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2015/03/31 18:03
2015/03/31 18:03
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Linda A. Dobmeier has been appointed chairwoman of the Buffalo State College Council by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. Dobmeier is vice president of Dobmeier Janitor Supply Inc. and a past chairwoman of the...
2015/03/31 18:03
2015/03/31 18:03
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2015/03/30 20:33
2015/03/30 20:33
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Evelyn Lieberman, a 1966 graduate of SUNY Buffalo State College who was the first woman to serve as White House deputy chief of staff, will return to her alma mater Wednesday to present “This American...
2015/03/30 15:56
2015/03/30 15:56
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Mrs. Dorothea S. Wohlgemuth, 100, of Canajoharie, New York, passed away peacefully early Saturday, March 28, 2015. Born on March 5, 1915, in Little Falls, NY, she was the daughter of Daniel Sullivan...
2015/03/29 19:14
2015/03/29 19:14
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The body was discovered at around 1 p.m. and was not immediately identified, according to the source. Recovery workers didn't immediately remove the corpse from the scene. Two men have been reported...
2015/03/26 01:41
2015/03/26 01:41
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Just remember what happened to the last Attorney Genereal to run away with the governorship. Coppola Runs Again It was not exactly a standing-room-only crowd at the First Amendment Club on Monday...
2015/03/26 01:41
2015/03/26 01:41
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American civilization has its perfect expression in Union Road, in the entirety of its run from Orchard Park to Williamsville. Union Road is a succession of strip malls that link the marquee suburbs...
2015/03/25 01:41
2015/03/25 01:41
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I am happy to join with the editor of Governing magazine, a native Chicagoan and, like me, a former Chicago beat reporter, in reading Census data correctly and in reporting on public transit...
2015/03/24 11:40
2015/03/24 11:40
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June 12, 1947 – March 21, 2015 Lynne S. Shiesley, a devoted mother and wife and realtor and real estate broker employed by Hunt Real Estate for more than 25 years, died Saturday in Cheektowaga. She...
2015/03/24 03:33
2015/03/24 03:33
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Gregory G. Wickett, born and raised in Hamburg, wanted to be a police officer for as long as he can remember. He took the civil service test years ago and kept calling then-Police Chief Mathew J....
2015/03/20 20:03
2015/03/20 20:03
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The business development office of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus will host a free public event Saturday to educate and link entrepreneurs of all stripes to the various business development...
2015/03/18 17:00
2015/03/18 17:00
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With creativity becoming a commodity that so many people trade on, it’s more important than ever to have ideas constantly flowing. But are these creative careers only available to the gifted few? Not...
2015/03/17 14:48
2015/03/17 14:48
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Throughout the one-day interactive papermaking and printmaking demonstration, the public will be able to make paper from maple leaves, blue jeans and flannel shirts donated by Adirondack Maple sugar...
2015/03/17 01:33
2015/03/17 01:33
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Making a fateful choice Ryan was never an A student, but his early academic performance was decent despite a troubled disciplinary history. He was a solid B student when he left Early Childhood...
2015/03/15 21:33
2015/03/15 21:33
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It’s a bit early for the political season to begin in Buffalo, but perennial candidate Samuel A. Herbert says he has been waiting for four years – ever since being defeated in the 2011 Common Council...
2015/03/12 21:03
2015/03/12 21:03
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July 26, 1940 – March 4, 2015 Robert W. Laskie of Amherst, a career educator and longtime Hilbert College vice president, died March 4 in Roswell Park Cancer Institute. He was 74. Born in Rochester,...
2015/03/12 15:40
2015/03/12 15:40
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A superintendent who has led the Niagara Wheatfield and Alden school districts will take over the leadership of Erie 1 BOCES in July. The Erie 1 BOCES Board of Education officially named Lynn M....
2015/03/12 15:03
2015/03/12 15:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - - There wasn't always a bridge connecting Staten Island to Brooklyn and New Jersey and there weren't always cluttered streets full of townhouses and pot holes. In fact, many of...
2015/03/10 01:33
2015/03/10 01:33
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July 1, 1923 – March 7, 2015 Catherine Foley of Getzville, a retired registered nurse, died Saturday at her residence at Weinberg Campus in Getzville after a short illness. She was 91. Born...
2015/03/09 14:42
2015/03/09 14:42
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Here’s a press release from Rita Yelda from Food and Water Watch: Buffalo, New York – On Monday, March 9 at 7 p.m. Jon Bowermaster will be presenting a sneak peek of his new film “Dear President...
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2015/03/08 00:24
2015/03/08 00:24
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Friday night at Jamestown Community College's Physical Education Complex, there weren't many to be found for Randolph's two leading scorers. No. 1 Middle Early College, the 2014 Class C state...
2015/03/31 18:03
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