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New Wing Opens at Niagara Falls Fashion Outlet

Nearly two years after expansion plans were put forward, 50 new stores will open Thursday morning at the Niagara Falls Outlet Mall.

Construction crews have been busy putting the final touches on the new $71 million expansion.

"We're extremely excited. We've been working on this project for well over a year. October 23rd ; we'll open tomorrow morning. Can't wait to see the shoppers," John Doran, Senior Manager of
Macerich said.

Among the new additions are a Disney Outlet, White House Black Market, Kenneth Cole and even a candy store called "IT'sugar."

Next month five more stores will open as well, including Forever21.

CBP Addresses Many Interesting Points at AILA’s Annual Canada/U.S. Border Immigration Conference

CBP Addresses Many Interesting Points at AILA’s Annual Canada/U.S. Border Immigration Conference


Several associates from Berardi Immigration Law attended AILA’s sixth annual Canada/U.S. Border Immigration Fall Conference on Oct. 17. The conference focused on the intersection of U.S. and Canadian law and celebrated the 20th anniversary of NAFTA. In staying true to this focus, several CBP officers from the local Buffalo Peace Bridge served on a panel offering a Canada/U.S. border update. 

East Aurora Native Launches New Lifestyle Website for Men

East Aurora Native Launches New Lifestyle Website for Men


Steven Helmicki, an anti-concussion advocate and president of Primordial Strength Inc., a private gym located in Elma, announces the launch of his latest project, a lifestyle website for men — primordialman.com.  

Primordialman.com is an affiliate of Schott NYC, a premier USA-based manufacturer of leather goods. The website also features high-quality products such as Chanel Platinum, Omega Watches, Boston Whaler, Gustin Jeans and others.  

Niagara Falls apartment fire displaces families

NIAGARA FALLS, NY - An overnight fire has badly damaged a Niagara Falls apartment building, and left about 40 families homeless.

The fire started just before 2 o'clock at a 46 unit apartment complex on Niagara Falls Boulevard near 98th Street.

Firefighters tell us no one was hurt and they're still looking into what caused the fire to start.

The Red Cross is opening up a shelter on Niagara Road at Saint James Lutheran Church for displaced families.

Driver in fatal hit-and-run still at large

NIAGARA FALLS, NY - It's been just over three months since 23-year-old Ebony Austin lost her life in a hit-and-run accident in Niagara Falls.

And while the person behind the incident still hasn't been caught, Austin's family is trying to move forward and focus on the three young girls she left behind.

A special fundraiser for Ebony Austin's children was held at the Potters House Church in Niagara Falls Friday evening.

Two On Your Side's Andrea Marvin was there to speak with the victim's family.

Anyone with information about the accident is asked to call the Niagara Falls Police Department Traffic Division officers at 286-4565 or at 286-4711.

Recently Found War Medals May Belong to Lockport Veteran

AMHERST, N.Y. -- A Lockport veteran is missing a part of his past, but it may have been found by Amherst Police.

Ten years ago, Frederick Stahle's house was broken into, and five war medals he received for his service in Vietnam were stolen.

It turns out, Amherst Police may have found two of them.

Stahle served 20 years in the U.S. Navy. He enlisted at 17 years old; his mother signed off on it.

He was a steam ship operator, which is a position that no longer exists.

After deployment, he met and married his wife.

They settled down in Lockport, but it was 10 years ago in the same house he still lives in that someone broke in while they were on vacation.

"It was like somebody stabbed a knife in my heart," Stahle said. "I had over $12,000 worth of items taken, and among them were my service medals."

Enhanced Ebola Screening to Commence in U.S. Airports

Enhanced Ebola Screening to Commence in U.S. Airports


On Oct. 11, 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs & Border Protection (CBP) commenced screening for the Ebola virus at select U.S. airports. Starting with New York’s JFK Airport, all travelers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone will now undergo enhanced entry screening in an effort to detect overt signs of the deadly illness. This week, Washington-Dulles, Newark, Chicago O-Hare and Atlanta International airports will follow suit. These five airports receive over 94 percent of travelers from the Ebola-affected nations.