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- Tonawanda Coke issued notices of violation following explosion The state Department of Environmental Conservation has issued two notices of violation to Tonawanda Coke following the fire and explosion that occurred at the River Road plant on Jan. 31.
- Victim's rights pushed for in Tonawanda Coke case At a town assembly Monday night, Assistant U.S. Attorney Aaron Mango encouraged those locals effected by Tonawanda Coke's federal crimes to apply to be classified as victims.
- Mongielo's city trial gets under way David J. Mongielo was looking for trouble when he drove through a Lockport Police checkpoint for a second time on June 27, a retired officer testified Tuesday, the first day of Mongielo's Lockport City Court trial.
- PROTEST: Residents brave cold to decry school board inaction on voting machines. An old fashioned civil rights protest was held in bone-chilling temperatures Friday to draw attention to the school board's inaction of restoring voting booths to more areas of the city.â€©â€©The group, which included several pastors, politicians and residents, had gathered to bring attention to the tabling of an action to increase voting districts in the city at the previous night's school board meeting.â€©
VIDEO: A conversation with Dennis Brochey
Reporter Timothy Chipp talks with Town of Lewiston Supervisor Dennis Brochey about drainage problems at Lewiston Riverwalk and action following alleged gasoline thefts by two town cops.
City parking overhaul put on hold
Mayor Paul Dyster's push to overhaul downtown parking has hit a speed bump.
- State Police arrest three for DWI New York State Police made three DWI arrests this weekend in separate incidents throughout the county.
- Local farmers happy with Farm Bill change Western New York apple growers --a major segment of the state's producers -- quickly welcomed the new Farm Bill provision that should expedite the exports of apples from New York State to Canada.
- Senecas purchase Henrietta property for planned Monroe County casino The Seneca Gaming Corp. has been exploring the possibility of expanding its gaming empire into Monroe County.
- Toronto developer close to buying Summit mall wants to reopen facility Though nothing has been formally finalized, it's looking like the Summit mall has just about been sold.
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