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Disabled or elderly Lewiston residents who can't drive can have town police pick up unwanted medications from their home under a new program. The department will offer pickups, by appointment, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the 15th of each month. Appointments must be made a week prior to the pickup date, the department said in a Facebook post. Those interested should cal…

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Lewiston police have charged a 25-year-old Town of Niagara man with leaving the scene of an accident that took the life of Lorne Jacobs more than six years ago on the Tuscarora Reservation. "We made a promise to the family when this first occurred that this is something we would never give up on, and I know that we have kept that promise," Lewiston Police Chief Frank Pr…

LEWISTON – The man who was killed in a construction accident Tuesday at St.Peter's Roman Catholic Church and School was identified today as Timothy Zayac, 56, of Lockport. Lewiston Police said Zayac, an employee of B&T Construction in Niagara Falls, died after he became trapped on a construction lift at 140 N. Sixth St. in the village of Lewiston. The victim was …

Fliers related to white supremacist topics were found earlier this week in the driveways of more than a dozen homes in Lewiston, according to town police. Lewiston Police Chief Frank Previte said the fliers were distributed sometime between late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. They were found at properties on Mohawk Street, Chicora Road and Lower River Ro…