NIAGARA FALLS — There’s a renewed spirit at Niagara Falls International Airport.
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Called 'Next Stephen Hawking,' teen is perfect on math exam
There's a wall on the third floor of Lewiston-Porter High School dedicated to celebrating perfect scores on state mathematics exams. A new name joined the growing list Tuesday, which brought a smile to the face of everyone involved. Matthew Minderler, a 15-year-old freshman at the school, scored his 100 on the Integrated Algebra exam a few days ago.
AROUND THE REGION: Cops trying to ID man found in Buffalo-area creek
Authorities are trying to identify a man who has been hospitalized after being found floating in a creek in Amherst.
Dyster to outline plans for incoming casino cash
There are still many questions surrounding the negotiated settlement between New York state and the Seneca Nation of Indians and Mayor Paul Dyster hopes to provide some answers.
Cuomo, legislative leaders talk casinos, jobs
New York residents could see huge resort casinos upstate and an influx of new employers lured by the promise of tax-free operations for a decade under several deals in the works in Albany.
Village of Lewiston subdivision residents unhappy with road decision
Residents of Primrose Lane in the Village of Lewiston were more than a little disappointed Monday evening.
Lawmakers praise bill to help power authority better monitor funds
State lawmakers have approved a bill that would allow the New York Power Authority to audit local governments, state agencies and other Western New York entities that receive authority funding."
NT man charged with assault after stabbing
A 25-year-old North Tonawanda man was arrested early Sunday after stabbing a victim in the back, police said.
Coast Guard warns of debris in Lake Ontario
The U.S. Coast Guard is warning boaters on Lake Erie and Lake Ontario to be on the lookout for large logs and other debris washed into the waterways by recent heavy rains.
Lew-Port, Niagara-Wheatfield put up second school budgets for vote Tuesday
Tuesday is decision day in two local school districts, as voting will determine the fates of operating budgets in Lewiston-Porter and Niagara-Wheatfield.
- County lawmakers battle over NTCC funding While the Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp. received a dose of good news Thursday with word that the casino cash standoff had been settled and that funding source was restored, the agency is still fighting for every penny it can get from local municipalities.
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