Niagara Gazette--Local News


VILLAGE OF LEWISTON: Discussion centers on free tourist shuttle Google 翻訳
Plans to link the Niagara region by way of a free shuttle bus were discussed at Monday’s Village of Lewiston board meeting.

BLOTTER: Police reports published March 16 Google 翻訳
After nearly a year and a half, City of Tonawanda police have found the man they believe stole two stone markers from the Historical Society of the Tonawandas just one day before a Veterans Day celebration.

NIAGARA COUNTY: Andrews appointed treasurer Google 翻訳
Wilson-area county Legislator Kyle R. Andrews was appointed Niagara County treasurer by Gov. David Paterson on Monday.

LEW-PORT: ‘Cost control’ vote on the agenda
The Lewiston-Porter school board is expected to vote tonight on a contended “cost control” referendum, continue budget discussions and decide on a representative for the BOCES board.

COURTS: Charge against L-P teacher adjourned Google 翻訳
A domestic violence case against Lewiston-Porter School District teacher Joseph Lauzonis ended in a plea deal Monday, when New York State Supreme Court Justice Frank Caruso sentenced him to an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in the case.

GRAND ISLAND: Bridge work to close south span nightly Google 翻訳
If your evening drive takes you northbound over the South Grand Island Bridge, you can expect a new route and delays.

FIRE CALLS: Niagara Falls Fire Department calls for the week of March 13 Google 翻訳
For the period of March 5 to 11, the Niagara Falls Fire Department responded to 117 calls.

NIAGARA FALLS: City agency chasing bad debt Google 翻訳
One of the city’s economic development groups will explore legal options for compelling the former owner of a Main Street restaurant to make good on an outstanding loan. Attorneys representing the city and its lending arm, the NFC Development Corp., agreed on Monday to make another attempt to secure payment from Christina Buzzelli, the former owner of Mary O’s restaurant, formerly located at 829 Main St.

GRAND ISLAND BRIDGES: Expect driving delays Google 翻訳

CITY BEAT: Quick thinker saves a life Google 翻訳
The old saying goes: Where's a cop when you need one? Well, Angela Richmond isn’t a cop, but she is an emergency dispatcher with the Niagara Falls Police Department.

MILITARY SERVICE: ‘Hometown Heroes’ honored
More than 550 members of the New York Air National Guard received recognition for their service in a combat zone Sunday during the 107th Airlift Wing Hometown Heroes Salute ceremony for all units on the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES: Appeal gains steam Google 翻訳
Confident that its $10.5 million goal is realistic — despite the generally hard-pressed economy — the annual Catholic Charities Appeal moves into high gear this month with many parishes expected to report their returns between March 21 and March 28.

BLOTTER: Police reports published March 15 Google 翻訳
Niagara Falls police reports

NORMA HIGGS: Back to the corner of Main and Pine Google 翻訳

DUVALL: News to relaunch its Web site this week Google 翻訳
Times are changing, and so are we.With that in mind, I’m pleased to announce that, this paper’s Web site, will undergo a major overhaul. On Tuesday, our entirely new site will “go live” (just a fancy way of saying publish).

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