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Sunday, January 25, 2015
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TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A 32-year-old Ruhlman Road woman was charged Saturday afternoon with criminal mischief for allegedly breaking a window at another apartment.

According to the NCSO report, Amber Nicole Clark, 6106 Ruhlman Road, Apt. 3, was seen walking up to the window of another apartment building and smashing the glass before getting into a red Ford sedan and leaving the area.

The resident of the apartment told police that the outside pane of the double pane window broken. Damage was estimated at $150. NCSO stated that the charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief may be raised if the value of the window turns out to be more than $250.

Clark was charged by patrol and ordered to appear in Town of Lockport Court on Feb. 26.



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TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A Woodhaven Drive man told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies this afternoon that sometime in the last week, someone stole a toolbox and tools from the back of his truck.

The complainant said the Tuft toolbox and miscellaneous tools were taken sometime between Tuesday and noon today. He said the toolbox was secured under a cover on the bed of his pickup and could only be seen when the tailgate was open.

The man said he wasn't sure if the theft occurred while his truck was parked at his home or while he was elsewhere.

The total value of the toolbox and its' contents is approximately $1,000.

The investigation is closed pending new information.



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TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A 56-year-old Lockport woman was charged Saturday night with driving without a license after police saw her driving on the shoulder of Robinson Road.

Regina L. Grimball, 6343 Robinson Road, 3A, was seen traveling on the shoulder of the roadway while headed eastbound, according to the Niagara County Sheriff's Office.

When patrol stopped Grimball, she was found to be driving with a suspended license.

She was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and also found to have a bench warrant for her arrest in the City of Lockport.

She was given an appearance ticket for the license scoff and turned over to LPD.



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BATAVIA — Barbara Brem of Lockport was among 233 students from Genesee Community College named to the new Provost's List for the Fall 2014 semester.

The Provost's List was created to recognize part-time students who have earned a grade point average of 3.75 (roughly equivalent to an A) or better. Previously the college recognized these students on its Dean's List, which honors part-time and full-time students with a Grade Point Average of 3.50 to 3.74. Some part-time students who had earned a higher GPA had expressed disappointment that their stellar performance was going unrecognized.

"Part-time students often are juggling myriad responsibilities and often work that much harder to earn top scores," said Dr. Kathleen (Kate) Schiefen, GCC provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs. "We felt it made sense to recognize their achievements separately and applaud the outstanding contributions they make in our classrooms every day."

GCC will release its Dean's List, recognizing full-time and part-time students with a grade point average of 3.50 to 3.74 in the coming days.

With the main campus in Batavia, New York and six campus centers located in Albion, Arcade, Dansville, Lima, Medina and Warsaw, Genesee Community College serves more than 7,000 students. As part of the State University of New York (SUNY), GCC offers more than 60 academic programs and certificates.



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NEWFANE — A Ketchum Avenue man told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies on Friday that someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole several items.

The man said items taken included keys, CDs, a cell-phone charger, two jackets and a pair of pants. The theft occurred late Thursday or early Friday.

The man told patrol that a maintenance man at Eastern Niagara Hospital-Newfane had recovered several items which had been thrown into a dumpster, including the CDs, jackets and pants.

Patrol was checking surveillance cameras outside the hospital for possible suspect images as the investigation continues.



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"The Wolf is Coming" by Andrea Clare was the third-place winner of the 2013 Photography 
Exhibition. Market Street Art Studios is now accepting submissions for this year's.
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The Market Street Art Studios is accepting entries to be juried for the upcoming exhibition “Finding the Moment, an Exploration of Photography," to open on March 1.

Participants may submit up to three entries. There is a non-refundable entry fee of $30. All entries must be received no later than Feb. 6. The show will be judged and awards presented for first, second and third place.

The full prospectus can be downloaded from the Market Street Art Studios website (link) or picked up at the Market Street Art Studios, 247 Market St.



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East Niagara Post's Lockport Express video team put together a special two-part series focusing exclusively on last weekend's NA3EHL 2K15 Showcase Tournament held at Cornerstone CFCU Arena.

The special will allow those who missed out on the tourney to "catch up" with what people around town are talking about — and those who were there to relive it.

The first part of the series deals almost exclusively with the first day of the event, also known as "Lockport Express Day." It offers highlights from the press conference and one-on-one interviews with movers and shakers in Lockport, the arena, and the NA3EHL.

The first part can be seen below. The second part of the special edition will be available later this week on the ENP YouTube channel.





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