It was on, then it was off and now it's back on again.
A Popeyes Louisiana Chicken is coming to the corner of Niagara Falls Boulevard and Military Road.
The Benchmark Group of Amherst, which manages the Mil-Pine Plaza, has undertaken some parking lot renovations at the property over the last couple months.
A tour bus is being used as the latest promotional vehicle for Niagara Falls.
The Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp. and the AAA of Western and Central New York have partnered to advertise the Falls on a motor coach used by AAA's Horizon Club Tours.
Last updated: July 2, 9:56 a.m.
The Tourism Advisory Board will meet at 6 p.m. Monday in Room 117 in City Hall, 745 Main St.
The Historic Preservation Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Room 117 in City Hall. This meeting has been canceled because a quorum would not be present.
The Dyster administration is still looking for a way to encourage pedestrian traffic between Third Street and neighboring streets and alleys.
The city is looking at buying 425 Third St. - a vacant lot with a wall built along the front of it adjacent to the sidewalk - and turning it into a cut-through, the idea being to better create connections to the neighborhood surrounding Third Street.
Last month, the administration was looking at 515 Third and 508 Fourth St., under the same auspices. Those plans sought to create a parking lot and a shovel-ready development site, but the Third Street property has since been sold, said Community Development Director Seth A. Piccirillo.
The city Planning Board on Wednesday night granted a one-year extension of its approval of plans for a $12 million, 82-room Courtyard by Marriott downtown.
The former Moore Business Forms property at 900 Buffalo Ave., at John Daly Boulevard, is owned by Indian Ocean LLC.
After the recycling and garbage issue, the one that saw the most complaints from the public during Monday's City Council meeting was high grass on vacant lots around the city.
It appears city officials are about to do something about it.
The Council has called a special meeting for 4 p.m. today to act on a recommendation from the Dyster administration to drop a Youngstown firm that was awarded the work at the end of March.
In addition to plans for the Hamister Group's downtown hotel, a few other proposals will come before the city Planning Board on Wednesday night.
Joe Anderson Jr. is proposing to operate sightseeing tours out of Smokin Joes Native Center, 333 First St.
Niagara Falls lawmakers on Monday night joined the opposition to locating a State Parks Police barracks on the rim of the Niagara Gorge.
The City Council voted unanimously in support of finding another site for the proposed police station, the construction of which was put on hold last week.
The City Council will hold a 5 p.m. Committee of the Whole meeting Monday, followed by a regular meeting at 6 in City Hall, 745 Main St.
The board of trustees of Niagara Falls Public Library will meet at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the LaSalle Library, 8728 Buffalo Ave.
Updated June 18, 10:20 a.m.
The city Zoning Board of Appeals tonight put off a decision regarding the legality of the operations of a Ferry Avenue homeless shelter.
The board tabled the request from the Niagara Gospel Rescue Mission to review whether the city was right when, in April, it stopped the shelter from providing emergency overnight housing. The shelter at 1023 Ferry Ave., which also serves meals and provides a long-term residential program, is in a neighborhood zoned residential that allows multiple dwellings.