- Tom Darro, the voice of Niagara Falls, honored at Como on Wednesday Tom Darro's been talking into a microphone about Niagara Falls for a very long time. On Wednesday, the radio talk show host with one of the most loyal followings in the region, was celebrated by his friends, family and listeners for 50 years in the media business. "He's a good guy and it's time somebody recognized him for what he's done on the radio," said Dave Costanzo, owner of Yaseen's Jewelers, who has known Darro for more than 40 years and has joined him on his radio program, "Viewpoint" on WJJL, 1140 AM.
NYPA to bury time capsule at Power Vista
The New York Power Authority will conclude its Niagara Power Vista 50th anniversary celebration with the burial of a time capsule on Saturday.
Niagara Catholic hosting annual Alumni Weekend
Niagara Catholic Jr./Sr. High School will be hosting its annual Alumni Weekend Friday through Monday. The weekend includes a variety of events, many open to the public, as well as alumni.
- Canal Fest is officially open Despite the threat of rain and thunderstorms, residents from both sides of the Erie Canal gathered at noon on Sunday on the Renaissance Bridge to officially kick off the 32nd annual Canal Fest of the Tonawandas.
- Mystery art found in Carnegie Center basement Sue Jenson went down into the basement of the Carnegie Art Center planning to clean up a bit in preparation for upcoming renovations, but instead of a bunch of junk, she discovered dozens of pastel and charcoal portraits.
Blue Mondays concert series returns to Hennepin Park Gazebo
It all begins tonight -- a chance to experience blues at its finest in the intimate, outdoor concert setting of Hennepin Park Gazebo in Lewiston.
- Pendleton Historical Society's log cabin in need of repairs The town board is trying to secure grant funding to make necessary repairs to the log cabin building on Campbell Boulevard where the Pendleton Historical Society meets.
- Seneca Nation commits to native-only landscaping The Seneca Indian Nation is strengthening its roots to the land with a new commitment to use only indigenous plants and trees in public landscaping.
- SLIDESHOW: Old Fort Niagara's 35th annual French and Indian War Encampment Old Fort Niagara is wrapping up its 35th annual French and Indian War Encampment today.
SLIDESHOW: Fireworks light up the sky Friday night
Hundreds of area residents gathered in and around Hyde Park to watch the city's annual Fourth of July fireworks display on Friday night.
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