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NCCC's Video Festival Returns for 2015!

NCCC's Video Festival Returns for 2015!

NOW ACCEPTING VIDEO SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2015 NCCC VIDEO FESTIVAL

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Rainforest Cafe, Tony Roma's coming to Niagara Falls


NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.- Two international chain restaurants are coming to the American side of Niagara Falls.

The Rainforest Cafe, which is known for its rainforest themed atmosphere, will occupy a vacant space inside the Sheraton Hotel on Old Falls Street.

And Tony Roma's, which is known for its ribs, will open near the Holiday Inn on Rainbow Boulevard.


Niagara Co. considering new sparkler law


LOCPORT, N.Y.- The Niagara County Legislature is looking at a law that could make the sale of sparklers and other small novelty fireworks legal near Independence Day and New Year's Eve.

The legislature is considering creating a window of a few days near the holidays where selling the fireworks would be permitted. In November, Governor Cuomo signed a law allowing local governments to legalize some types of small fireworks.

Opponents of the plan say the fireworks are unsafe.

"Fireworks are dangerous. Some of the materials are regulated as hazardous materials in larger quantities. They give you no training, just tell you regulated and safe. A law doesn't make them safe and change the regulations," Bruce Mack, Frontier Volunteer Fire Company Chief said.

The legislature heard public comment during its meeting Tuesday, but has not taken a formal vote on the matter.


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AT&T Opens New Authorized Dealer Location in North Tonawanda

AT&T Opens New Authorized Dealer Location in North Tonawanda

AT&T has opened a new authorized dealer location in North Tonawanda to meet the growing needs of its customers in the area.  The store will provide customers with options for the latest devices, accessories, and services including Digital Life, a home security and automation system from AT&T.  Operated by Upstate Wireless, the new store is located at 1007 Payne Avenue.  

 “This new store is just a small part of the rebirth happening here in North Tonawanda,” said State Senator Rob Ortt, R-North Tonawanda. “It’s always a proud moment to see redevelopment and growth take place in your hometown. On that same level of excitement, this opening also creates jobs, and that’s always a good thing.”

North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur G. Pappas joined local officials and executives from AT&T and Upstate Wireless for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, February 13 at 11a.m.

Buffalo Artvoice Award Winning Poet To Volunteer in Nepal

Buffalo Artvoice Award Winning Poet To Volunteer in Nepal

 

Joel Lesses [2014 Buffalo’s Artvoice, Best Poet] has an opportunity to volunteer in Nepal on a program dedicated to human rights, education, healthcare and agriculture in impoverished rural and urban settings. He most deeply desires to serve these communities and learn from beautiful Nepali people in a once in a life time exchange of mutual benefit and cross cultural understanding.

PLEASE DONATE ANYTHING YOU ARE ABLE HERE--> http://www.gofundme.com/mgtsno

Joel will be volunteering with and for http://www.tevelbtzedek.org an organization that focuses on impoverished communities in Nepal, Haiti and Burundi, to enhance and advance the livelihood, capacity, and well-being of their members.

Off-duty state trooper charged with DWI


LOCKPORT, NY – Lockport Police officers arrested Robert Turnbull, an off-duty member of the New York State Police, for driving while intoxicated Saturday at about 1:40 a.m.

Police say he was pulled over for driving erratically on East Avenue when officers determined he appeared to be intoxicated.

In addition to DWI, he is charged with unreasonable speed, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, unsafe passing and refusal to submit to a pre-screening test.