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Cioppa wins Zarbo Scholarship
Mon, Jul 5th 2021 07:00 am
The Zachary R. Zarbo scholarship committee has chosen Ian Cioppa as the scholarship recipient for the Zachary R. Zarbo 2021 Spotlighters Memorial Scholarship award.
Celebrating the most American of freedoms
Sat, Jul 3rd 2021 07:00 am
The 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence knew what they were getting into. As we celebrate the 4th of July 245 years later with flags and fireworks, it's easy to forget that these patriots risked death to give a new nation life.
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for July 2, 2021
Fri, Jul 2nd 2021 07:00 am
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for July 2, 2021
Eagle Scout working to bring dog park to Youngstown
Fri, Jul 2nd 2021 07:00 am
Many residents of Youngstown have been driving to Lewiston to make use of the dog park there for some time now. However, Youngstown's Veterans Park will soon be getting a dog park, too.
'In the Loop' with the Lewiston-Porter Board of Education: Lew-Port commencement includes a first salute
Fri, Jul 2nd 2021 07:00 am
As we celebrate Independence Day this weekend, please take a moment to honor the commitment of our recent Lewiston-Porter graduates who have joined the U.S. armed forces.
Residents voice opposition on Townline Road solar project
Fri, Jul 2nd 2021 07:00 am
Community solar - and the lack of public support for it - continues to make news in Niagara County.
'Thursdays on the Water' lineup announced
Thu, Jul 1st 2021 08:00 pm
On Thursday, North Tonawanda officials, including Mayor Arthur G. Pappas, joined Niagara County Legislator Jesse Gooch for a press conference at Gratwick-Riverside Park where the lineup was announced for the upcoming "Thursdays on the Water" concert series.
Q&A: Amy Acker stars in Hallmark Channel's 'Crashing Through the Snow'
Wed, Jun 30th 2021 08:30 pm
Amy Acker is an in-demand talent - and the star of Crown Media's "Christmas in July" film "Crashing Through the Snow." This is the lone new entry airing in The Hallmark Channel's holiday movie marathon.
Signing off: 'In the Loop' with the Lewiston-Porter Board of Education
Wed, Jun 30th 2021 02:55 pm
Welcome to summer vacation, Lewiston-Porter!
Heart, Love & Soul reopens for sit-down dining
Sat, Jun 26th 2021 11:15 am
Last year, as the pandemic forced restaurants to shutter in-door seating for guests, it was often overlooked that similar restrictions were placed upon local food pantries and other service providers for those in need.
'Leverage' is back: Beth Riesgraf talks 'Redemption'
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 06:00 pm
Feeling trapped by evil, episodic television? IMDb TV provides "Leverage."
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 25, 2021
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 02:40 pm
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 25, 2021
Amphitheater concerts return to Artpark; Fitz and the Tantrums: 'We are ready to get back and play shows after way too long of a break'
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 02:25 pm
Artpark & Company will continue to spotlight nature, art and community this season, while also welcoming concertgoers back to its famed grassy bowl.
Dispenza family returns to Lewiston Artisan Farmers Market
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 11:35 am
Visitors to the Lewiston Artisan Farmers Market were recently surprised to find two familiar faces: Frank and Rachel Dispenza. The couple, which used to run Dispenza's Meat Market on Ridge Road in Ransomville, was the market's original breakfast sandwich provider.
Village of Lewiston reconsidering Ridge Street traffic path
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 11:35 am
Stuart Sports owner Curt Stuart recently canvassed his Ridge Street neighbors and found more than two-dozen are not in favor of the roadway's one-way traffic pattern. Some, he said, are even scared of motorists heading the wrong way down the street, or hitting a vehicle backing out of one of the parking lots.
Town of Niagara Board honors Barney
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 11:25 am
On Wednesday, the Town of Niagara board held its first session at Town Hall (7105 Lockport Road) since St. Patrick's Day 2020. The facility had been closed during that time due to the pandemic.
NT Common Council passes solar moratorium
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 11:20 am
Following a public hearing last week, the North Tonawanda Common Council unanimously passed a six-month moratorium on applications, approvals and/or construction or installation on solar energy systems/and or solar farms in the city.
'Sometimes miracles happen': YBPA sends thanks for successful return of 'Street Dance'
Fri, Jun 25th 2021 11:05 am
After 15 months of isolation due to the pandemic, miraculously the Youngstown Business & Professional Association was able to hold our 11th annual "Here Comes Summer Street Dance & Car Cruise." It was held on June 17 (having been rescheduled from 2020).
Will Artisan Farmers Market leave Lewiston?
Tue, Jun 22nd 2021 06:25 pm
Tensions were high at Monday's Village Board meeting, as Lewiston Artisan Market organizer Jamie Symmonds and about a half-dozen vendors appeared before trustees petitioning for equitable treatment.
Family Justice Center debuts on Grand Island
Mon, Jun 21st 2021 12:35 pm
Moments before the ribbon was cut to open the Family Justice Center's satellite location on Grand Island on Saturday morning, June 12, Mary Murphy, its president and CEO, had a special announcement to make in front of the house on the Trinity United Methodist Church campus.
Overcoming is name of the game for Miracle League
Mon, Jun 21st 2021 12:35 pm
Vinny Golca, who has been involved with the Miracle League of WNY as a player, coach and now a Buddy since 2014, remembers his biggest thrill as a player seven years ago.
