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- Walnut, Ferry avenues repaving work set to begin today Walnut and Ferry avenues will be getting a facelift this year courtesy of the New York State Department of Transportation.
- Wurlitzer owners looking for tax break as part of expansion plan The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency's Board of Directors have accepted an application for assistance filed by the owners of the Wurlitzer Industrial Park who are planning to undertake a $1.24 million renovation at the site.
- County lawmakers opposes state medical services bill The Niagara County Legislature is against a state bill that would allow municipal fire departments or volunteer fire companies to charge fees for emergency medical services.
Falls police say they are looking for suspects in serious graffiti incident
Falls police are investigating a possible hate crime that may be tied to skateboarders.
- Lew-Port school board weighing 3.95 percent tax levy increase With less than a month to finalize its spending plan proposal for 2014-15, Lewiston-Porter School Board members are close to making a decision. About $12,000 close.
- Deputies set to get overdose training The Niagara County Sheriff's Office says it is on board, while Falls cops aren't sure yet whether they will participate in New York's new Community Overdose Prevention (COP) program.
- Credit card investigation wrapped up in Lockport The Youth and Recreation director was given the OK to use a city credit card to pay expenses for a golf tournament fundraiser, but certain specific expenses were not authorized, said the lawyer hired to investigate the matter.
- Catholic Charities' drive at 73.5 percent of goal The 90th annual Catholic Charities Appeal has reached $7.9 million to date -- including $720,000 from Niagara County parishes -- it was announced Tuesday.This year's goal is set at $10.8 million.
- TUESDAY TALKS: Construction update of Falls high school's field house (Video)
Woman arrested in 90th Street drug raid 'no stranger' to police
A joint investigation by investigators from the Niagara County Drug Task Force and Falls Police narcotics detectives has led to the arrest of a woman described as "no stranger" to law enforcement.
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