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Mia Summerson

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Covers:  All happenings in North Tonawanda and Wheatfield, Niagara County Arts and Entertainment.
Doesn't Cover: Very few things are off limits.

Reporter at @NiagaraGazette chronicling life in North Tonawanda. Occasional photog, sporadic columnist, "Game of Thrones" enthusiast.

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Biography

I'm currently working as the North Tonawanda/Wheatfield reporter at the Niagara Gazette, covering city government, cops, courts, news features and breaking news. Additionally, I'm the editor of the Gazette's Night and Day section, which covers topics related to Niagara County arts and entertainme...

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Nov 20, 2017

The hub will be back in NT from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 20 at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 265 Falconer St.  https://twitter.com/niagaragazette/status/932607047601983494 

Nov 19, 2017

#DirectPrimaryCare is the “new old” way of paying doctors for their services without insurance. Dr. Susan Wiepert, of Purely Pediatrics, charges $39 monthly per child for all basic medical care, which she said covers “everything I can do under this roof.” https://t.co/QsAhCZJGGZ

Nov 18, 2017

Mr. DelGaudio donated 24 turkeys. Pantry coordinators said that makes him their second biggest donor after Tops, providing enough to feed about a quarter of the city’s families who depend on the pantry to fill their tables during the holidays. https://t.co/7rmxF4KFb4

Nov 17, 2017

RT @NiagaraGazette: The abandoned building at 301 Payne Ave. in North Tonawanda will be the latest property to get a facelift as part o…

Nov 17, 2017

Wiepert said she’s not rebelling against the insurance industry. Instead she’s “trying to find a better way” to both provide and pay for health care. https://t.co/ijMLKQehrf

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