Philip Campana deals with the aftermath of his friend Laurie Sawicki's car after she got stuck in the high storm waters on College Avenue in the Falls.
Lewiston officials rethinking Quasar permits
In a busy night for the Lewiston Town Board, Supervisor Dennis Brochey revealed he made a phone call Monday to Quasar Energy Group representatives to shut down possible bio-waste depositories along Saunders Settlement Road near Sanborn.
- New 'Tuscarora Heroes' edition available A newly revised sixth edition of the "Tuscarora Heroes" book is published and available for sale around the region.
- Lewiston Village Board asked to override video gaming fee The owners of the Lewiston Recreation Center, formerly Frontier Lanes, want village trustees to reconsider a costly license.
- State agency awaiting audits from Joseph Davis State Park group The New York State Authorities Budget Office is still waiting for annual audits and budget reports from a local development corporation created to oversee operations at Joseph Davis State Park.
- State comptroller's office back in Lewiston Town Hall Auditors from the state comptroller's office are visiting Lewiston Town Hall this winter as part of its normal fiscal watchdog efforts.
- Lew-Port Superintendent Christopher Roser says next year will be his last For Lewiston-Porter Superintendent Christopher Roser, 40 years is enough.
Lewiston Pubfest organizers eye Artpark for this year's event
Pubfest is going to need a brand new venue to handle the size organizer Ken Scibetta thinks he needs to handle his crowd. Lucky for him, the amphitheater at Artpark is available the weekend he wanted.
Lewiston Town Board begins search for Palmer's replacement
With former councilman Ernie Palmer stepping down last week from the Lewiston Town Board, the responsibility for finding his replacement falls on the group he leaves behind.
- Lewiston town officials have an eye on gas pumps Lewiston officials are working on a way to make sure security at town gas pumps is capable of keeping potential theft to an absolute minimum. Some said it's going to take a monitoring system to keep employees honest.
Niagara Powerlifting Club and Dennis Brochey back with bench press benefit on Saturday
Dennis Brochey wears many hats. He's a father and a husband. He's the new supervisor of Lewiston. He was an automotive business owner. But his favorite of all may be philanthropist.
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