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Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati is back with a new "Getting Chatty" segment, talking Halloween with Councillor Chris Dabrowski about the City's "Spooky Awards", and visiting Haunt Manor to find out what they are doing to keep their staff and visitors safe during this creepy season.
Brock University and Dillon's - Small Batch Distillers have a unique partnership when it comes to fighting COVID-19. Stephen Parr files this report.
24 Grange Avenue in Welland is the site of "Hallowe'en on the Grange" where visitors can explore their haunted display and give a donation to Sick Kids Hospital. Jennifer Wittig brings you this report.
Monique Finley, coordinator of the Welland Food Drive joins Mike Balsom via Zoom to discuss the changes to this year's event.
Tracy Holmwood, President of Pelham Cares talks about the 2020 Food Drive and how donations are being accepted at the Meridian Community Centre from November 5th to December 5th. Mike Balsom has more.
Jon Braithwaite, CEO for The Hope Centre in Welland joins Mike Balsom in studio to talk about how the Centre is helping people during the pandemic and the increased demand for food donations.
Congratulations to Gillian's Place on breaking the fundraising goal for this year's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. Hundreds "Walked a Mile COVID Style" and raised close to $104,000, shattering the $50,000 goal. Jennifer Wittig brings you this report.
Krissy Vann moved to Niagara-on-the-Lake from Toronto at the age of 12. She later moved to St. Catharines and attended Niagara College in Welland. She's a former Source reporter and presenter for The Weather Network. She's currently the Community Host for CTV Morning Live in Vancouver. Norah-Jean Howard finds out more about Krissy in this instalment of Niagara Roots.
Tim Denis, Host of Niagara in the Morning on NewsTalk 610 CKTB joins Mike Balsom in studio to discuss his radio show, Community Theatre and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.