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NCCC plans to unveil redesigned Web site

SANBORN -- Niagara County Community College will unveil a redesigned and upgraded official Web site, www.niagaracc.suny.edu, on Monday.

The site has an engaging design, enhanced graphics and an all-new information architecture. It will more than meet the college's goal of reasserting its Web presence, providing easily accessible, well-structured information with a user-centric focus.

Features added to the site include increased audio and video content and links to NCCC's new Facebook and MySpace social media pages.

The launch of the site is the product of months of feedback and revisions. It will continue to evolve, school officials said.

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Nominating petitions for election due Tuesday

The deadline for nominating petitions for mayoral and trustee seats in the villages of Barker, Middleport and Wilson is Tuesday.

Barker and Middleport will both hold elections for the mayor's position and two trustee seats, all carrying two-year terms. Only the mayor's position is up for election in Wilson, which carries a four-year term. The elections will be held March 18.

There are no village elections slated for the villages of Youngstown or Lewiston this year.

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Tooth-whitening blitz to aid base's family center

NIAGARA FALLS -- For the third year, Advanced Dental Center of Niagara Falls is partnering with the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station to help local servicemen and women and their families.

Operation Whiter-Brighter once again will donate proceeds from the dental office's professional tooth-whitening procedures to the Family Support Center at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, where it will provide needed items to families of men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Contributors also may purchase $100 tooth-whitening gift certificates as gifts for friends and family. All of the money raised by Valentine's Day will be donated to the support center.

Advanced Dental Center is at 8430 Niagara Falls Blvd. To learn more, call 297-1711.

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