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- Retzlaff takes in final Wheatfield Town Board meeting After spending 32 years serving as a councilmember for the Town of Wheatfield, Monday evening marked Kenneth Retzlaff's last meeting as a board member before retirement.
Ransomville woman charged with DWI had BAC more than three times the legal limit
A woman charged with DWI on Friday morning was driving with a BAC more than three times the legal limit, according to Niagara County Sheriff's deputies.
Statewide tax break for renters pushed
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is supporting the minority position of his own tax commission when it comes to providing a property tax credit to renters across the state, with most of the break going to New York City tenants.
Cuomo: Still no date to decide fracking for gas
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday said he would decide whether New York should allow hydraulic fracturing for natural gas by Election Day next year — maybe.
- Ying attorney asks for charges to be dismissed An attempt to have Jim Ying's strangulation charge thrown out failed during a court appearance on Monday.
- Owens focusing on future in Falls despite salary issue City Administrator Donna Owens is sticking with Mayor Paul Dyster despite his failure to restore her salary in the 2014 budget.
- Ceretto has a plan for tax relief Assemblyman John Ceretto, R,C,I-Lewiston, said on Thursday he has rolled out a plan to deliver what he called "significant tax relief" to Western New Yorkers during the upcoming legislative session.
- Medicare fix for ambulance providers sought A five-year fix to Medicare payments for ambulance services was brought to the Senate Finance Committee Thursday, Sen. Charles E. Schumer said last week during a conference call with reporters.
- Oddfellow facility launches hospice unit
- Project seeks to get rural residents online Niagara County Legislator David Godfrey says having high-speed internet service is important -- just as important as having electricity.
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