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The Buffalo News
NCCC to offer hospitality classes for Falls studentsNIAGARA FALLS – Sixty Niagara Falls High School seniors will be eligible to tak
NCCC to offer hospitality classes for Falls students
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
NIAGARA FALLS – Sixty Niagara Falls High School seniors will be eligible to take college courses this fall at the Niagara County Community College Culinary Institute, which is targeted at turning out graduates trained for careers in the hospitality... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Wineries prepare for 8th annual Niagara USA Wine Festivalhave more live music this year, with Savannah King, Christina Custode, and Tom
Wineries prepare for 8th annual Niagara USA Wine Festival
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
have more live music this year, with Savannah King, Christina Custode, and Tom and Sarah Wright performing,” she said. “The Niagara County Community College Craft Beverage program will be selling wine truffles both days and the school’s pastry chefs... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Young man with Down syndrome fulfills dream, opens Uncle Bill’s Coffee Stopprogram and was its first high school graduate. He attended People Inc.’s Young
Young man with Down syndrome fulfills dream, opens Uncle Bill’s Coffee Stop
The Buffalo News / Posted 11 days ago
program and was its first high school graduate. He attended People Inc.’s Young Adult Life Transition Program (YALT) at Niagara County Community College, which helps participants with developmental disabilities fulfill their goals. The coffee... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Great Gardening: New lawns are failing in summer droughta lawn is late summer, early fall, or sometimes spring. Sharon Webber (CNLP, Ea
Great Gardening: New lawns are failing in summer drought
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
a lawn is late summer, early fall, or sometimes spring. Sharon Webber (CNLP, Earthlines Inc.) teaches turfgrass courses at Niagara County Community College and has designed and tended landscapes for many years. “I’ve even changed my timing... Read more
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The Buffalo News
‘Outdated’ state law leaves Erie Canal duck race high and dryrace has been run for many years as part of Canal Fest, with Community Missions
‘Outdated’ state law leaves Erie Canal duck race high and dry
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
race has been run for many years as part of Canal Fest, with Community Missions picking it up about eight years ago from Niagara County Community College. The agency raises $6,000-$8,000 each year from the race, after paying out prizes. But this... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Robert E. Deemer, Jr., senior loan officer at Marine Midland BankH. Sicherman and Co., where he managed the financial interests of the company.
Robert E. Deemer, Jr., senior loan officer at Marine Midland Bank
The Buffalo News / Posted 22 days ago
H. Sicherman and Co., where he managed the financial interests of the company. He also taught small business owners at Niagara County Community College how to obtain financing for their businesses. He served as a deacon at Westminster Church,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Bound For Niagara County CCDiamond Fedrick, seated second from right, have announced they will be continui
Bound For Niagara County CC
The Post-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
Diamond Fedrick, seated second from right, have announced they will be continuing their academic and athletic careers at Niagara County Community College in the fall. Sullivan plans to play basketball and softball while Fedrick will be playing... Read more
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The Buffalo News
More Buffalo grads going to college through Say Yesin about a third of them. Last year, 314 Buffalo students attended ECC, follow
More Buffalo grads going to college through Say Yes
The Buffalo News / Posted 26 days ago
in about a third of them. Last year, 314 Buffalo students attended ECC, followed by SUNY Buffalo State, 147; Medaille College, 88; University at Buffalo, 78; Villa Maria College, 49; Niagara County Community College, 39; and Canisius Colle... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Four Western New York colleges earn reaccreditationFour local colleges – Daemen College, Hilbert College, D’Youville College and N
Four Western New York colleges earn reaccreditation
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Four local colleges – Daemen College, Hilbert College, D’Youville College and Niagara County Community College – have been reaccredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Middle States, a regional accrediting body, evaluates... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Niagara Honor Roll for the week of June 26as the board chairman of the United Way of Niagara, is an adjunct professor at
Niagara Honor Roll for the week of June 26
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
as the board chairman of the United Way of Niagara, is an adjunct professor at Niagara University, a member of the board of Niagara County Community College, is active in Niagara Workforce Investment Board, Lewiston Council of the Arts, Niagara... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Sandonato replaces Wojtaszek on NCCC boardLOCKPORT – Vincent M. Sandonato, chairman of the Niagara Falls Republican Commi
Sandonato replaces Wojtaszek on NCCC board
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
LOCKPORT – Vincent M. Sandonato, chairman of the Niagara Falls Republican Committee, was appointed to the Niagara County Community College Board of Trustees at last week’s County Legislature meeting. Legislature Chairman W. Keith McNall said... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Seven years after tragic accident, Lockport teen challenges herself on Appalachian Trailand will do anything,” Selena said. She graduated from Lockport High School in
Seven years after tragic accident, Lockport teen challenges herself on Appalachian Trail
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
and will do anything,” Selena said. She graduated from Lockport High School in 2014 and has been taking courses through Niagara County Community College, and the People Inc. NCCC Young Adult Life Transitions Program, which gives members an... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Niagara Legislature votes to ask state DOT to reduce speed limit near Starpointby an injured construction worker. Michael J. Lombardo, 54, of Somerset, was wo
Niagara Legislature votes to ask state DOT to reduce speed limit near Starpoint
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
by an injured construction worker. Michael J. Lombardo, 54, of Somerset, was working on a window-replacement project at Niagara County Community College in May 2008 when an unsecured stack of heavy windows tipped over and crushed his lower right... Read more

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