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St. Francis Guild donates to Mount St. Mary's Hospital
Mon, Dec 12th 2011 09:50 am
The St. Francis Guild Auxiliary of Mount St. Mary's Hospital recently presented a check in the amount of $60,000 to President Judith Maness.
National Grid offers energy and money saving tips for safe and festive holiday decorating
Mon, Dec 12th 2011 07:00 am
National Grid understands the importance of celebrating the holiday season with family and friends, and warm, colorful lighting.
Greater Niagara Ballet Company presents 'The Nutcracker'
Fri, Dec 9th 2011 08:15 am
A local tradition continues this holiday season. The Greater Niagara Ballet Company presents its 34th annual production of "The Nutcracker."
Niagara University students settle soda/pop debate in support of foundation run by blind teen
Thu, Dec 8th 2011 03:00 pm
Pop or soda, the generic term for carbonated beverages has been a source of friendly debate between soft drink aficionados for decades.
No way, Nik: Niagara Parks Commission denies Wallenda bid
Wed, Dec 7th 2011 11:10 pm
The Niagara Parks Commission has rejected a bid by daredevil Nik Wallenda to cross the Horseshoe Falls on a tightrope.

"Safety and our responsibility to preserve and protect the falls, and all those who wish to view its beauty, are our paramount concern in reaching the decision we have," said NPC Chairwoman Janice Thomson.

The denial comes three weeks to the day after Wallenda made a personal pitch to the commission, which has a long history of denying what it considers to be stunts. The NPC controls all provincial parks in and around the falls and a tract of parkway that runs from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Fort Erie.

"What we're doing is re-affirming our policy against stunting," said Thomson.

The 10-member commission held a conference call Tuesday night. At that time commissioners were asked if they wanted to re-open discussion of the Wallenda proposal. However, actual voting was done on an individual basis with Thomson; the commissioners do not know how others voted.

Support Opportunities Unlimited Foundation gift-wrap booth
Wed, Dec 7th 2011 09:45 am
The Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara Foundation's gift-wrap booth is open through Saturday, Dec. 24.
Lewiston commemorates most important day in its history
Tue, Dec 6th 2011 07:30 am
'Flames Through Lewiston' highlights British attack during the War of 1812.
Ceretto, Pope oversee new recycling unit in Village of Lewiston
Mon, Dec 5th 2011 12:35 pm
John Ceretto and Richard Pope were on hand as a new household hazardous waste disposal unit was installed in the Village of Lewiston.
Top honors for Western New York poet in Poland
Mon, Dec 5th 2011 08:40 am
The Polish Writers Union has bestowed the honor of Best Book of 2011 in poetry on "Winter Vision," a poetry collection by Western New York author Robert M. Giannetti.
'Christmas in the Village of Youngstown 2011' is Saturday
Sat, Dec 3rd 2011 07:15 am
Holiday-related festivities are going full swing throughout northern Niagara.
GI School District: Capital project information campaign hits high gear
Fri, Dec 2nd 2011 10:30 am
An information campaign regarding the Grand Island Central School District capital project vote ramps up into high gear Monday.
First Niagara presents 'Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration'
Thu, Dec 1st 2011 07:00 am
First Niagara Bank will present the 2011 "Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration" on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Buffalo.
Festive Sanborn
Thu, Dec 1st 2011 07:00 am
The Sanborn Fire Company Band presented its annual Christmas concert at the Sanborn firehall.
Energize your holiday at the Niagara Power Project
Wed, Nov 30th 2011 09:30 am
Holiday celebrations kick-off early at the New York Power Authority's admission-free Niagara Power Project's visitors center, the Power Vista.
Oddo named professor emeritus of accounting at NU
Mon, Nov 28th 2011 03:15 pm
When Al Oddo retired in June, members of the Niagara University community agreed it would be difficult to imagine a faculty roster that didn't include the accounting professor of 38 years. Now they won't have to.
Win Natural Link goods and support Niagara County's HART, too
Mon, Nov 28th 2011 09:05 am
HART Interfaith Inc. and The Natural Link are sponsoring a raffle to benefit HART. There are three gift certificate prizes for The Natural Link products.
Making Christmas brighter
Mon, Nov 28th 2011 08:30 am
The seventh annual Lewiston Tour of Homes is scheduled for Dec. 3 and 4 in Lewiston. Major sponsors of the event recently gathered in the Lewiston Museum for a photo.
Giving thanks
Thu, Nov 24th 2011 09:00 am
St. Peter R.C. School celebrated a traditional Thanksgiving luncheon on Nov. 17. Parents and grandparents were invited to share in the celebration.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade celebrates its 85th year
Wed, Nov 23rd 2011 10:00 pm
America's favorite holiday tradition, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade returns to dazzle and enchant millions nationwide on Thursday, Nov. 24, beginning at 9 a.m. on NBC in all time zones.
Niagara University students support food pantry at Thanksgiving
Wed, Nov 23rd 2011 09:30 pm
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, NUSGA was challenged by the offices of student affairs and campus ministry to assist a Niagara Falls food pantry at one of its neediest times of year.
Diabetes Awareness Month
Wed, Nov 23rd 2011 08:55 am
Before overfilling that plate with fat-laden, high-calorie foods this holiday season, consider this: Experts say not only are Americans getting fatter, but the numbers of those who develop diabetes is growing significantly.
'Fortunate' Kid Rock donates money to Buffalo charities
Mon, Nov 21st 2011 06:05 am
The "Devil Without a Cause" now has a mission and (possibly) a way into Heaven.
'Tree of Warmth'
Mon, Nov 21st 2011 06:00 am
The holidays should be a special time for everyone, especially children.
PB&J aids local pantries
Thu, Nov 17th 2011 07:00 am
Town of Niagara resident Nick Occhipinti and his grandson, Vinny, drop off a donation at the bin in Town Hall supporting the second annual "Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive" to help area food pantries feed less fortunate families with children.
Memorial upgrades cardiac telemetry technology
Thu, Nov 17th 2011 07:00 am
Memorial recently invested more than $1 million in advanced cardiac telemetry technology for its ER1 Emergency Department, ICU and inpatient Heart & Stroke Center.
World Diabetes Day in Niagara Falls
Tue, Nov 15th 2011 05:55 pm
As part of an initiative to promote awareness of World Diabetes Day, a group of agencies coordinated by the "Mayor's Task Group on Health" gathered at Niagara Falls City Hall.
Artpark plans for 'EDGES III' sculpture competition
Tue, Nov 15th 2011 03:25 pm
Artpark is immediately placing a national call for entries for its third installment of the outdoor sculpture competition titled "EDGES III."
Richardson no longer selling Fourth and Center property
Mon, Nov 14th 2011 06:25 pm
Instead, he's looking to completely cover it up.
Happy birthday, Bob
Mon, Nov 14th 2011 09:05 am
A large crowd came out to American Legion Post 1451 to celebrate Wilson resident Bob Burtwell's 100th birthday.
Friends rally for Patty Wise
Sat, Nov 12th 2011 06:35 am
The friends of Patty Wise held a benefit in her honor.

