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Seneca Casinos Unveils Winter 2013-2014 Issue of Seneca Today Magazine

Seneca Casinos Unveils Winter 2013-2014 Issue of Seneca Today Magazine

Seneca Casinos recently unveiled the Winter 2013-2014 issue of Seneca Today, a magazine dedicated to spreading the word about all that is exciting, new and interesting about the three Seneca Casino locations, as well as news on the Seneca Nation of Indians and tourism locations in Western New York. Issues are primarily distributed throughout Seneca Casinos’ 1,000 hotel rooms in its two resort properties, as well as select locations across Western New York and Southern Ontario.

This is the casino’s 12th issue since its inception in March 2011. Stories in this issue include: the return of AMSOIL Championship Snocross to Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel for a second year; opportunities for a romance-filled visit to Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel; a how-to-play guide for Pai Gow Poker, and; many more features on attractions and events both at and around the Seneca Casinos in Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Salamanca, N.Y.

NU’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Returns For 2014

NU’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Returns For 2014

If being taxed is one of life’s only certainties, receiving free tax preparation assistance from Niagara University isn’t far behind.

For a 33rd year, students from NU’s College of Business Administration will help members of the Niagara Falls community file their state and federal income taxes this spring.

Mansion on Delaware: Hotel Lafayette: Submit For Dream Wedding by Feb 1st

Mansion on Delaware: Hotel Lafayette: Submit For Dream Wedding by Feb 1st



- Attend the event on January 22, 2014 

- Submit to win a Dream Wedding by Feb. 1st!

- Attend the expo on February 27, 2014

The Boutique Bridal Party educates and inspires the newly engaged of Buffalo. On Jan 22, 2014, at the Mansion on Delaware, brides and guests will savor the delicious tastings that the Mansion has to offer while sipping on creative cocktails and engaging in DIY [do-it-yourself] projects led by Buffalo's best wedding artisans. 
Brides will walk away with a hand crafted boutonniere, a personalized favor tag, as well as their own decorated cupcakes and so much more.  Information for all three events below:


Facebook Event Page Jan. 22

Polar Vortex Paints Falls in White

NIAGARA FALLS, NY - The mighty falls at Niagara have been in the national spotlight this week, ever since the "polar vortex" blizzard of 2014 blew through and left everything in a frosty coat of snow and ice.

Artists and photographers have flocked to the area to capture the natural spectacle. Enjoy this vicarious visit to the Falls courtesy of 2 On Your Side Chief Photographer Andy Desantis.

Heroic Rescue from Burning Apartment Building

MIDDDLEPORT, NY - Middleport Police Chief John Swick says he's responded to house fires before in his law enforcement career, and emphasizes that he is no hero, but Wednesday's successful rescue obviously brings a smile to this grandfather's face.

The YouTube video shown here is from a helmet cam as shot by volunteer firefighter Douglas MacPherson of Monroe County, who stopped to help while driving by. You can see the intensity of the flames and the rolling smoke from the fire which broke out around 9 a.m. Wednesday morning in this apartment building on Telegraph Road.

Flood Information for Amherst Residents

During this last rain event a lot of residents had issues with some level of flooding inside or around their home.  When the water table is high and the rainfall/snowmelt combination is high, water can get in your home through floor drains, toilets and washtubs.  Some residents fared well by having a stop flow valve previously installed in the line that runs out of their home. Some simply used a plug in the floor drain. This either eliminated or limited the back flow into their homes. For more specific information contact the Plumbing Division of our Building Department at 631-7088 or 631-7080.

In the event you come upon a flooded roadway DO NOT drive through it.  Do not go around Flooded Roadway Sign or barricaded roadway.  If you see a flooded-out street ahead, turn around and find another route for your destination.  

Family Left Homeless in Niagara Falls Fire

NIAGARA FALLS, NY – Fire struck the home at 631 25th Street Thursday night, leaving a family homeless.

Niagara Falls Fire Department Battalion Chief Mark Gray tells 2 On Your Side the fire started in the back of the house but fortunately no one was home at the time. he said the family is being helped by the Red Cross.

There's no word on what started the fire.