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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.

Population: 55593
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

Niagara Falls News
Cultural Alliance of Niagara selected for J. Fitzgerald Group CreateAthon

The Cultural Alliance of Niagara was selected as one of nine area nonprofit organizations to will receive free creative services from the J. Fitzgerald Group as part of the 24-hour CreateAthon, kicking off next Thursday at the agency's Lockport office. The agency creative team will work on a logo design and tagline for a new initiative under the name ArtsNiagara.org; and a web portal for Niagara County arts and cultural organizations, which will include a calendar and directory of all participating organizations.

'Hot Spots' to open in UB Art Gallery

"The speculative work of artists is so critical; it provides a Trojan horse into a complex political and environmental issue." "Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape," a multimedia exhibition examining the environmental impact of the production and use of radioactive materials by the military and industry, will be on view Sept.

Niagara Falls Workforce Training Center opening huge success

From left, Orleans/Niagara BOCES Director of Special Programs Susan Diemert; Niagara Falls CSD Board of Education member Ron Barstys; Literacy Zone Coordinator Chuck Diemert; Joe Steinmetz; Dr. Clark Godshall; Congressman Brian Higgins; Assemblyman Angelo Morinello; New York Sen. Robert Ortt; and Niagara County Legislator Owen Steed.

USA Niagara Development Corp. announces acquisition of 32 'strategic...

USA Niagara Development Corp. board of directors met Wednesday and unanimously approved the acquisition of 32 individual properties totaling approximately 11 acres of land in downtown Niagara Falls. The purchase of these properties is made possible through a strategic land acquisition program that is part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Buffalo Billion phase two.

10 Favorite Places To Get Wet In Niagara Falls

Bring your temperature down on these hot Summer days, with this list of 10 favourite places to get wet in Niagara Falls. For both a spectacular view of the Horseshoe Falls and for a prime spot to cool off and get wet on a muggy Summer day, is at the Table Rock Centre .

Peach Festival: Win up to $500 in 'Taste Off'

Calling all culinarians: Think you have a winning peach recipe? If so, you're invited to compete for $500 in cash and prizes at this year's "Taste Off." The Niagara County Peach Festival recipe contest will be held at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept.

A week of fitness & family fun in Niagara Falls

A full week of "Summer In Your City" events are on tap for this week. Join Niagara Falls Community Development and the Niagara Falls City School District in city parks for one, or all, of the events below.

Heritage Moments: Frederick Law Olmsted and the stroll that saved Niagara

The Niagara Gorge in the 19th century, afflicted, as the great landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted observed, by "mills and factories everywhere, hovels, fences and patent medicine signs." Niagara Falls in the 1800s was an industrialist's dreamland and a huckster's paradise.

Superfund sites sprang from emergency declaration '70s

While almost anyone with a passing interest in environmental pollution has heard the term "Superfund," the idea is one born relatively recently - just a few years after the inception of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency itself. In the late 1970s, toxic waste dumps at Love Canal in Niagara Falls, New York, and Valley of the Drums in Brooks, Kentucky, drew national attention because of risks to human health and the environment.

Villa Coffee has new owner & chef

Speaking of the longtime, popular owner/chef of The Villa Coffee House, Pusateri said, "It's never quite going to be like it was with Tom, because he was the face of the place. Any time you came here, you saw him.

Korean War marine, killed in action in 1950, to be buried in U.S. soil

The Niagara Falls teen became a marine, serving toward the end of World War II and later on in the Korean War. He was killed in action in 1950, and his comrades buried him at the base of what's known as Fox Hill in North Korea.

Bernard A. Drew | Our Berkshires: The day Day conquered Niagara Falls

Horace H. Day , immersed in litigation over rubber patents and royalties in New Jersey, also repelling a water rights infringement case on the Housatonic River in his native Great Barrington, left the latter community in 1853 and sought new ventures at Niagara Falls. In 1856 he became vice-president and treasurer of Niagara Water Power Co.

Video: The anger and hurt at Love Canal

To help mark the 40th anniversary of the emergency declaration at Love Canal, we dipped into the archives of WNED-TV for footage that captured the moment. Tuesday is the 40th anniversary of President Jimmy Carter declaring Love Canal a federal health emergency.

Town of Wheatfield: Town Board hears from residents on biosolid lawsuit loss; talk Greenway trail

On Monday, the Town of Wheatfield Town Board met for their regular monthly meeting of August. The board heard from two residents to begin the meeting about a recent lawsuit loss the town suffered in regards to the use of biosolids on agricultural land.

Niagara Greenway Commission announces next round of meetings

The Niagara River Greenway Commission will meet Tuesday, Sept. 18, to determine the consistency of the 61st round of projects.

St. Lawrence University student researchers attend Buffalo conference

St. Lawrence University student researchers enrolled in the New York State Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program and the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program attended the University at Buffalo Undergraduate Research Conference held from July 19 to 21 in Niagara Falls. Each of the St. Lawrence CSTEP and McNair scholars in attendance participated in graduate school panel presentations, opportunities to meet with University at Buffalo graduate program faculty, a graduate school fair, and workshops.

P2O to resume recycling plastics into oil

Recycling technology firm Plastics2Oil Inc. plans to restart limited production and sale of fuel products by processing used plastic film and oils. P2O previously engaged in fuel production for commercial sale before shifting its business strategy in 2014 to licensing its P2O technology, officials with the Niagara Falls, N.Y.-based firm said in an Aug. 7 news release.

Niagara Club could be reborn as a banquet hall

The future of the Niagara Club, a Niagara Falls landmark that sits near the entrance to Goat Island, may be tied to a public sector-backed tourism funding package. Niagara Club owners, Babu and Pragna Patel , are seeking a $300,000 allocation from Niagara Falls Tourism Target Zone program for their proposed $3 million renovation of the Sixth Street building.

Como Deli coming to Center Street

One of the most iconic restaurant businesses in Western New York is set to make its Lewiston debut later this year. The Como Restaurant will open up a deli at the corner of Center and South Sixth streets, inside what used to be Melloni's Meats and, most recently, Cal's Grinders.

Reporter's Notebook: Love Canal sparked a change in environmental coverage

It was 40 years ago this week when federal officials declared the Love Canal neighborhood of Niagara Falls, NY a disaster area. In the first of a series of "Reporter's Notebook" stories reflecting on behind the scenes of that infamous period in Western New York history, WBFO's Mike Desmond talks with Morning Host Jay Moran about covering the story for the former Courier-Express newspaper.

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