Wise was the victim of a devastating ATV accident on July 23 while visiting with family out of state. She has remained in a coma in Lakeland, Fla., ever since.

A salute to veterans
Fri, Nov 11th 2011 07:20 pm
Local veterans found that the younger generation does appreciate their service at the annual Veterans Day Dinner on Thursday.
TON cares a ton -- and more
Thu, Nov 10th 2011 04:00 pm
Organizers of the annual Electric Lights Parade are so excited about the results of the "care a ton" food drive, they've decided to extend the collection.
Ex-comptroller McCall keynotes tribute to Kimble
Thu, Nov 10th 2011 02:10 pm
When the first African-American woman to serve in the Niagara County Legislature retires in December after an 18-year legislative career, she will leave having repeatedly commanded the attention of some of the state's top leaders.

At least two of them will be on hand to toast her retirement at a gala later this month.

H. Carl McCall, who served as state comptroller during much of the George Pataki era in state government, will be the keynote speaker at a tribute honoring the accomplishments of Deputy Minority Leader Renae Kimble, D-Niagara Falls. That tribute will be held Nov. 17 at Niagara County Community College. Also on hand will be Assemblyman John D. Ceretto, the Lewiston Republican who often worked across the aisle with Kimble on a number of issues impacting western Niagara County.

County QIP preparing pre-K children for success in school
Wed, Nov 9th 2011 02:10 pm
The Niagara County Early Child Care QIP is set to graduate its first cohort of child care centers.
One Niagara submits application for assistance for $6 million renovation of Niagara Falls landmark
Wed, Nov 9th 2011 01:00 pm
The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency board of directors today accepted an application for assistance from One Niagara LLC for a proposed $6 million renovation of the Niagara Falls landmark on 360 Rainbow Blvd. The owners plan to create a mixed-use center focused on tourism, retail, food and beverage; office space; data services; and hospitality. In total, this would create 17 new jobs while retaining 38 jobs.

The NCIDA board also approved applications for assistance it received at the October board meeting from Olin Corporation, Gateway Harbor Inn, Frank's Vacuum Truck Services Inc., Mawhiney Trucking Inc. and Taylor Devices for projects that, combined, total $30 million in new investment and 74 new jobs, while retaining 328 current jobs.

Aquarium of Niagara speaker 'jaws' about sharks
Wed, Nov 9th 2011 09:05 am
Aquarium says sharks need protection, too.
Village of Lewiston calls timeout on Center Street talk
Tue, Nov 8th 2011 08:40 am
Trustees in the Village of Lewiston on Monday opted not to talk about festival suggestions submitted by Mayor Terry Collesano's ad hoc committee. Though Collesano asked to discuss the five-person panel's recommendations for when and how to close Center Street, his colleagues asked for more time to review the letter submitted last week.

The Village Board did speak with accountant Pat Brown of Brown & Co. He informed trustees of a need to raise the water rate from $2.80 per 100 cubic feet to $3.55, and the sewer rate from $3.95 per 100 cubic feet to $4.65, to offset cost increases from the Niagara County Water District and the Town of Lewiston Master Sewer District.

The proposed increases would take effect with the Jan. 1, 2012, billing. Brown said the average Village of Lewiston resident would pay about $25 more per year.

Teaming up to fight cancer
Mon, Nov 7th 2011 07:00 am
Sabres, ECMC, First Niagara join forces to purchase breast cancer prevention and education bus.
WNY Land Conservancy protects first site on Niagara Escarpment
Fri, Nov 4th 2011 05:30 pm
The Western New York Land Conservancy recognized the acquisition of the first protected property on the Niagara Escarpment, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
Tickets now on sale for Lewiston Tour of Homes
Thu, Nov 3rd 2011 06:45 am
The Historical Association of Lewiston announces tickets are now on sale for its seventh annual Tour of Homes, scheduled for Dec. 3 and 4 in Lewiston. Chris Castellani, Lewiston resident and owner of Supermarket Liquors and Wines, has stepped forward as the presenting sponsor of this event.
 


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