TOWN OF NIAGARA — Saturday's Electric Lights Parade dazzled onlookers Saturday night on Military Road.
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Group's suits seek 'personhood' for chimps, including Falls' Kiko
An animal rights group is asking New York courts to recognize scientific evidence of emotional and cognitive abilities in chimpanzees and to grant the animals "legal personhood" so that they are ensured better treatment.
Falls voters overwhelmingly approve measures to sell school properties
The Niagara Falls School District will be shedding some real estate in the coming days.
Supporters accompany pastor charged with sex abuse to court
A small group of Community Fellowship Church members accompanied their pastor into Town of Yates Court on Wednesday night in a show of support.
LOOW contamination findings debated Wednesday
Restoration Advisory Board Technical Chair Ann Roberts is thoroughly convinced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is contradicting itself about uranium contamination at a particularly troubling location in Lewiston.
Lockport athletic director assaulted at high school
Police made two arrests Wednesday night after Patrick Burke, the athletic director for the Lockport CIty School District, was bloodied during a basketball scrimmage.
Elderly woman drives car into apartment building
Falls police say no one was injured when a car crashed in to an apartment on 95th Street Wednesday afternoon.
Hearing for Town of Niagara supervisor Steve Richards is delayed
A hearing in the public corruption case of Town of Niagara Supervisor Steven Richards was postponed Wednesday to allow lawyers in the case to make additional filings with the court.
Sex offender charged with child endangerment in Lockport
A registered sex offender has been arrested after police said he showed indecent material to a child under the age of 16.
Sleeping bag found near human remains in Town of Lockport
A sleeping bag was located near the human remains discovered in a wooded area on Saturday in the Town of Lockport.
- County lawmakers OK sheriff's retirees resolution, want county seal off of SAFE Act documents The Niagara County Legislature continues to oppose New York's controversial SAFE Act, passing a resolution Tuesday to deny Albany the use of the county seal and Sheriff's Office logo on related documents and materials.
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