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Weekend in Review - Dec. 6

Check out the stories you may have missed in our Saturday and Sunday editions:

SATURDAY

Niagara County lawmakers are considering using a $2 million loan repayment from the county IDA to reduce a proposed tax increase.

There are seven candidates looking to fill John Ceretto's seat on the county Legislature.

A county judge has refused to lower the bail for the woman who operated a bed and breakfast connected to a 2008 drowning.

The Wilson Zoning Board of Appeals will consider a proposal for a farm-winery.

The Aquarium of Niagara needs help in grant bid.

SUNDAY

NCCC culinary - what's next

Here's what's next in the development of Niagara County Community College's planned Hospitality and Tourism Center and Culinary Arts Institute in the vacant Rainbow Centre mall. (College President James P. Klyczek pictured above)

George Maziarz and Amy Hope Witryol spent nearly $600,000 together in the race for the 62nd State Senate District seat.

Q&A with director of Independent Living of Niagara County.

Restaurant review: Yummy Thai in North Tonawanda.

A pair of brothers are living a dream on the Niagara University hockey team.

There's opposition brewing in Lewiston to a Whirlpool Jet Boat expansion.

A new contract with the buildings and grounds employees in the Lewiston-Porter School District will save on health care costs.

The Niagara Power Project fishing pier is closed for the season.

Santa will visit the Niagara Power Project Power Vista on Saturday.

The Wilson Free Library presents its first "Christmas Tour of Homes" Saturday.

 

For your daily dose of Niagara County news, visit www.buffalonews.com/niagaracounty.

--Aaron Besecker

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