Niagara Gazette — Whether it was at “Santa’s workshop” at the Culinary Center of Niagara Falls downtown, or at the bustling mall or even lending a hand to a new acquaintance, Christmas spirit was in full force around town.
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- Snow set to March back in As he prepared for yet another blast of winter weather, Niagara Falls Public Works Director Dave Kinney was breathing a little easier on Tuesday.
- Falls police superintendent ready for DrugStat in fight against new heroin epidemic Falls Police Superintendent Bryan DalPorto often says, "numbers don't lie" when you're looking to address crime.
- Lew-Port may look to BOCES to help cut budget costs In the everlasting journey to cut costs, there may be a service Lewiston-Porter administrators found to reduce significant expenses in its technology department.
- Quasar put on notice by Lewiston Town Board In a busy night for the town board, Supervisor Dennis Brochey revealed he made a phone call Monday to Quasar Energy Group representatives to shut down possible bio-waste depositories along Saunders Settlement Road near Sanborn.
- Polka's Board of Regents bid is denied Former Lewiston-Porter School District Superintendent Dr. Walter Polka isn't heading to the New York State Board of Regents, much to the chagrin of two state lawmakers representing Niagara County who supported his candidacy.
VIDEO: Kalfas Magnet School Construction Update
Niagara Falls School District Deputy Superintendent Mark Laurrie, LPCiminelli Project Manager Tony Miceli and LPCiminelli Construction Superintendent Shaun Beckwith discuss the progress at Henry J. Kalfas Elementary on Beech Avenue.
Lewiston officials rethinking Quasar permits
In a busy night for the Lewiston Town Board, Supervisor Dennis Brochey revealed he made a phone call Monday to Quasar Energy Group representatives to shut down possible bio-waste depositories along Saunders Settlement Road near Sanborn.
Town's missing $92K may have been found
While the $92,000 of town money that was stolen as part of two illicit wire transfers last month is still missing, there is a chance it will find its way back to the town.
Higgins facing a primary as another candidate announces
A Buffalo businessman says he'll challenge Congressman Brian Higgins in the Democratic primary.
Cousin awarded $1M Wroblewski estate
Theodore “Teddy” Wroblewski's million-dollar estate has been awarded to his first cousin by a Niagara County court.
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