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- Cannata out as Riviera director, files lawsuit over severance deal When a new marquee is installed at the Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda in a few weeks it may advertise more than just upcoming shows. It could well say "help wanted."
Falls mother charged with forcing teen daughter to fight, posting video online
A 34-year-old Falls woman was arrested Thursday night after Falls police said she forced her teen daughter to fight another teen and then posted video of the fight on a social media website.
- Falls school board votes down proposed tax levy increase There will be no tax levy increase for city of Niagara Falls residents due to the 2014-15 city school district budget.
Niagara Falls possible home for Bills
Don't rule out Niagara Falls as a potential future home of the Buffalo Bills.
Several officials told The Associated Press that a newly formed Bills stadium task force of public and private leaders seeking to bolster the team's long-term viability is considering sites that would put it closer to the team's burgeoning Ontario fan base.
- Frigid cold ends up taking heavy toll on scenic Goat Island Mother Nature battered the Goat Island landscape, the scenic parcel that divides the American and Canadian falls, but the damage from one of the severest winters on record has yet to be assessed.
- State parks open to Tesla statue move New York state parks officials say they are "open to a conversation" about possibly moving the Nikolai Tesla statue on Goat Island to a location inside city limits.
- 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.
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