longer. Pelham’s principal elves, Paul Ryan and Gayle Baltjes-Bazinet—the pair behind…


Community volunteers honoured

BY JENNIFER CHORNLEY The VOICE Imagine, Believe, Achieve! This was the 2018 theme for the Volunteer Recognition Social hosted by the Town of Pelham at the community centre last Wednesday, November 21. Some 180 volunteers…


UPDATED: One police officer shoots another

  BY VOICE STAFF A Niagara Regional Police Service constable was shot by a fellow officer early Thursday afternoon during an “altercation” in North Pelham, according to Special Investigations Unit spokesperson Monica Hudon, addressing the…


BREAKING: Pelham SIU incident

  BY VOICE STAFF UPDATES BELOW Through a news release on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 29, the Niagara Regional Police say that following an unstated incident in Pelham, an officer has been “transported by paramedics.” The…



EDITORIAL: It’s time for change at the NPCA

  It has been said that Democracy is the worst form of government except all those other forms that have been tried from time to time. —Winston Churchill Democracy doesn’t always get it right on…


Warm welcome for new face at Glynn A. Green

  Todd Halliday looking forward to furthering school’s “great reputation” BY JENNIFER CHORNLEY The VOICE Although Todd Halliday is Glynn A. Green Public School’s new principal, he is no stranger to the school itself. When…


COLUMN SIX: Throwing caution to the wind can hurt

Velodrome racing not for the timid BY JOHN SWART VOICE Correspondent The first thing that strikes you upon entering the arena is the faint rumble, like car tires crossing corrugated safety strips. It does nothing…