DELUCA: Prestis mourn loss of Charlie the Chimp, carry on with animal sanctuary work
Charlie died in his sleep on Monday and the Presti family is heartbroken.
- SLIDESHOW: Geese flock to Hyde Park Lake on Wednesday There was a definite need for some air traffic controllers for the sky above Hyde Park on Wednesday as squadrons of migrating geese swooped down on the park.
- Big Fuss fundraising event to help expand Lockport hog farm It doesn't take much for a small, family-owned farm to find itself in some trouble.
Niagara University to honor Father Levesque Saturday
The fourth-longest tenured president in Niagara University history and the second-largest hospital system in Western New York will be honored during Niagara University's President's Scholarship Dinner, set for Saturday at the Seneca Niagara Casino Hotel and Event Center.
- NU senior to receive second award for sprucing Third Street park Niagara University senior Joseph Hotchkiss will soon receive his second award based on his ongoing efforts to transform Hydraulic Park, located on the corner of Niagara and Third streets in Niagara Falls.
Schumer: Keep Kali the orphaned polar bear cub in Buffalo
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is supporting officials at the Buffalo Zoo who want to keep an orphaned polar bear cub there at least until he turns 2.
- Niagara Electric Lights Parade set for Saturday An estimated 80 units are taking part in Saturday's Niagara Electric Lights Parade taking place at 5:30 p.m. The parade begins at Military Road and Fourth Avenue and finishes at the Kmart store on Military Road.
- Jacobs, Rath, Zucchetti Honored During Niagara University Convocation Niagara University's College of Hospitality and Tourism Management held its 13th annual convocation Oct. 22 in the university's Alumni Chapel.
- Leaf pickups planned in the city Get your leaves ready. That's the message Niagara Falls Department of Public Works Director Dave Kinney has for city residents.
- Lockport ice arena work officially gets under way For the first â€" and probably not the last â€" time, there was cheering at 34 Chestnut St. on Tuesday afternoon. Community members, local officials, area hockey players and supporters gathered as an excavator tore the loading dock of the old building down.
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