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Niagara County Correction Officer Arrested


LOCKPORT, N.Y. - The Niagara County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday the arrest of Correction Officer John Dale of Niagara Falls.

The 33-year-old Dale is accused of accepting cash to take contraband for an inmate into the Niagara County Jail.

Dale faces charges of Bribe Receiving, Promoting Prison Contraband, and Official Misconduct. He was arraigned in Lockport and bail was set at $2,500. Dale has also been suspended from the department without pay pending an internal investigation and hearing.

The Sheriff's Office says the investigation began following a tip to their office.


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Ray Bentley Releases Football Novel, Plans Four WNY Book-signing Events

Ray Bentley Releases Football Novel, Plans Four WNY Book-signing Events

 

Ray Bentley, the former Buffalo Bills linebacker (1986 to ’91) and preseason TV play-by-play announcer now in his 13th season with ESPN as a college football game analyst, is releasing the hardcover edition of his debut fiction novel, “Driftwood,” in late August. Bentley has scheduled several appearances in Western New York Aug. 27-29 to sign copies of his book and meet with fans.

NOCO supports Mercy Flight of WNY 2015 Lakefest fundraiser

NOCO supports Mercy Flight of WNY 2015 Lakefest fundraiser
NOCO announced its $6,000 contribution to the LakeFest 2015, an annual fundraiser benefitting Mercy Flight of Western New York and several other related causes throughout region. This year’s event was held Sunday, July 19, 2015, at Bedrock Landing in Wilson, NY.

 

“NOCO has been a generous supporter of LAKEFEST and Mercy Flight over the past several years,” said Samantha Ryan, development manager, Mercy Flight. “These donations ensure that Mercy Flight WNY remains a beacon of hope for our community for years to come. As a nonprofit provider of air- medical transport we rely on the support of the community and corporate sponsors such as NOCO.”

 

When a Homeowner Dies, Survivors Can be Left With a Huge Burden

When a Homeowner Dies, Survivors Can be Left With a Huge Burden

 

Dealing with the death of a parent, close friend or family member — and having to make funeral arrangements at the same time — can be both emotionally and physically draining. Now imagine also being asked to help settle the affairs of the deceased, especially when a house is involved!

Unfortunately, this highly stressful scenario is not uncommon, and it will likely happen to every one of us at some point during our lives. Not only are you faced with selling a house, but the entire contents of the house as well.

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Ten Niagara University Students To Present At International Chemistry Conference

Ten Niagara University Students To Present At International Chemistry Conference

When the 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition gets underway in Boston next week, participation by Niagara University students in the international conference will reach its highest level ever.

Boy donates first haircut to Locks of Love


NIAGARA FALLS, NY - Seven-year-old Timothy Gray cut off his hair Sunday -- more than 13 inches of it -- to donate to kids with cancer through the Locks of Love program.

Timothy says he has been growing his hair for more than a year. His mother, Rosemary Gray, says he came up with the idea himself when he saw a commercial about children living with cancer nearly two years ago.

"For he did it on his own. Nobody pushed him to do it or anything like that. And when people were picking on him, it didn't bother him. He was like, Mom, I have a goal in mind and my goal is I'm going to donate my hair to kids."

Timothy got his hair cut just in time for school. He starts second grade at Niagara Charter on Monday.

Final Day of Lewiston Art Festival


LEWISTON, NY - The spotlight was on Lewiston this weekend as the 48th annual Lewiston Art Festival took over this picturesque Niagara County hamlet.

Hundreds of people attended the final day of the festival Sunday afternoon when our cameras were there. More than 175 artists from 13 states showcased their work over the course of the weekend.

Street performers and music were also featured at the event.