- Lew-Port budget voted down by voters A bid to pass a school budget in excess of the state-imposed tax cap failed to win support from voters in the Lewiston-Porter School District on Tuesday.
- Greenway panel pans Lewiston projects A vote of "not consistent" has little bearing on the future of two Lewiston-based capital projects. Still, those words rang out as the verdict for both the Lewiston Civic Center and the Lewiston-Porter School District's $26 million capital project at the latest Niagara River Greenway Commission meeting Tuesday.
- Lew-Port looks to override tax cap Tuesday's budget vote in Lewiston-Porter will affect more than $66 million in spending over the course of the next few years. Getting approval to actually touch that money is likely to be the toughest challenge the district has ever faced, considering the status of the school's finances.
19-year-old Falls girl killed in Lewiston crash
A 19-year-old Niagara Falls woman was killed in Sunday morning's one-car rollover accident on Walmore Road.
- Lewiston to hold referendum on planned civic center Citing a desire to hear as many voices as possible, the Lewiston Town Board will hold a public referendum July 15 concerning the bonding related to its $8 million civic center.
- Lew-Port board optimistic spending plan that exceeds tax cap will be approved by voters School district elections are Tuesday, which leaves the Lewiston-Porter School Board little time left to reflect on the decisions it's made concerning its $40 million 2013-14 spending plan.
Food truck owner wants to roll into Lewiston
Christian Willmott, owner of The Black Market Food Truck — and a Lewiston native — approached the Lewiston Village Board Monday in hopes of finding a way to bring his brand of convenience to the village in the future.
Fire forces evacuation at elementary school
Shortly after leaving their buses or parents dropped their children off at West Street Elementary Monday, an electrical fire forced an evacuation of the building.
- Betsy Diachun earns big county honor, to be recognized during Albany ceremony Do not wait politely until 9 a.m. to call Betsy Diachun.
Sign of spring: Silo opens in Lewiston
As the calendar changed from April to May, Alan Hastings knew it was time. The Silo restaurant on North Water Street was officially opening for business.
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