The pictures are simply heartbreaking. Two kittens found in a dumpster behind the Holiday Inn on Niagara Falls Boulevard in the Falls. Two employees of the hotel spotted the kittens and called the SPCA of Niagara. The kittens had conjunctivitis in both eyes – normally it is treatable, but this infection went untreated for far […]
If you’ve been in downtown Niagara Falls lately, you may have noticed pianos around town. Beautifully painted pianos. Three of them for now. They’re the brainchild of local artist and musician, Rose Lorenti. Rose has wanted to see street pianos out and about for some time, but her ideas were always struck down, “In January […]
Friday night, fire ripped through a South Avenue home, tragically taking the life of a child. Seven-year-old Hannah was killed. Besides the loss of a beautiful young life, the large but close knit family of 11 also lost everything they owned and are left with only the clothes on their back. Niagara Falls Police officials […]
We are just a few months away from the largest shop-local event in Buffalo! We have dozens (80 right now!) of local, amazingly talented, unique and special artisans ready to share their creations with all of us! We are so fortunate to live in an area so filled with these creative artists. You will be […]
Seven moms. Seven baby girls. Countless memories. This, my friends, is what squad goals should be all about! It was a bond that formed from the usual new mom stuff – sleep deprivation, frustration, and pure joy but it became so much more!!
For many who lose a loved one, honoring their memory can mean designing a mission to help others. For the family and friends of John Fiore, that is most certainly true. John Fiore died in the crash of Flight 3407. He dedicated his life to his family and his country, spending 30 years serving our […]
Thirty-nine years ago, President Jimmy Carter declared a state of emergency in Niagara Falls. It was August 7, 1978 when the emergency was declared – related to the toxic materials found near the city’s Love Canal neighborhood. Believe it or not, it was the first time that federal emergency funds were used for something that […]