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- Falls finest recognized during city hall ceremony What a difference a year can make in the life of a Falls police officer.
- Depetris will get new lawyer in attempted murder case Timothy Depetris will get a new lawyer and then decide if he wants to change his guilty plea to attempted murder and other charges stemming from the shooting of his brother-in-law.
- Falls Planning Board OKs plan to sell of vacant fire hall A vacant North End fire hall is one step closer to being renovated and returned to the tax rolls.
- 'Coffee with a Cop' event being held May 2
- District outlines cuts|Niagara-Wheatfield budget plan cuts six elementary school positions, $88K from athletics Residents finally know what's being cut in the proposed 2014-15 Niagara-Wheatfield School District budget. And after severe cuts to staff and programs the previous two years, there was little left for district administrators to identify as chopping block material.
- Police investigating fire that destroyed City of Tonawanda home City of Tonawanda police officers are investigating a rapidly spreading fire that destroyed a single-family ranch home on Wednesday morning, authorities said.
Police hunting for illegal dumpers in Love Canal area
It as sure a sign of spring in the Cataract City as the return of robins and tourists.
- Schumer confident Buffalo Bills will stay in town U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is confident that the Buffalo Bills will remain in Western New York, the region the team has called home for 54 years.
- State budget includes $9M for projects at Niagara Falls State Park Niagara Falls State Park will receive the largest chunk of revenue dedicated to parks improvements in Western New York under the new state budget.
- Lew-Port board sets 2014-15 proposed budget at $41.2M Lewiston-Porter school board members made it official Tuesday, agreeing a $41.2 million budget proposal for 2014-15 is the best plan for all involved, including residents.
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