- 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.
Weather causing havoc for drainage fixes in Lewiston
Lewiston town engineer Robert Lannon said the cold and snow is keeping the town from moving forward with a plan to fix one of its most long-standing issues.
- 'Confucius Classroom' opened at Lew-Port High A party in Lewiston-Porter must always include a dragon. So says Confucius.
- It's lights out at The Pub today Last one out of the Lewiston Village Pub tonight, please be sure to turn off the lights. And lock the doors.
- Lewiston Village Pub owners announce pending sale Last month, Ed Webster and Ken Scibetta celebrated a sixth year owning the Lewiston Village Pub. Sunday they'll step away from the restaurant they turned into one of the more successful businesses in the village.
Food trucks put on ice in the Village of Lewiston
Culinary magic or not, The Great Foodini couldn't escape this ruling.
The Lewiston Village Board turned down a request by Michael Attardo, a Ransomville businessman looking to roll on to Center Street with his four-wheeled food truck playing on the stage name of Harry Houdini, with little fanfare.
- Supervisor says Mike Johnson will not be hired as internal claims auditor Lewiston Finance director Mike Johnson's tenure in Lewiston town government is coming to an end, at least according to Supervisor Dennis Brochey.
Brochey: Johnson stepping away from Lewiston town job
Mike Johnson's tenure in Lewiston town government is coming to an end, at least according to Supervisor Dennis Brochey.
- Lewiston board's hiring for newly created position raises questions Following an appointment made by Lewiston Supervisor Dennis Brochey to fill the town's budget officer position at the town's Jan. 2 reorganization meeting, the five-member town board went off-script. It's left a bad taste in the mouths of some of the town's Democrats.
- Lew-Port in need of host families for Chinese students Special visitors are headed to Lewiston-Porter, but officials fear there's no place to put them.
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