Police probe scrap copper theft
Security camera offers a few clues to the crime.
- ANTIQUES: Treasure hunting is worth wait in NT Experts at the Treasure Hunters Roadshow have seen an average of 200 visitors and thousands of treasures per day since the exhibit kickoff on Tuesday,
- WHEATFIELD: IDA to consider tax deal for dentist office Two Erie County-based dentists are seeking a payment-In-lieu-of-taxes plan with Niagara County Industrial Development Agency to open an office in Wheatfield.
- BUSINESS: Group plans summit to discuss economic development Local and regional government officials are coordinating a Niagara County Economic Summit to inform the public about business opportunities in the county.
- TOWN OF TONAWANDA: New GM engine line slated for 2012 Idled machines on one side and bustling activity on the other served as a stark reminder to crowds assembled at the General Motors Powertrain plant Thursday, sitting on the dividing line between productive industry and layoffs.
- GAS PRICES: Some stations' deceiving signs anger motorists One high-priced filling station in North Tonawanda has a new weapon to confuse money-conscious customers who might otherwise debate and switch — the bait and switch.
- NIAGARA COUNTY: Wheatfield dental office offered tax break by IDA The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency has agreed to provide tax incentives to a Town of Wheatfield dentistry office, despite concerns raised by some of the agency’s board members.
- TOWN OF TONAWANDA: Business park inks deal for the future Owners of the Town’s Riverview Commerce Park signed a memorandum of understanding Monday with a Chinese sustainable technology coalition, a move hailed as the first step in reinventing the area’s former industrial role.
- TAXES: With filing season here, some things have changed January usually means three things: A new year, the holidays are over and the tax season is beginning.
- BUSINESS: Local invention really taking off Climbing the ladder to success didn’t happen overnight for North Tonawanda businessman Robert Palka, but sales of his patented exercise machine “Jacobs Ladder” are definitely reaching new heights.
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