LYNDONVILLE – Just three months after opening its doors, the Lyndonville United Methodist Church’s Hope Resales Thrift Store is thriving beyond their wildest dreams.
ALBANY -- The case of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein is being cited by advocates for molestation survivors in a new awareness campaign for the coming opportunity for abuse survivors to bring civil claims against those who victimized them.
ALBANY — State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced Monday she will leave her job at the end of August for a position with a national firm she said will be identified at a later time.
MaryEllen Elia, the New York State Education Department commissioner, announced her resignation on Monday, which will be effective on Aug. 31.
Camp Happiness is a camp for residents of Niagara County with intellectual and other impairments that was conceived by Lockport Elk member John Ziiezula and funded largely through the efforts of the Lockport Elk Lodge No. 41. If you ask John what makes the camp successful, he will quickly te…
In an attempt to address privacy concerns from the New York State Education Department, the Lockport City School District School Board is considering revising the policy it created to govern the use of its controversial facial and object recognition system.
CAMBRIA — Kin Loch Farmstead opened to almost 200 lavender pickers on opening day on Saturday. The U-pick lavender farm is located on Ridge Road, along the 104 Niagara Wine Trail and is owned by Alexandria and Ryan Plante, former New Yorkers who bought the land in the spring of 2018.
New legislation recently approved by state lawmakers expands New York government's liability for damage sustained by vehicles on state-owned roads.
A Lyndonville man and local pastor will hike through "fire and ice" next month to raise money for the fight against multiple myeloma, a cancer that targets white blood cells.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSScreens in Times Square are black during a widespread power outage, Saturday, in New York. Authorities say a transformer fire caused a power outage in Manhattan and left businesses without electricity, elevators stuck and subway cars stalled.
Since 1895, Pinnacle Community Services, Inc., (formerly Family & Children’s Service of Niagara), a multi-service agency, has provided an array of services for individuals and families in our community. Pinnacle’s services are individualized and “person-centered” because we are aware tha…
VILLAGE OF LEWISTON — Members of the Lewiston VFW Downriver Post 7487 gathered with town, village and state officials to commemorate the ground-breaking of the Veterans’ Memorial Monument in Academy Park of the Village of Lewiston.
ALBANY — In New York state government news, Republicans say Gov. Andrew Cuomo is playing politics with a board creating the rules for a new public campaign finance system.
State Sen. Robert Ortt said Friday a project proposal for a downtown Niagara Falls "beach and surf club," recently made eligible for millions in public funds, should be resubmitted to an oversight body for another look.
A fugitive wanted in Georgia for murder waived extradition proceedings Thursday in Niagara County Court, clearing the way for his prompt return to the Atlanta area to stand trial on charges of murder and aggravated assault.
ALBANY — New York's crops are at risk from a potential invasion of the spotted lanternfly, a winged insect with an appetite for fruits, trees and hops, agricultural experts and state officials warn.
The 16th annual Lockport in Bloom Garden Walk will be held this weekend, with the Twilight Tour being moved to tonight for the first time.
Lockport Police Department policy lets officers decide whether to turn on a body camera during all incidents aside from traffic stops, but requires officers to carry one on patrol "whenever a unit is available."
Niagara University’s “2 Good 2 Toss” community garage sale program raised nearly $1,700 this year for student outreach programs – while also keeping hundreds of reusable items out of landfills.
Police are investigating an accident that they say resulted in the death of a motorcycle driver on Wednesday in the Town of Cambria.
Local officials are beginning to pitch projects to protect lakeshore communities from future flooding, with proposals ranging from raising the Lewiston waterfront to installing signals on now-submerged piers.
The Niagara County Legislature on Wednesday approved a resolution in support of the Lockport Police Department consolidating dispatch services with the Niagara County Sheriff's Office and joining the county's main frequency for dispatch at no cost to the city.
The Lockport Town Board on Wednesday unanimously rejected a proposal to let the City of Lockport annex the Davison Road complex at the behest of the property owner.
Niagara County Court Judge Sara Sheldon said in court Tuesday that investigators seized hair and fiber from a vehicle used by Joseph H. Belstadt, who has been charged in the 1993 murder of Mandy Steingasser, 17, of North Tonawanda.
A proposal for the city to annex portions of the former county infirmary at 360 Davison Road will go before the Lockport Town Board tonight, and Supervisor Mark Crocker expects the board will vote no.
NORTH TONAWANDA — In March, Lou Visone approached the North Tonawanda Common Council to express concern that the industrial aesthetic along River Road was discouraging prospective tenants from renting apartments at his development firm's new complex.
ALBANY — After declaring that "I am the left" Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo was chided by a progressive group for "throwing cold water" on a controversial new law that allows undocumented immigrants to qualify for state driver's licenses.
The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Tuesday morning accident involving a box truck that crashed into a storage barn at Upper Mountain and Cambria roads.
The Niagara County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Tuesday morning accident involving a box truck crashing into a storage barn at Upper Mountain and Cambria roads.
ALBANY — The heads of three congressional committees can now seek to acquire President Donald Trump's New York tax filings under a measure approved by Gov. Andrew Cuomo Monday.
General Physician, PC has acquired Eastern Niagara Obstetrics and Gynecology, though the medical groups says the practice will retain its three doctors and that patient care will continue without interruption.
Regulators plan to continue releasing water from Lake Ontario at a tied-for-record-high rate until the lake levels drops by more than a foot.
Crossborder Tourism & Recreation Alliance will host its inaugural Kids Color Fun Run fundraiser on Saturday at Windsor Village, 43 Stevens St., Lockport.
Long-time Newfane Central School District employee Thomas Adams, currently the middle school principal, will be leaving the district to become the Hamburg Middle School principal, Newfane Superintendent Michael Baumann announced on Monday.
This Week's Circulars
Richard F. Nicholas passed away July 10, 2019 in Lockport Rehab & Health Care Center. Born August 6, 1938 in Lockport, he was the son of Francis and Marie (Kirsch) Nicholas. Richard earned his Bachelor's degree from University of Buffalo and served in the Army National Guard for six year…
- Lockport man killed in motorcycle accident in Cambria
- LPD investigating South Street shooting
- 'A Quiet Place 2' filming in Olcott on Wednesday
- One person injured in early morning shooting in Lockport
- New food festival is on the menu for Lockport
- General Physician acquires Eastern Niagara OBGYN
- Town expected to reject Davison Road annexation
- Keybank official says mold issue being addressed in Newfane location
- Police reports for July 9
- County lawmakers support dispatch consolidation