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Cousin awarded $1M Wroblewski estate
Theodore “Teddy” Wroblewski's million-dollar estate has been awarded to his first cousin by a Niagara County court.
- St. Vincent dePaul Discount Store finds new home on Pine Avenue For decades the St. Vincent de Paul Society in the Niagara Falls area has attempted to provide a place where the needy could buy clothes (slightly used) and a wide range of items for the home.
- Sheriff's Office and county refuse district cited for drug drop-box initiative The Niagara County Sheriff's Office and Niagara County Refuse Disposal District are being honored for their role in the destruction of one million pounds of unwanted prescription medication.
- Davison Road property declared surplus by county legislature The Niagara County Legislature voted late Tuesday to declare roughly 67 acres of county-owned land on Davison Road as surplus property, which could start the process of selling it.
Falls man fleeing from police dies after crash
A Falls man died of injuries suffered in a car crash following a high-speed chase early Sunday morning on Niagara Falls Boulevard.
- POVERTY IN NIAGARA: Benefits boom -- Caseloads, costs rise following 2008 economic downturn The Niagara County Department of Social Services is a busy place these days.
- Tax increase, staffing/program cuts again on table for Niagara-Wheatfield It's become a familiar tale in Niagara-Wheatfield, where next year's estimated expenses grossly overbear the anticipated revenues despite the possibility of a substantial increase to the district's property tax levy.
NU forum focuses on local poverty issues
Service providers, academics and politicians gathered in Dunleavy Hall on Niagara University’s Lewiston campus to discuss an issue that affects many people in Niagara County: poverty.
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