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The Buffalo News
Niagara Q&A: Art teacher adds color to village storefrontWILSON – Colorful, quirky and fresh, Wilson’s new laundromat doesn’t hang its w
Niagara Q&A: Art teacher adds color to village storefront
The Buffalo News / Posted an hour ago
WILSON – Colorful, quirky and fresh, Wilson’s new laundromat doesn’t hang its wash to dry, but it does hang art to share. Step inside the Wilson Village Launderette at 235 Young St. and you’ll see that the new nautical blue walls are lined with... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo State police arrest man in sexual assaultA Buffalo State College student was charged early Friday with attempted sexual
Buffalo State police arrest man in sexual assault
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
A Buffalo State College student was charged early Friday with attempted sexual assault after police said he entered the dorm room of a young woman and forcibly touched her. The incident was reported just before 3:30 a.m. Friday in Porter Hall where... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Bulletin Board for Aug. 28BASEBALL: The NYS American Legion Champion West Seneca Post 735 will hold an op
Bulletin Board for Aug. 28
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
BASEBALL: The NYS American Legion Champion West Seneca Post 735 will hold an open tryout on Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. Any interested players may contact coach Karl Malkowski at 208-1671 for more information. ... North Tonawanda Nighthawks Travel Baseball... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Sister Mary Walz, SSJ, longtime educatorOct. 1, 1942– Aug. 24, 2015 Sister Mary Walz, a sister of St. Joseph for 53 ye
Sister Mary Walz, SSJ, longtime educator
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
Oct. 1, 1942– Aug. 24, 2015 Sister Mary Walz, a sister of St. Joseph for 53 years and longtime educator, died Monday at Roswell Park Cancer Institute after an 18-year battle with leukemia. She was 72. A native of Buffalo, she earned a bachelor’s... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rosaline C. Tabone, longtime home economics teacherNov. 11, 1936 – Aug.15, 2015 NIAGARA FALLS – Rosaline C. Tabone, a longtime ho
Rosaline C. Tabone, longtime home economics teacher
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
Nov. 11, 1936 – Aug.15, 2015 NIAGARA FALLS – Rosaline C. Tabone, a longtime home economics teacher in the Niagara Falls School District , died Saturday in Elderwood at Grand Island Nursing Home. She was 78. Born in Buffalo, Ms. Tabone attended... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB receives SUNY awards for research in arts and humanitiesUB is among 14 SUNY campuses awarded $160,000 for projects supported by the SUN
UB receives SUNY awards for research in arts and humanities
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 16 days ago
UB is among 14 SUNY campuses awarded $160,000 for projects supported by the SUNY Arts and Humanities (AAH) Network of Excellence, which fosters student and faculty research by encouraging collaboration and engagement among SUNY campuses in responding... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Coppola instrumental in GSE’s involvement with local school districtsIf the measure of a person is the connections he makes with others, consider th
Coppola instrumental in GSE’s involvement with local school districts
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 16 days ago
If the measure of a person is the connections he makes with others, consider these endorsements and recognitions about Vincent J. Coppola, a beloved career educator many credit with establishing the foundation for UB’s mission to make a difference in... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Stamford Campus NotesCollege graduate Ian Huntoon of Stamford recently graduated from Buffalo State
Stamford Campus Notes
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
College graduate Ian Huntoon of Stamford recently graduated from Buffalo State College with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice. Dean’s list The following Stamford residents were named to the dean’s list at Union College in... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Ruth Lampe, Parkside neighborhood leader, teacherOct. 19, 1942 – Aug. 8, 2015 Ruth E. Lampe, a neighborhood leader and English
Ruth Lampe, Parkside neighborhood leader, teacher
The Buffalo News / Posted 21 days ago
Oct. 19, 1942 – Aug. 8, 2015 Ruth E. Lampe, a neighborhood leader and English teacher in Buffalo schools, died Saturday in Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga. She was 72. Born in Storm Lake, Iowa, and raised on a farm, she moved to Buffalo in 1970 when... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Janina A. Block, former Buffalo Public Schools teacher and passionate volunteerMay 30. 1946 – July 22, 2015 Janina A. Block of Buffalo, a former Buffalo Publ
Janina A. Block, former Buffalo Public Schools teacher and passionate volunteer
The Buffalo News / Posted 23 days ago
May 30. 1946 – July 22, 2015 Janina A. Block of Buffalo, a former Buffalo Public Schools teacher and a longtime volunteer, died July 22 in Hospice Buffalo in Cheektowaga following a two-year battle with colon cancer. She was 69. Born Janina Shaffer... Read more
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Artvoice
Mayor Brown Announces Latest New Film Production in Buffalo, Extras NeededThe following is a press release about the latest film production happening in
Mayor Brown Announces Latest New Film Production in Buffalo, Extras Needed
Artvoice / Posted 23 days ago
The following is a press release about the latest film production happening in our city. Since I’m always happy to highlight the exciting work of Buffalo artists and keep readers informed about events in our filmmaking community I thought it would be... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Graduate donates $2 million to Buffalo State CollegeA 1972 alumna is giving more than $2 million to her alma mater, SUNY Buffalo St
Graduate donates $2 million to Buffalo State College
The Buffalo News / Posted 26 days ago
A 1972 alumna is giving more than $2 million to her alma mater, SUNY Buffalo State College. Michele Fairchild Marko has made two planned gifts to the college – $650,000 for the Siena Program and $1.5 million for the International Center for Studies... Read more
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Artvoice
Time FliesThis week marks the 20th anniversary of Artvoice. I hope you enjoy flipping thr
Time Flies
Artvoice / Posted 27 days ago
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Artvoice. I hope you enjoy flipping through the pages and the memories as much as we enjoyed creating the paper all these years. Many things have changed since we began: the Lexington Food Coop was actually on... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Donald H. Dayer, East Aurora teacher, historianOct. 6, 1923 - July 23, 2015 Donald Harvey Dayer, a teacher, historian and Eas
Donald H. Dayer, East Aurora teacher, historian
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Oct. 6, 1923 - July 23, 2015 Donald Harvey Dayer, a teacher, historian and East Aurora community leader, died July 23 at Absolut Care of Aurora Park after a brief illness. He was 91. Born in Buffalo, Mr. Dayer was a graduate of Burgard Vocational... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Traffic, environmental reviews delay student housing project at Buffalo StateHoping to move forward with its planned new multi-phase student housing project
Traffic, environmental reviews delay student housing project at Buffalo State
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
Hoping to move forward with its planned new multi-phase student housing project for Buffalo State College, Greenleaf Development is still pursuing a series of municipal approvals, despite some setbacks in the process that will force it to wait until... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
How Post-Collegiate Life In Scandinavia Compares To The U.S.In any discussion of quality-of-life policies, Scandinavian countries inevitabl
How Post-Collegiate Life In Scandinavia Compares To The U.S.
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
In any discussion of quality-of-life policies, Scandinavian countries inevitably come up. For many years, countries like Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden have been held up as examples of near utopian societies where citizens enjoy free... Read more

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