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- Niagara Falls veteran receives full honors at Arlington National Cemetery In life, Eugene Corsaro hoped to one day be buried at the Arlington National Cemetery, in death, the marine and army reserve veteran of the Korean War got exactly what he wanted.
- Voutour elected to post on state Sheriffs' Association Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour was elected Second Vice President of the New York State Sheriffs' Association last week at the organization's 80th annual Winter Training Conference at the Desmond in Albany.
POVERTY IN NIAGARA: Map shows poverty rates in the Falls
A map of Niagara Falls showing rates of poverty as part of the Community Report prepared by the John R. Oishei Foundation and the University at Buffalo’s Regional Institute.
- POVERTY IN NIAGARA: 'Culture of poverty' impacting significant number of residents in the Falls In her role as director of the Heart, Love and Soul food pantry in Niagara Falls, Sister Beth Brosmer gets an up-close and personal look at residents who are living in poverty in the Cataract City on a daily basis.
- Area leaders to to meet at NU to discuss issues facing the poor Community leaders will gather next week to discuss the issue of poverty in Niagara Falls and Niagara County.
- Vote on first step of overhauling Falls' parking system set for Monday Mayor Paul Dyster is again trying to move forward a plan to overhaul the city's downtown parking system in an effort to increase revenue for the city.
- City man arrested on rape charge
- State comptroller's office back in Lewiston Town Hall Auditors from the state comptroller's office are visiting Lewiston Town Hall this winter as part of its normal fiscal watchdog efforts.
- Bait-and-shoot back in North Tonawanda to control surging deer population North Tonawanda will bring back a bait-and-shoot program it used for four years beginning in 2004 that common council members say was necessary to tackle a resurgent deer population.
- Two charged in raid
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