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Falls police send Emergency Response Team officers into shooting hot spots Saturday night
It was plainclothes detectives searching for suspects on Friday night and well-armed Emergency Response Team officers patrolling hot spots from late Saturday night until early Sunday morning.
- Cuomo defends handling of corruption panel during Buffalo visit Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday defended his handling of an anti-corruption commission, dismissing reportsU that his administration interfered with its work.
ESPN crew in town to interview former Gazette sports writer Bill Wolcott
Former Niagara Gazette sports writer and editor Bill Wolcott will be featured in an upcoming ESPN television program focusing on the life and times of sports personality Morganna the Kissing Bandit.
Lottery tickets and $10 taken in Lockport bowling alley burglary
Niagara County Sheriff's deputies were called to Allie Brandt Lanes on Lincoln Avenue early Sunday morning after staff discovered the bowling alley had been burglarized.
- IN BUSINESS: ReNU director named to '30 Under 30' list Tom Lowe, director of ReNU Niagara, has been named to the 2014 class of Buffalo Business First's 30 Under 30 honorees. The award recognizes 30 Western New Yorkers in the early stages of their careers who are achieving at high levels at work and in the community.
- Charles Walker hasn't filed campaign finance reports since early 2013 Council Chairman Charles Walker has not filed campaign finance reports since January of 2013.
- Campaign account's gone but Bob Anderson undecided about future term City Councilman Robert Anderson Jr. terminated his campaign finance account with the state's board of elections two years ago, but that doesn't mean he is out of politics after his current term ends.
- Niagara County Board of Health opposes CWM expansion County health officials discussed the proposed Chemical Waste Management expansion and they're opposition to it Thursday during a Niagara County Board of Health meeting.
- Niagara County health care consortium study begins Twenty of the 21 municipalities in Niagara County have signed on to a feasibility study examining how a health care consortium would work countywide.
Man threatening to blow up home led to James Drive closure in Lewiston
A Lewiston man threatening to ignite gasoline with a flare gun if anyone approached his home led police to shut down James Drive and evacuate nearby residents for about three hours Sunday afternoon.
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- Falls police send Emergency Response Team officers into shooting hot spots Saturday night