GardenFest in photos: Festivals make triumphant return
Mon, Jun 21st 2021 09:05 am
After a year without festivals, most concerts and large-scale events in general, the Lewiston Garden Club was the brave organization willing to take the first crack at staging a mass gathering in what we all hope is a post-coronavirus world. GardenFest returned to Center Street over the weekend, and drew attendees looking to bolster their gardens, plant flowers and admire the green thumb of residents who volunteered to show off their prized lawn configurations.
NT: Solar moratorium proposed; Bernsohn named community development director
Fri, Jun 18th 2021 01:05 pm
The North Tonawanda Common Council held a public hearing Tuesday for a proposed six-month moratorium on applications, approvals, and/or construction or installation on solar energy systems/and or solar farms in the city.
Play all! Unified basketball rolls at NWHS
Fri, Jun 18th 2021 11:00 am
The game of basketball can bring countless memories to all who have played. Some remember the first time they made their first basket, some remember game-winning shots, and some may just remember being part of a team. For some, though, they haven't been as fortunate to feel the experience of playing in front of fans or being on a team ... until recently.
'All that possibility at Academy Park' with bandshell relocation, renovation
Fri, Jun 18th 2021 10:00 am
Standing in front of the relocated Alphonso DiMino Memorial Bandshell on Wednesday morning, Village of Lewiston Mayor Anne Welch and Deputy Mayor Vic Eydt couldn't help but express their excitement for what Academy Park could be, now that its biggest asset is resituated.
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 18, 2021
Fri, Jun 18th 2021 09:25 am
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 18, 2021
Nik Wallenda walks over D'Youville College campus
Fri, Jun 18th 2021 08:00 am
A couple days past the ninth anniversary of his walk across Niagara Falls, "King of the High Wire" Nik Wallenda took to the Western New York sky once more - this time to highlight a new medical resource for Buffalo residents.
Juneteenth: History of freeing slaves told through GI library exhibit
Tue, Jun 15th 2021 07:00 am
When President Abraham Lincoln officially freed the slaves in 1863 with his Emancipation Proclamation, it changed the legal status of millions of slaves, but it didn't actually set them all free.
GardenFest takes to Center Street this weekend
Mon, Jun 14th 2021 07:00 am
Members of the Lewiston Garden Club recently met with representatives from the Wegmans Military Road Store to thank them for sponsoring the container garden contest at GardenFest 2021, taking place June 19 and 20 on Center Street. Organizers are encouraging both adults and children to enter the contest. Be as creative as you want to be or submit a traditional entry.
'New Music in the Park' debuts at Artpark
Mon, Jun 14th 2021 06:55 am
Lewiston's first outdoor concert of the summer took place Sunday at Artpark, 450 S. Fourth St. Emerald Grove was the site of the debut of Artpark & Company's "New Music in the Park."
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 11, 2021
Sat, Jun 12th 2021 04:00 pm
Full edition: The Tribune-Sentinel for June 11, 2021
Courtroom dedicated to Sybil Kennedy
Sat, Jun 12th 2021 07:00 am
The Town Courtroom has been dedicated to the Hon. Sybil E. Kennedy, who, in turn, has spent 50 years dedicated to serving the people of Grand Island in that same courtroom.
Grand Island School District honors retirees, tenured staff
Sat, Jun 12th 2021 07:00 am
Congratulations were in order for 27 employees invited to a reception preceding Monday's School Board meeting.
DeGlopper Memorial unveiling 'truly awesome'
Sat, Jun 12th 2021 07:00 am
It was an emotionally charged, patriotic, somber and extremely well-orchestrated military tribute to veterans. The unveiling of a life-sized statue of Pfc. Charles N. DeGlopper in his hometown occurred in front of a large crowd with great fanfare on Saturday, June 5.
Pride and patriotism prevail at dedication ceremony
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 05:20 pm
Participants and observers alike expressed a sense of pride, patriotism and unity at the DeGlopper Memorial Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, June. 5.
Castellani Art Museum reopens doors with 5 new exhibitions
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 05:15 pm
The Castellani Art Museum is reopening to the public with five new exhibits and a completely revamped gallery. The museum on the Niagara University campus was closed to visitors more than a year ago due to COVID-19, and NU used the gallery as a distance classroom.
Wheatfield officials celebrate work and service of Richard Muscatello
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 11:00 am
On Monday, the Wheatfield Town Board issued a formal proclamation to Richard Muscatello, a beloved and admired figure, for his many years of work and dedicated service. The board presented him with a plaque, a memorial bench (to be installed at the new Veterans Monument site behind Town Hall) and even a cake.
DEC cites Cascades facility for noxious odors; company working to find long-term solution
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 11:00 am
Recently, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation served Cascades Containerboard Packaging Inc. a notice of violation after receiving numerous complaints from residents in the Town of Niagara, City of Niagara Falls and even as far away as Sanborn throughout the month of May. The agency said the company was in violation of Air Pollution Control Law, Article 19 of the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL).
Youngstown Street Dance is annual community favorite
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 08:40 am
Following on last week's Tribune-Sentinel profile of the new faces and developments along the Main Street strip in the village comes word the 11th annual Youngstown Business and Professional Association's "Beginning of Summer Street Dance and Car Cruise" is back.
Revamped New York store, owner one of a kind
Fri, Jun 11th 2021 08:30 am
Cristina Catalano is a go-getter. Last fall, at the age of 22, she started an online clothing brand - Revamped New York.
 

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