Check out the stories you may have missed in our Friday, Saturday and Sunday editions:
The owner of a summer camp where a girl drowned in 2008 will pay restitution after illegally receiving government benefits.
A committee is considering various ideas to commemorate War of 1812 bicentennial.
A 15-year-old volleyball player lost her battle with cancer.
Former Niagara Falls High School basketball standout Paul Harris is trying to keep his career alive in the NBA Development League.
Free parking to end at Niagara Falls International Airport.
A group of people whose families were touched by drunken driving continue to work with the DWI Victim Impact Panel.
A man who nearly beat a puppy to death remains jailed.
The Niagara University men's hockey team is energized by a former Sabre working as a volunteer coach.
The Thunder Over Niagara air show will return in September.
The city Youth Bureau is offering a free open-gymnasium program this week.
Norman Miller has published a book about an excommunicated former Amish man.
You can always get the latest Niagara County news at our Niagara County page: www.buffalonews.com/niagaracounty.
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