Hard reset for Summit sports complex

WHEATFIELD, NEW YORK - The developer of the Summit Park Mall has overhauled his plans for a proposed sports complex. Zoran Cocov, owner of the mostly shuttered mall, submitted a new design to the Wheatfield Planning Board in mid-August. The new plan scraps the original inflatable dome concept for permanent metal structures. While the new … Continue reading Hard reset for Summit sports complex

Heavy Turbulence

United Airlines suffers with public relations NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - United Airlines is having a tumultuous month. On March 26, two teenagers were barred from a flight for wearing leggings. The incident led to a social media firestorm, with many individuals accusing the airline of being sexist. United Airlines responded that the teenagers in question … Continue reading Heavy Turbulence

No cons to these “pros”

Niagara hosts “Meet the Professionals” night NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - The third floor of the Bisgrove academic complex was a beehive of activity as the Public Relations Student Society of Niagara hosted its second annual “Meet the Professionals” event on Thursday, April 6. The event featured various public relations experts from the Western New York … Continue reading No cons to these “pros”

Niagara hosts Career Expo

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y. - Niagara University Career Services hosted the annual Career Expo on Mar. 30, 2017 at the Gallagher Center. Nearly 100 companies were at the event looking for eager new employees. Students had the ability to apply for jobs and internships in a variety of fields. Jobs in everything from law enforcement and … Continue reading Niagara hosts Career Expo

Stabbing at Third Street Tap

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - An incident on Third Street in Niagara Falls left four people injured early Sunday, Mar. 26. Niagara Falls resident Eddie Alnardo Mayo, 35, is accused of stabbing four individuals at the Third Street Tap Room. None of the individuals' injuries were life threatening.  Jack Hornung, owner of the bar, released a … Continue reading Stabbing at Third Street Tap

Filing Suit

Pendleton sued by National Fuel PENDLETON, N.Y. - National Fuel is suing the town of Pendleton over a proposed natural gas pipeline project. The Northern Access Pipeline project, which includes the construction of a compressor station, was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Feb. 3. Pendleton Town Board also approved the project. On … Continue reading Filing Suit

History in the making

City of Niagara Falls celebrates 125th anniversary NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK - The city of Niagara Falls is gearing up to celebrate the 125th anniversary of its incorporation. The city was formed out of the villages of Manchester and Suspension Bridge on Mar 17, 1892. Governor Roswell Flowers was convinced to sign the incorporation bill … Continue reading History in the making

Tumultuous week in New York politics

  NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK - New York State’s political arsenal faced a blow as both local and state officials found themselves in a whirlwind of controversy. On Thursday, Mar. 9, an Albany County grand jury began hearing testimony as part of a probe into former Republican State Sen George Maziarz. The probe, conducted by … Continue reading Tumultuous week in New York politics

Oscars end with massive flub

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - The 89th Academy Awards ended in confusion when the film “La La Land” was accidentally given the award for best picture. An envelope mix up resulted in the musical being declared the winner, when in fact the film “Moonlight” had been voted best picture. Actor Warren Beatty was visibly confused when he … Continue reading Oscars end with massive flub

Pints for Progress hosts 20th event

NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK - The 20th Pints for Progress was held at the Hard Rock Cafe on Thursday, Feb. 16. Over 125 people attended the event for a chance to vote on a community project. This was the Hard Rock Cafe’s third time hosting the event, which has also been held several times a … Continue reading Pints for Progress hosts 20th event