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- City's pavilion will get finishing touches by Friday A year's worth of work on the City of Tonawanda's new pavilion is almost complete, with the structure set to be finished by the end of this week.
- Electrical mishap darkens city block Power was lost to an entire block home to several City of Tonawanda businesses Wednesday evening following what officials believe was an underground electrical fire and possible explosion.
- Teen arrested on 3 sexual charges
Council passes amended budget
Before passing the 2013 budget in a 4-1 vote Tuesday night, the City of Tonawanda Common Council approved three amendments to the document.
Behavior issues on city buses decline
After numerous fights and behavioral problems on Riverview Elementary buses, the City of Tonawanda school board voted last month to add a bus monitor to supervise the students.
City school board to sell Central School
Real estate broker warns board the Western New York market isn't short on former schools up for sale, meaning it's a buyer's market.
Condo status granted to LL Drive development, lowering tax bill
Put simply, homeowners whose properties cost between $225,000 and $250,000 to buy, would pay taxes as if the home was worth between $146,250 and $162,500.
City firefighters finish paramedic training
Members cited for graduating from Erie County Community College's paramedic training program.
- Area volunteers to be honored by chamber of commerce The Chamber of Commerce of the Tonawandas will honor three award winners at a dinner Wednesday.
Council approves LL Drive move
Two years of negotiations later, the City of Tonawanda council passed a resolution Tuesday that will allow Mayor Ron Pilozzi to draft a contract with Natale Builders to develop land off Little League Drive.
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