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Second arrest made Monday in Cambria meth lab case
A Cambria man was arrested Monday in connection with a meth lab found in a Saunders Settlement Road home on Friday.
Porter man reports $8,000 stolen from vehicle
A Dickersonville Road man reported the theft of $8,000 from a vehicle on his property overnight Sunday.
- Scientists test ideas in Great Lakes bird botulism outbreaks For more than a decade, people walking along Great Lakes beaches have come upon a heartrending sight: dozens, or even hundreds, of dead loons, gulls and other waterfowl -- victims of food poisoning that paralyzed their muscles and eventually caused them to drown.
- Cambria's Amer Jowdy lobbying for change in local courts What happens to a teen if they're charged with underage drinking or caught with marijuana and fail to show up for their appearance in town court?
Presti's Wilson sanctuary plans moving forward
Carmen Presti has the go-ahead to build a primate sanctuary in the town but he says he still needs help -- pro bono work by contractors.
CWM expansion fight lawyer set to appear before county legislature
An environmental attorney that has been working to fight the expansion of Chemical Waste Management's bid to expand its landfill will appear in front of the Niagara County Legislature's Administration Committee Tuesday evening.
- NT wants to take stock of its trees North Tonawanda is pursuing funding for a study on its tree inventory, currently estimated to be between 14,000 and 17,000, despite the fact a tabulation has never been officially conducted.
Latest Mongielo court motion is denied in Lockport
David J. Mongielo will return later this month to Lockport City Court after denial of his motion Wednesday to dismiss charges from his traffic checkpoint arrest, then face sentencing in January for his violation of the Town of Lockport's sign ordinance.
- Lewiston buys water meters in bulk Lewiston Town Board members approved a water department purchase just before the start of December at its last meeting Nov. 25.
Local college students to receive refund over health insurance
A $3.65 million settlement has been reached between New York state and the Markel Insurance Company for overcharging roughly 22,000 college students for health insurance, including several who attend Western New York institutions.
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