Tonawanda News


130718 Canal Fest Heat PIC 1

Don Heupel For The News Jennifer Holmik of North Tonawanda, left, and Maria Lange of Tonawanda, cool off during the Canal Fest by the open fire hydrant at Webster and Tremont streets in North Tonawanda. Canal Fest organizers said a heat wave that settled into the region for much of last week has put a dent in profits but they were hoping to make up some of the time with a cooler closing weekend on tap.

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