- LIFESTYLE: Good things still brewin' for Tonawanda native Jon Luther Jon Luther might now be the pride of the City of Tonawanda, but it took him quite a while to ascend to the peak of his profession.
- BUSINESS: Chamber names Zupo its Citizen of the Year Evelyn Zupo, an active member of the community as well as a creative fundraiser and volunteer in numerous non-profit organizations in the Tonawandas, has been named Citizen of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas.
- NORTH TONAWANDA: New business blows in Hurricane Bar on Oliver Street in North Tonawanda has been open for a month, since owners Robert and Wieslawa Orefice returned to their native Western New York a year ago.
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- TOWN OF TONAWANDA: GM rehires 58 previously laid off workers TOWN OF TONAWANDA — For the first time in a long time, local industry is adding workers to its assembly lines.
- BUSINESS: Goodyear workers approve contract Deal: Pact will prevent potential closing of Goodyear-Dunlop tire plant in the Town of Tonawanda.
- KENMORE: Day care celebrates 25th anniversary Thirty years ago, Debi Beaumont was working at an area day care center when she was asked by the owner to hire 17-year-old Debby Sciandra to join the staff.
- BUSINESS: Even in the middle of a recession, Wireless Zone continues to grow Lockport Wireless Zone opens at 10 a.m. Friday, and within five minutes the business is already full of customers.
- HISTORY: Local couple creates games of the past TOWN OF TONAWANDA — For some people, painting models and playing games with them is a hobby. Since Philip Viverito’s retirement from Niagara Mohawk, it has become his way of life, and his peers will soon be honoring him for it.
BUSINESS: More Mudds
Anyone passing along Niagara Street in the City of Tonawanda recently may have noticed there’s a new place to get some grub along the river.
To be more specific, it’s an old place with a new face.
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