Niagara Gazette — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources stocked the lake with 1-year-old rainbow and 2-year-old brown trout from the Caledonia Hatchery.
A sweet treat for downtown as gingerbread display opens
The aroma of delicious holiday treats fill the air in the atrium at the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute from the moment the doors opened. Christmas trees and lights illuminate the room to give it that festive glow, and all the way to the back, lies the gingerbread houses.
Last holiday for Mom's as restaurant is set to close doors
Pat Catanese may finally get that Hawaiian honeymoon her husband has been promising her since they were married almost 43 years ago. But, right now, that's the last thing on her mind.
- First-graders getting a little lesson in 'FaceTime' It can be nerve-wracking, to meet new people. And when those new people aren't even in the room -- and you're only 5 or 6 -- it can be even more nerve-wracking.
Power Vista set to energize the holidays
Santa will be stopping by the New York Power Authority on Saturday for its annual Deck the Halls event at the Power Vista where the annual Festival of Trees is running through Jan. 4.
Falls Harley owners deliver TV to Wyndham Lawn
A handful of Harley owners made their way to Lockport Monday with a 42-inch television for the students at Wyndham Lawn.
- McFadyen reprising FDR role on Pearl Harbor Day Local actor Albert McFadyen will reprise his role as Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a special performance at 3 p.m. Saturday at the History Center of Niagara.
Decade of change at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center
A lot has changed at the corner of 10th Street and Walnut Avenue, as well as Schoellkopf Park, in the past 10 years.
- Flames along border to re-live War of 1812 Two historic forts and nearby communities along the Niagara River will be under siege again this month as part of colorful pageantry to commemorate the War of 1812.
- Annual Pendleton train display returns for another Christmas season Firemen climb a ladder to put out a fire by squirting water from a hose, as smoke comes out of the tiny home. Nearby, a helpless 1-inch tall maiden nearly falls to the railroad tracks before a Canadian Mountie steps in to rescue her.
- After 40-year search, 57-year-old man reunites with biological mother on Thanksgiving A mother and a son that were separated at birth were reunited Thursday morning after more than 57 years of separation â€" marking the first holiday the pair has ever spent together.
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