BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — The library at the North Park Junior High School is named after Aaron Moselle. It happened recently – the Niagara County Historical Society wanted the school renamed after him but settled for the library. “He just really so much was for education,” said Melissa Dunlap, the executive director of the Niagara County Historical Society. As an education advocate and prominent business owner, Moselle began fighting for equal rights in the early 1870s.
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) — The falls look different every day in every season. When the temperatures drop, the mist which lands on the trees and rocks around the falls, freezes, creating the illusion that the falls have frozen. Thousands of people want to see the falls like this – there was 404% increase in visitors there last weekend, checking them out.
WHEATFIELD, N.Y. (WIVB) — Walking through the SPCA in Niagara County, animals look back through the cages, many of their eyes showing a glimpse in what their former lives were like, the paperwork, explaining it a bit more. “You never get used to seeing that abuse,” said Amy Lewis, the Niagara County SPCA director. Lewis has learned different ways to cope with seeing abuse and neglect.
In 1876, Lockport schools were among the first in the state to integrate. Ahead on #News4at4 we're learning about the man who lead the historical civil rights movement which changed education in our region
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