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Niagara County Dog Needs a Hero

NIAGARA FALLS-A dog in Niagara Falls is in desperate need of surgery after being severely beaten, and the Niagara County SPCA needs help with the funding.

Authorities were called to the Townsend Place Apartments in Niagara Falls on Thursday night for a case of animal cruelty. A 3 month old pointer mix had been severely beaten with a wooden table leg.

The owner didn't have a name for the dog, but the SPCA has since named her Daisy.

According to the Niagara County SPCA, the dog needs extensive surgery or it will have to have its leg amputated.

The owner is set to appear in court on August 6, and they hope to have him charged under "Buster's Law," which makes intentional killing or maiming of a dog a felony, subject to jail time.

The SPCA is looking for any kind of financial assistance from the public.

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Spots Still Available at NCCC Fall Orientation

SANBORN, N.Y. – A limited number of seats are still available for Niagara County Community College’s New Student Orientation scheduled for August 5, 2010. First-year students, re-admitted students and transfer students who have already registered for 2010 fall semester classes are encouraged to attend.

Reservations for the August 5th orientation session are accepted on line at www.niagaracc.suny.edu/orientation.

If you have any questions about the NCCC Orientation, please call the NCCC Student Life Office at 716-614-6255.  

 

M&T Bank Robbery, Searching for Suspect

Niagara Falls, NY - Late Monday morning police were called to the M&T Bank on Military Rd. in Niagara Falls.

There is a search for a suspect who jumped over the counter, grabbed money and ran off. No word yet on if he was armed.

Border Patrol was already in the air. Several police agencies and canines are currently searching the area for the suspect.

Trolley Catches Fire at the Niagara Falls Airport

NIAGARA FALLS, NY- Heavy, black smoke could be seen for a short time in the skies over the Cataract City after a replica trolley caught fire at the Niagara Falls airport.

It happened around noon in front of the Niagara Falls International Airport.

According to NFTA spokesperson Doug Hartmayer, no one was on board at the time and there were no injuries. The terminal was evacuated, however, as a precaution.

The fire was extinguished by the Crash Fire Rescue Unit from the militray base. 

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$2.4 Million Visitor Center Now Open

Tourists to Niagara Falls, N.Y. now have a new place to welcome them.

The $2.4 Million Niagara U.S.A Visitor Center opened on Friday with a special ribbon cutting.

The Center on Rainbow Boulevard will be open from June until September. The Niagara Tourism and Convention Corporation will be in charge of day to day operations.