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Niagara-Wheatfield deals with tragic Sunday car crash
Classes at Niagara-Wheatfield resumed as normal Monday, one day after a one-car accident on Walmore Road claimed the life of one 12th grade student and injured two others.
New SPCA of Niagara report from Barbara Carr due Wednesday
The SPCA of Niagara will receive a newly completed evaluation of its operations on Wednesday.
Niagara Falls' 2013 paving schedule
Mayor Paul Dyster on Monday announced the start of the 2013 in-house paving season. His administration plans to rehabilitate sections of 24 streets this year, including:
Niagara Falls officials announce paving schedule
Mayor Paul Dyster vowed Monday to continue his administration's work to erase the city's image as the "pothole capital of the world" despite dealing with a cash crunch brought on by a lack of incoming casino revenue.
Lockport police investigating shooting
Lockport police are investigating a shooting involving a 31-year-old man on South Transit Street early Monday morning. Despite being shot multiple times, the man is expected to survive.
Gutter thefts plague Falls residents
Niagara Falls Police dealt with several reports of stolen gutters this weekend in the North End.
Kenmore bar owner found slain in his home
Authorities say the death of a bar owner whose body was found inside his home is being investigated as a homicide.
AROUND THE REGION: Longaberger Co. to make pottery in Buffalo
The Ohio-based Longaberger basket company is going to resume making its pottery in the United States.
- Long-awaited Pine Avenue signal expected to begin operation soon A much-debated and long-awaited traffic signal in front of the Como Restaurant on Pine Avenue may finally be fully operational in a matter of weeks.
- Fire inspector job debated in the Town of Niagara Town board members are considering hiring a part-time fire inspector under a plan some of them say is needed to keep up on inspections.
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