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- Fire officials investigating Sunday morning fire on same NT street as recent rash of arsons North Tonawanda firefighters were called to the scene of yet another fire on a street that is becoming infamous for fires and arson.
- County agency now focusing on year-round hiring While its Summer Youth Employment Program is in full swing -- hiring stopped months ago -- the Niagara County Employment & Training service continues to focus on year-round recruiting.
- One Niagara taxing city's patience In February, members of the Niagara Falls City Council approved a $1.5 million tax payment settlement with the owners of the One Niagara building downtown.
- Falls City Council set to vote on new refuse and recycling law on Monday The Niagara Falls City Council is set to vote on a new refuse and recycling ordinance.
- One Region Forward hosting pair of events One Region Forward, a regional sustainability planning initiative, will be holding two Community Congress Open Houses this week.
- New report touts economic impact of Erie Canalway Trail The Erie Canalway Trail generates an economic impact of about $253 million and supports 3,440 jobs, according to a recent study released this week.
Man put into induced coma after he's found beaten at bar
A 47-year-old Wheatfield man found beaten outside of a Niagara Falls Boulevard bar early Saturday morning was placed in a medically induced coma due to the severity of his injuries.
- Falls police officials say Friday's street blitz made its point Falls cops said they wanted to send a message. "If you see it, stop," Narcotics Capt. Dave Legault told a squad of local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers as they hit the streets Friday night in a wave of saturation-style patrols.
- Lewiston officials questioning town's stewardship of Joseph Davis State Park There are mounting concerns within Lewiston over the fiscal risks of continuing its stewardship of Joseph Davis State Park.
- Dyster, other leaders seek to end veteran homelessness by end of 2015 Mayor Paul Dyster has vowed to end veteran homelessness in Niagara Falls by the end of 2015.
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