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Isaiah 61 nets $132K grant from Regional Economic Development Council
The good news keeps rolling in for the Isaiah 61 Project.
- Dyster budget vetoes up for vote Thursday City lawmakers will vote on vetoes to a number of cuts the council made to Mayor Paul Dyster's proposed budget at a special meeting to be held this afternoon.
- Pair of city salaries again in the spotlight Mayor Paul Dyster is pushing for city council to uphold two key vetoes, both of which failed during last year's budget process.
Lewiston police track down suspected burglar
Lewiston police responding to a burglary about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday arrested a woman after following her tracks left in the snow.
- Marchant trial set to start Jan. 6 The trial of Jennifer R. Marchant will begin on Jan. 6, after a final pretrial hearing ensued Wednesday in Niagara County Court.
- Ying charged with strangled employee Just a few weeks after he accused town police of racial profiling, restauranteur Jim Ying was back in town court Wednesday evening to plead not guilty to charges of second-degree strangulation and second-degree assault.
- Falls Firefighter Toy Fund hosts annual holiday dinner It is as much a part of the Falls' Christmas traditions as brightly lit trees and lots of snow.
- After meeting, county lawmaker says Abraham will continue CWM expansion fight For those looking to keep Chemical Waste Management from expanding its operations in the Town of Porter, Tuesday's Niagara County Legislature administrative committee meeting was an important step in the process.
- Niagara Town Board discusses police commissioner post The town board held a public hearing on Tuesday evening to discuss the appointment of the town's police commissioner.
- Local group boosts Griffon Park's greenery Griffon Park's makeover has taken another step forward.
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