Niagara Falls News

From a MarketWired press release: Few things evoke the holidays as powerfully as a good lights display. And the Winter Festival of Lights at Niagara Falls is about as spectacular as they come. Boasting more than 3 million lights and 125 animated displays, this annual event, now in its 33rd year, will attract thousands of […]

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Graham on November 20th, 2015

From the Niagara Falls Review: Expect to see some multi-million dollar changes taking place near the top of Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls. Older buildings like the Comfort Inn are slated for demolition, businesses like Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum and Kelsey’s Restaurant are being renovated or expanded, and new interactive entertainment features are […]

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From Time Warner Cable News: The space on 310 Rainbow Boulevard in Niagara Falls is the projected home of a future six-story, mixed use development, but as it stands today, it’s still just empty undeveloped space. “It’s a large project it’s a very complex project and it’s taking considerably longer than anyone had anticipated to […]

Continue reading about Hamister Project in Niagara Falls Expected to Move Forward Soon

From the Niagara Gazette: As I’ve said before, and I say again because it bears repeating, talk to almost any senior Niagara Falls, New York resident with a good memory, or any expatriate, anyone who has moved away but who still harbors grand memories of their beloved, albeit forsaken hometown, inevitably the subject of fine […]

Continue reading about BRADBERRY: Niagara’s rich history, right under our noses, feet

Graham on November 19th, 2015

From the Niagara Falls Review: When he worked for Molson’s, Gord Slater recalls a time when people were shocked the brewer offered six different brands of beer. Beer is beer, they said. It’s all supposed to taste the same. But he knew there was a whole world of suds waiting to be tapped. When he […]

Continue reading about Craft beer makes for ‘funky’ fest

Graham on November 18th, 2015

From the Vanmeer Free Press: The Vanmeer Free Press has confirmed the Comfort Inn on Clifton Hill Niagara Falls is closing it’s doors on October 12th, putting up to 50 people out of work, some people will be given jobs in other areas within the parent company officials say. The Inn is one by Hoco […]

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Graham on November 18th, 2015

From the Niagara Falls Review: Those who want to develop a new entertainment complex attached to Fallsview Casino will be able to make their bids starting this fall, according to Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati. Diodati said he was told by Ontario Lottery and Gaming that the provincial Crown corporation plans to open up the […]

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From the Buffalo News: Niagara Falls tourism is improving with each turn of the page. Whether that assessment is reached through the observations of small business owners or through hard data collected by the tourism promotion agency for Niagara Falls, this is a story whose chapters are looking more and more promising. There is the […]

Continue reading about Hard work is paying off in Niagara Falls with an uptick for businesses that depend on tourists

Graham on November 17th, 2015

If you haven’t heard about this, you still have time… If you are a Niagara resident, you can go to the top of the Skylon Tower for free until Friday. We went up as a family this past Saturday, and it was pretty easy. We walked in with our kids. Both my wife and I […]


Graham on November 17th, 2015

From the Niagara Falls Review: Continued, targeted marketing — and an influx of visiting seniors — should help Niagara Falls get through tourism’s typical off season, Wayne Thomson says. The chairman of Niagara Falls Tourism said his agency, Tourism Partnership of Niagara and Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation are ramping up their fall marketing campaign, […]

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