Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News Two men arrested following a robbery in Niagara Falls Niagara Regional Police have arrested two men after a gas station robbery in Niagara Falls. Flying Saucer Restaurant turns 50 The Flying Saucer Restaraunt on Lundy's Lane is celebrating 50 years in business today. The disapperance of a 58-yr-old Niagara man now handed over to homicide unit 58 year old Darren Werner has been missing since September 17th, 2021. Separated bike lane installed in St. Catharines Green plastic bollards were installed yesterday along Oakdale Avenue to create a separated bike lane between Westchester Avenue and Disher Street. Trudeau to meet with Biden, California governor on Day 2 of Summit of the Americas It's an itinerary worthy of Hollywood: the governor of California, the man who runs Google and the president of the United States. Passport application backlog leads to lineups, scrambles summer travel plans After more than two years of pandemic-restricted travel, many Canadians are hoping to relieve their wanderlust this summer. Conservative party leadership chairman doesn't see race being delayed Conservative party leadership chairman Ian Brodie doesn't see any scenario in which the race could be delayed, even as party faithful fret over the long wait to certify memberships. Canada launches first federal carbon offset market Carbon offset markets allow governments, companies and other organizations that emit greenhouse gases to pay for those emissions through the purchase of credits created when emissions are cut somewhere else. Ontario to lift most remaining masking rules on Saturday Most remaining mandatory mask rules in Ontario will expire on Saturday. City of Hamilton Canada Day Celebration at Bayfront Park The City of Hamilton is pleased to offer a free family friendly event with children’s recreation and arts activities at Bayfront Park on July 1. 37-yr-old Niagara man says he will invest in his children's future after winning $100,000 A 37-year-old Thorold man says he feels like he has won a million bucks after a lottery win. Federal ministers say they're working on measures to end delays at Canadian airports Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says the federal government is working on new measures to help ease delays at major airports, adding that a ``similar phenomenon'' is happening worldwide. Halton Region confirms first case of monkeypox, eight cases confirmed in Toronto Halton Region Public Health says it has confirmed the area's first case of monkeypox. Wallenda will return to Niagara Falls 10 years after his tightrope walk Niagara is marking the 10th anniversary of the tightrope walk by Nik Wallenda. One new COVID-19 death reported in Niagara, ten in hospital being treated for the virus One new COVID-19 death has been reported in Niagara. Niagara Councillor gets reappointed to a sought-after board overseeing municipalities once again A Niagara Regional Councillor has been reappointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. St. Catharines figure skater announces retirement St. Catharines native Kirsten Moore-Towers is retiring from competitive figure skating. 15 people on Niagara Regional Police's latest list of impaired drivers Between May 30, 2022 to June 5, 2022, 15 people were criminally charged.