Rocking at the roller derby

Formed in 2011, they’ve grown into something of an underground phenomenon. What began as a few ladies aiming to incorporate the fast-paced roller sport locally, quickly turned into well-supported organization for all ages. Patrons lined…


Author shares story of love in first book

Charles Pedley had never written a book before. After witnessing a tragic love story, featuring his daughter persistence and understanding, he put pen to the paper. “It’s the story of my daughter Rebecca, who found…


E. L. Crossley receives another green award

E.L. Crossley was once again in the green spotlight last week as the environmental club received funding from the Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds Program. This will be the third straight year the school received funding…


Pic’s Motor Clinic

Pic’s Motor Clinic first opened its doors in 1949 as a one-man repair shop located in Fenwick. During the first years of business it became a place where young men could find a part-time job,…


Pumpkin fun at the market

A lesson of farming is that not everything grows. Ten of 80 pumpkin plants handed out to children by the Pelham Farmers Market in the spring came back for judging in a September pumpkin contest…


Fenwick business in a ‘golden’ location

Lisa Kouretsos knows Fenwick. The owner of Golden Grill has been apart of the community for 15 years, after purchasing the Green Lantern in 1999, and likes the direction the village is headed. With longer…


Pirates hit the ice in St. Catharines

The Pelham Pirates wasted no time getting on the ice after signing a seven-year lease with the town. Hopeful young hockey players took to the ice at Ridley College for the second conditioning camp, where…


Brothers start project to halt speeders

After the tragic death of a family pet, two Fenwick brothers are asking the public one simple request; slow down on their street. Nearly two weeks ago, Conner and Sebastian McLeod were playing with their…


Municipal elections looming

Pelham has its first race underway in the 2014 municipal election. With Coun. Jim Lane filing his nomination papers to run in Ward 1 last week, there are now three candidates for the two town…


Robotics team seeks support for Brazil tournament

A team of local children are set to represent Canada on the international stage using colourful interlocking plastic bricks and an accompanying array of gears, minifigures and various other parts. The group, called Lego Da…