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- SLIDESHOW: Work on newest Falls hotel continues Work at the Wingate by Wyndham Hotel located at 333 Rainbow Blvd. continued Thursday. The project is expected to be completed late spring of next year.
Airman's death could bring more serious charge for Buffalo bar manager
A bar manager could face more serious charges following the death this week of a patron he is accused of pushing down a flight of stairs more than two months ago, a prosecutor said Friday.
- Man charged in theft of $500 from Porter pizzeria A Wilson man who was working at a Porter pizzeria was charged after he was caught by surveillance cameras taking money from the business' cash register.
- Falls inmates caught with drugs in Niagara County Jail Two prisoners at the Niagara County Jail were caught making an apparent drug transaction on Thursday afternoon.
- Effort to impeach President Obama stops by Lewiston for a day Two members of the LaRouche Political Action Committee set-up shop in front of Lewiston's 8th Street post office Thursday morning to distribute literature, speak to citizens, and solicit donations in service of their cause: impeaching President Obama.
- Tonawanda Coke fined$161K for safety violations found after January explosion After being sentenced to pay millions of dollars for disregarding federal environmental laws, Tonawanda Coke has been ordered to pay another fine â€" this time, for safety violations that occurred during an explosion in January.
- Falls conference to host 300 teachers Upward of 300 educators are expected to attend the six-day Association of Teachers Educators conference in Niagara Falls.
- NYPA grants allow for fiber-optic study at air base A local group of public and private partners will use proceeds from the New York State Power Authority to study the existing fiber-optic infrastructure network that feeds into the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, the Niagara Falls Airport and other surrounding properties.
- Oil spill forces home evacuation in Lockport Occupants of a house on the 4300 block of Purdy Road had to vacate the premises Wednesday after an oil leak was discovered in the basement.
Tonawanda Coke hit with $161K in fines for January explosion
Two companies associated with Tonawanda Coke are facing a total of $161,000 in fines from a federal regulatory agency for violations tied to a Jan. 31 explosion at the River Road facility.
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