The annual Peach Festival parade marched down Center Street on Saturday and featured about 100 units including 11 marching bands, majorettes, floats, fire companies, football teams, color guards, precision drill teams and cheerleaders. The Lewiston Kiwanis Peach Festival continues from 11 to 10 p.m. Sunday and features the Peach Queen crowning at 8 p.m.
New data from Army Corps contradicts earlier assertions about LOOW site
When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gathered with the Lake Ontario Ordnance Works Community Action Council last month, the message delivered concerning any possible radioactive leakage from the Niagara Falls Storage Site’s interim waste containment structure sounded good for the community.
Lewiston subdivision talk: New plan sought for Riverwalk
A pair of subdivisions garnered attention from the Lewiston Town Board Monday. The attention, though, wasn't exactly what residents of one of them wanted.
- Obesity, aging population among Mount St. Mary's priorities for next few years Mount St. Maryâ€™s Hospital and Health Center has now posted the results of its Community Health Needs Assessment and its plans to address the priorities.
Lew-Port officials discuss Common Core
There’s nothing more contentious in New York State education circles right now than the common core standards and how they’re being implemented.
- Search for Brochey's replacement is on in the Village of Lewiston With just weeks left in 2013, minds in the Village of Lewiston are wondering what exactly will happen when Dennis Brochey takes his new job.
Lewiston officials sign off on CWM fight funds
A pair of action items were handled by the Lewiston Town Board Monday during a special meeting, according to several town officials. And both have an impact on the long-term status of the municipality.
Town of Lewiston Supervisor Steve Reiter has stepped down
Outgoing Supervisor Steve Reiter has been granted a leave of absence through the end of the year.
Lewiston officials hope reserves will stave off townwide tax as budget work continues
The Lewiston Town Board is one step closer to approving its 2014 budget.
- Town to foot $50K bill|Town official says Lewiston will pay full amount of CWM related attorney bill Lewiston Town Board Councilman Alphonso Bax is making sure he's heard in the fight against the proposed expansion of Chemical Waste Management's Lewiston facility.
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.
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