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The State of New York opened to gay marriage. The long-awaited day has arrived Sunday for hundreds of couples who have been able to say "yes" in the shadow of the Empire State Building. The first marriage was celebrated at midnight, at
Gay-rights activists Kitty Lambert and Cheryle Rudd were legally married the very first moment they could be during a midnight ceremony at Niagara Falls After fighting for so long in New York for our equality, at last we are able
Two women, both grandmothers, on Sunday became the first same-sex couples who marry in the state of New York, Niagara Falls in the background for this historical event. Kitty Lambert, 54, and Cheryl Rudd, 53, of Buffalo,
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The most recent outbreak of the antibiotic-resistant bacteria, C. difficile, has claimed more than a dozen lives in the Niagara region in the last two weeks and hospital officials in the region are urgently working to quell the spread of illness. A
June 25, 2011 Nik Wallenda of the famed Flying Wallendas circus and stunt performers hopes to walk over Niagara Falls on a tightrope...Right now, it's illegal to walk across the landmark on a high-wire. This week, the state legislature passed a bill
AP A Canadian helicopter pilot has been being hailed as a hero after mounting a daring weekend rescue, plucking two New York policemen from their stranded boat in swirling waters just above Niagara Falls...It was a desperate situation for them,"
Former Niagara guard Emilio Zeke Sinicola, who went on to play two seasons with the NBA's Fort Wayne Pistons, has died after a brief illness...Niagara announced Tuesday that Sinicola died at the Veterans Administration Hospital in his native New York
Video Video Video French winemakers have a word for wine's ability to convey a sense of place: terroir. A few years ago, the esteemed American wine writer Matt Kramer, in classic south-of-the-border fashion, attempted to Americanize the term so that
Ontario was paying other jurisdictions to take its electricity on Earth Day. "That's the way we celebrate Earth Day in Ontario," energy consultant Tom Adams of tomadamsenergy.com said Monday...Easter weekend was at its traditional low, so the