SLIDESHOW: NCCC Veterans Day Ceremony
Niagara County Community College honored those who serve their country during a Veterans Day Ceremony at the college on Friday. (James Neiss/Niagara Gazette)
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One injured in Niagara Avenue shooting incident Tuesday night
A 19-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to his thigh after a shooting incident in the 1800 block of Niagara Avenue Tuesday night.
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Detectives are investigating additional allegations of sexual misconduct against Falls principal
The investigation into possible sexual misconduct by a Niagara Falls school principal has expanded.Police sources confirm to the Gazette that two more women have come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Patrick Kuciewski, the principal at 79th Street School.
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- County gives NTCC a 1-year deal The Republican-led legislative supermajority pushed through a one-year extension of Niagara County's funding contract with Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation on Tuesday.
Cuomo, Albany leaders reach deal on casinos, Tax-Free NY plan
Four upstate casinos and separate bills on a women's rights package including an abortion proposal that appeared to have been blocked in the Senate were part of a late-session deal, according to a senior official in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration.
UPDATE: Motorcyclist killed in Cambria crash identified
A 20-year-old motorcyclist was killed Tuesday night after colliding with a minivan in the Town of Cambria.
Dyster details casino cash plan
Mayor Paul Dyster drew a rough sketch of plans for the $89 million in withheld casino revenues that will soon hit city accounts during a press conference Tuesday at City Hall. Dyster said the delivery of the funds will alleviate some of the financial stress caused by a looming cash crunch that would have come to a head this fall had the casino cash dispute not ended last week. He also stressed that city officials will need to continue to work together to deal with ongoing structural deficits in the budget in the weeks and months ahead.
State comptroller's analysis shows Falls ranks high among challenged communities
The New York State Comptroller’s Office has once again delivered bad news to the city of Niagara Falls.The city was ranked in the top category - “significant stress” - by Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s office in the first round of municipalities analyzed as part of the state’s new Fiscal Stress Monitoring program.
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