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- NYPA-backed consultant to determine cost of moving Old Stone Chimney The New York Power Authority is moving forward with plans to move a Portage era relic when it begins work on a major project in Niagara Falls.
- NCCC officials partnering with IDA for 'Start Up NY' Niagara County Community College officials are hoping to become the latest in a growing list of schools in the region to be part of a state tax abatement program.
- NYPA cites role in Yahoo expansion in its annual report New York Power Authority allocations to companies within 30 miles of the Robert Moses Plant in Lewiston helped secure some 1,100 jobs and $500 million in capital investments during the past year.
- Sneed announces bid for Niagara-Wheatfield board Citing some of the decisions made recently by both former Niagara-Wheatfield school boards and many politicians in Albany, Town of Niagara resident Darren M. Sneed said he's looking to be the needed change.
- Sheriff's Office prepares for the worst with active shooter drill
- Passenger suing driver charged with DWI, pub who served him An Elba man who was a passenger injured in a February car accident has filed a lawsuit against the driver, who was charged with DWI by police.
- Tonawanda Coke appeals conviction and sentence
- Judge upholds New York's tougher gun law A trial-level judge has dismissed a challenge to New York's new gun law, rejecting legal claims that the law was pushed through the legislature improperly and that its restrictions violate the Second Amendment.
- Niagara River cleanup planned
ARTPARK: Police support for concerts debated.
TOWN OF LEWISTON - Supervisor Dennis Brochey said he's been trying to get Artpark & Co.'s board of directors to finance overtime costs town police officers earn through the summer chaos of Tuesday and Wednesday night concerts.
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