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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
Sen. Gillibrand Pushes To End Price Gouging
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand recently visited the John Duke Senior Center in Niagara Falls to announce the Stop Price Gouging Act, which Gillibrand said would drive down prescription drug prices, ensure access to affordable medications for New York seniors and penalize drug companies that raise prices of medication without justification.Arts Services Initiative of WNY celebrates Make Music Day in Western New York on June 21
Arts Services Initiative of Western New York announced Western New York will join cities across the country and around the world for this year's Make Music Day on June 21. Now entering its third year locally, Make Music Day is a unique festival consisting of free concerts and play-alongs in public spaces throughout Niagara Falls and Buffalo. It's held on June 21, the first day of summer.'The keystone of the family': Steed plans Father's Day dinner to...
"A lot of men don't understand it in words, but they know they have enormous responsibility as the 'keystone' of their families," Niagara County Legislator Owen T. Steed explained as he announced plans for a Saturday Father's Day luncheon. "They often hold the whole thing together."Niagara University Airbnb offers summer accommodations for tourists, experience for students
Niagara University students Morgan Mathews, Ryan Mathews and Heather Cirrito take a break from reviewing an Airbnb reservation with Michael Jeswald, director of the university's Center for Conferences and Events. An online search for overnight accommodations in Western New York this summer may result in a somewhat surprising result: Niagara University.PHOTOS: Thunder of Niagara Air Show delights spectators
This past weekend, fighter jets filled the sky as the 2018 Thunder of Niagara Air Show flew through the skies of Niagara County. Record attendances filled the Niagara Falls Air Force Reserve Base on Saturday and Sunday, with Sunday drawing a max capacity audience.Group of Canadian and U.S. mayors speaks out against trade tariffs
A group of Canadian and U.S. mayors says the economies in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River area are tightly integrated and the imposition of trade tariffs would impact both sides of the border. The mayors attending the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative annual conference in Ajax, Ont., cautioned Thursday against isolationist trade policies.Niagara Greenway projects and June meeting set
The Niagara River Greenway Commission will meet Tuesday, June 19, to determine the consistency of the 60th round of projects. The meeting will take place at 3 p.m. at Duende Restaurant, 85 Silo City Row, Buffalo.Planning the search process for new NCCC leader
It will be a few months before the official search process for a new president at Niagara County Community College kicks off. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley recently met with the interim leader about the process.3rd annual Project Connect Niagara scheduled for July 25
Project Connect Niagara, an event designed to connect those in need with critical services in a "one-stop" venue, will take place from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 25, at Heart, Love & Soul Food Pantry and Dining Room in Niagara Falls. Last year's event saw approximately 315 attendees, each of which whom able to connect with more than 40 organizations that were represented.Cop a didna t want to believea boyfriend sold crack. Drug scale by her bed was a clue, N.Y. cops say
Stephanie Costanzo, a 29-year-old former police officer in Niagara Falls, New York, was sentenced to three months probation last month after she pleaded guilty in February to managing a drug involved premises, prosecutors said. Stephanie Costanzo, a 29-year-old former police officer in Niagara Falls, New York, was sentenced to three months probation last month after she pleaded guilty in February to managing a drug involved premises, prosecutors said.Niagara County Youth Bureau makes summer food service program available
The Niagara County Youth Bureau is sponsoring the summer food service program and announced the open program site locations. This program ensures children who are economically disadvantaged continue to receive nutritious meals during summer vacation.Niagara Falls Community Development announces year 2 of participatory budget process
With projects chosen during last year's PB360 process now set in motion, the Niagara Falls Department of Community Development is set to kick off its second year of participatory budgeting. The approach to government decision-making seeks ideas from local residents that are then voted on directly at public events and locations throughout the city.Niagara County brings jobs focus to Lockport
Roxane Albond of Opportunities Unlimited describes the human service agency's employment needs to Niagara County legislators Owen Steed, D-Niagara Falls; Will Collins, R-Lockport; Wm. Keith McNall, R-Lockport; and Tony Nemi, R-Lockport.Taking fight against crime downtown: DA will knock on doors around...
Niagara County District Attorney Caroline A. Wojtaszek will knock on doors all over the Pine Avenue business district Tuesday looking for video cameras that might spot a crime. That's part of the DA's plan for an active day focused on crime and community safety, which will culminate with her participating in the Niagara Falls Police Department's "Slow Roll" bicycle ride.Attorney General's office sponsors event
Niagara Falls, NY Attorney General Barbara Underwood's office will sponsor a gun buyback in Niagara Falls on Wednesday, co-sponsored by Niagara Falls Police. The Attorney General's Office will be accepting, with no questions asked, working and non-working unloaded weapons in exchange for compensation on site.Handgun Found At Air Show
Niagara Falls, NY A handgun was discovered this morning during admission checks at the Thunder of Niagara Airshow at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station. New York State Police say that random vehicle inspections were being conducted at the Tuscarora Gate of the air base and in the course of one of the vehicle checks it was revealed that an18 year-old was in possession of a handgun.Best way to see Niagara Falls is up close
Niagara Falls is nature at its mightiest. More than just a look at a waterfall, a visit is a full vacation surrounded by the natural beauty of the area and the luxury that has drawn tourists from around the world.Gillibrand pushes bills that aim to lower prescription prices
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand appeared in Niagara Falls Friday morning, calling for passage of multiple bills that, she says, will lower the cost of prescription drugs. Gillibrand appreared at the John Duke Senior Center on Hyde Park Boulevard, explaining thay many seniors throughout the state living on fixed incomes are finding it more difficult to afford necessary prescriptions, with drug companies continously raising prices.Missing Buffalo mother and son found in Niagara County
Rose Mudd, age 38. and Thomas Mudd III, age 10, were reported missing by Buffalo Police Wednesday. Mrs. Mudd, according to police, had signed her son out of a field trip Wednesday afternoon at the Hard Rock Cafe in Niagara Falls.North Tonawanda announces second annual Thursdays on the Water
On Thursday, Mayor Arthur Pappas announced that the Thursdays on the Water concert series at Gratwick Riverside Park would return for a second year. Pappas, alongside sponsors of the event, city officials, Dave Jickster of 97 Rock and Jesse Gooch, promoter of the series, said the event is a tremendous asset to have for the City of North Tonawanda.
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