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- 'Always an adventure' Students in the North Tonawanda and City of Tonawanda school districts headed back to class Wednesday, some of them nervous, some of them excited -- and many a mix of both.
- WORK CONTINUES
- Young St. portion to close
- City, Natale detail Little League plans Natale Builders presented their detailed plans for a housing development off Little League Drive Tuesday night at an informational session that dozens of City of Tonawanda residents attended.
- Woman surrenders for role in Craigslist attack
City of Tonawanda passes food truck regulations
After a month of debate, the City of Tonawanda council unanimously passed a local law governing food trucks Tuesday night that the mobile vendor operators say is still too strict.
- FLOATING HISTORY
- Strassburg named City of Tonawanda police chief The City of Tonawanda council unanimously approved Mayor Ron Pilozzi's appointment Tuesday of William Strassburg, formerly the department's captain, to the position of police chief.
Food trucks make their case
A lawyer representing Western New York food truck owners advocated for his clients Tuesday arguing at a City of Tonawanda council meeting that the vendors could bring more visitors and business to the municipality.
- Tonawanda man found guilty of burglary
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