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Niagara Falls is one of the U.S.'s top ten tourist attractions, as almost ten million people visit annually. Despite its efforts, this city struggles to keep up with its Canadian neighbor, Niagara Falls, Ontario which boasts a stronger tourism industry and economy. At its peak, Niagara Falls' population was over 100,000, but has declined by about 50%, as industries shut down and people go elsewhere for employment.
Local Newspapers: Niagara Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Niagara Falls Sox (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Niagara University
Zip Codes associated with niagara falls, new york:
14301 14303 14304 14305
Towns/Cities near niagara falls, new york : Lockport Wheatfield Tonawanda Lewiston Ransomville Youngstown
Maid of the Mist prepares for 133rd consecutive season
Now that the ice run has cleared the lower Niagara River, final preparations are being made to launch the Maid of the Mist's 2018 season, the 133rd consecutive run for one of North America's longest-running tourist attractions. Maid of the Mist VI and Maid of the Mist VII will welcome passengers at 9 a.m. Friday, April 27. Departures are available only from the Maid of the Mist landing in Niagara Falls, New York.Report: Buffalo in danger of dropping out of 50 largest metro areas in the U.S.
Upstate New York's biggest city is growing at a very slow rate. So slow, in fact, that if it continues at it's current rate, Buffalo will drop out of the U.S.'s 50 largest metropolitan areas by the year 2040, according to a new report.From eyesore to eye-catcher: Holiday Inn Express to open in May in former Dunlop site
Jayesh R. Patel, CEO of Rudra Management, stands at a first-floor window of his new Holiday Inn Express hotel at 2761 Long Road, at the site of the former Dunlop building. A May 17 opening is planned.Lake Ontario: Property owners updated on funding
So summarized Robert Welch, constituent relations manager for New York State Sen. Robert G. Ortt, to a large group of Lake Ontario property owners who gathered Wednesday at the Ransomville firehall. The meeting with area officials marked the latest chapter in a continuing series, intended to address the status of damage claims filed by property owners in response to last spring and summer's high water/flooding and erosion events on Lake Ontario.United Way: Buffalo Bills Nathan Peterman & Dion Dawkins visit Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club
The United Way of Greater Niagara, in partnership with General Motors Components Holdings of Lockport, welcomed Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman and offensive tackle Dion Dawkins to the Boys and Girls Club of Niagara Falls on Friday. The two athletes were on hand to create awareness of the importance of running before- and after-school programs in Niagara County.OASAS announces free statewide naloxone training sessions
The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services announced it will conduct a series of free naloxone training sessions to be held across the state. The trainings are supported by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.CASE conference: 'Bridging the Communication Gap Over the Generations'
The Coalition of Agencies in Service of the Elderly will hold its 29th annual Spring Professional Networking Conference, "Bridging the Communication Gap Over the Generations," on Wednesday, May 2. The conference will run from at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and feature specialists who will discuss how to communicate across the generations, strategies to help learn positive communication skills, techniques to improve communications, and effective and ineffective techniques. Speakers include Diane Roth, assistant vice president of academic affairs for nursing and allied health at Niagara County Community College; Joseph Steinmetz, director of CTE and adult secondary programs for Orleans Niagara BOCES; and Mac Barnett, Ed.Bank On Buffalo moving regional HQs to Electric Tower
Bank on Buffalo President Marty Griffith said but he doesn't feel Buffalo has too many banks, but does think some banks may have too many branches. "You are seeing signs of that with some of the larger institutions announcing some branch closures," said Griffith.'The Bachelorette' is filming a hometown date in Western NY
Becca Kufrin, who became next season's "The Bachelorette" after she first was proposed to and then ditched for another woman by Arie Luyendyk Jr. in last season's controversial edition of "The Bachelor," is in Western New York shooting an episode involving a hometown date with a Western New York man. A source close to the production confirmed that Kufrin and Jason Tartick, a WNY native who now is a corporate banker in Seattle, will be shooting scenes for the popular ABC reality series on Wednesday and Thursday.'They just left him,' Niagara Falls family begs for answers after hit and run
A family in Niagara Falls is begging for answers, after their loved one was hit by an SUV and left in the middle of the road. Alvin King, 55, is now in a coma at ECMC, according to his family.'Cross Border Blues' provides binational boost
Participating organizations of "Cross Border Blues" recently came together in a collaborative effort at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in downtown St. Catharines to cross-promote events on both sides of the border. They are using the blues to build bridges across cultures, generations and geographies.Surveillance Cameras Coming to Niagara Falls
The City of Niagara Falls will deploy seven new surveillance cameras in the city this summer to help fight crime. Of those seven cameras, three of them will be installed along the Pine Avenue Business District.Cash mob in Niagara Falls at Gagsters
Niagara Falls Community Development will hold a happy hour cash mob from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, at Gagsters Restaurant, 708 E. Market St., Niagara Falls. "Small businesses are the backbone of our community.Plus, who prevents cable giant from constant rate hikes?
Soon, the days of simply plugging a coaxial cable from your wall directly to the back of your television to receive your cable will be in the past, and customers will now have to plug the cable into a digital receiver. This upgrade could cost customers an extra anywhere from $6.99 to $11.75 per month following a free period.Construction to convert West River Parkway into trail to begin April 16
The Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation announced this week that work to convert the West River Parkway into an 8-mile multi-use trail will begin on Monday, April 16. The $2.5 million NY Parks 2020 project will turn two lanes of highway into a vehicle-free multi-use trail that runs along the Niagara River from Beaver Island State Park to Buckhorn State Park ultimately connecting the City of Buffalo to Niagara Falls. "Connecting our communities to our waterfronts enhances tourism opportunities and energizes economic development," said State Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey.Upbeat news for Youngstown: Happenings, plans for 2018 discussed at annual YBPA meeting
Tuesday evening at the Mug and Musket was full of news of interest for northern Niagara, as the Youngstown Business and Professional Association held its annual membership meeting. Though Village of Youngstown was beset with news of late of two significant closings and vacant storefronts found on its Main Street, there were many positives heard throughout the evening.State parks worth a detour: N.Y.'s historic Old Fort Niagara
The 22-acre Old Fort Niagara State Historic Site overlooks the stunningly beautiful point where the Niagara River enters Lake Ontario. State parks worth a detour: N.Y.'s historic Old Fort Niagara The 22-acre Old Fort Niagara State Historic Site overlooks the stunningly beautiful point where the Niagara River enters Lake Ontario.
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