World Kidney Day is Thursday, March 8th. It’s hoped that highlighting this day will raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide. There are a few things happening on Thursday to highlight the day. The […]
Mark Bridges did it again. The Niagara Falls native picked up his second Oscar Sunday night, this one for Best Achievement in Costume for Phantom Thread. Bridges also won a golden statue for Costume Design in 2012 for The Artist. Bridges has worked on dozens of films – including, Jason Bourne, The Fighter, Boogie Nights, […]
We received a ton of feedback from our story about the Wolverine Closet; the free store for students at Niagara Falls High School. So many of you agree this is a wonderful idea. So many of you wanted to know how you can help, which again proves how generous and caring this community is. Lori […]
This adorable pooch was found wandering through Nori Bucci’s yard, and she brought him in. He’s white with tan spots and a blue collar. He has the sweetest personality. They’re on 30th Street and Walnut Ave. If anyone knows him please call 716-622-6870. Please pass this on with everyone, thanks!
We’ve seen Kaeden’s “happy dance” when he found out he was being released from Women & Children’s Hospital – after being there for one month – now, he’s headed back to the hospital. This time just for a visit. The little boy, who needed more than 400 stitches and staples after being mauled by two […]
Not at all shocking! In fact – put this on the list of most obvious things ever. Pure Wow has come up with a list of The 25 Most Photogenic (and Breathtaking) Spots in America. The list is filled with some of the most amazing places from all over the United States. No passport needed […]
He fell 75 feet while hiking in the Niagara Gorge – and he lived to tell about it.