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2014/04/24 20:18
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Lisa Rivieccio had the proof she needed: Videotape showed water gushing out of storm drains on Buckingham Place. "That was just frightening," she said. "People could say, 'What do you mean it's coming...
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2014/04/24 16:55
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GLOVERSVILLE - The city may try to sell the land where the former Independent Leather facility was previously located on South Main and Hill streets, officials said at the Common Council meeting...
2014/04/24 12:40
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2014/04/24 05:33
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The District Parent Coordinating Council got what it wanted Wednesday night without anyone getting arrested or anyone having to camp out all night in front of the Buffalo Board of Education’s City...
2014/04/24 02:33
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LOCKPORT – Faced with a pothole disaster it lacks the money to solve, the City of Lockport is seriously considering closing streets because of the winter damage. “We really need to close certain...
2014/04/24 01:33
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OLEAN – Two bond resolutions were approved by the Olean City Common Council on Tuesday night, placing the city in position to borrow nearly $5 million to be spent on two pieces of equipment and road...
2014/04/23 19:55
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GLOVERSVILLE - After 27 years of service and working up the ranks to fire chief, Beth Whitman-Putnam announced at the Common Council meeting Tuesday she will retire at the end of June. "The fire...
2014/04/23 19:41
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The award is given yearly to police or fire officials who contribute to the community. He served three terms on the Common Council and is the vice chairman of the senior center building committee. He...
2014/04/23 19:21
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The leader of a grassroots group opposed to a casino on the outskirts of Albany, New York issued a statement today criticizing Mayor Kathy Sheehan and David Flaum, the lead developer of the project...
2014/04/23 16:01
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GLOVERSVILLE - The Common Council on Tuesday unanimously approved borrowing nearly $1.4 million to purchase new vehicles for the city Transit and Fire departments. In August, the city decided, after...
2014/04/23 16:01
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JOHNSTOWN - Elected, unpaid city Water Board members want to be paid. Board President Nicholas Cannizzo Sr. and Vice President John Pradelski asked the Common Council on Monday to approve pay for the...
2014/04/23 15:38
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Franklin Mayor Steve Olson (right) at Tuesday night's meeting. The Rock Sports Complex CEO Mike Zimmerman responded to Franklin’s rejection of his proposed baseball stadium financing deal with a 2:51...
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2014/04/23 13:41
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MIDDLETOWN — School officials at a budget hearing Tuesday night said cuts in the board of education budget could lead to increased class sizes. The board is requesting a $78.83 million allocation...
2014/04/23 10:33
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LOCKPORT – The city’s Fire Board voted Tuesday to take one of the city’s two ambulances out of service and reduce the number of firefighters working on each shift, with both moves to take effect May...
2014/04/23 04:48
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After tabling a vote on a proposal to restict the number of pets owners in the City of Oneida could have to four pets per household, the Common Council has now decided that legislation meant to curb...
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2014/04/23 03:57
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There's a renewed effort to clean up South Bend's City Cemetery, one of the most historic sites in Michiana. The headstones are engraved with familiar names, like Studebaker, Sample, and Colfax,...
2014/04/23 03:53
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MILWAUKEE-- A proposed city ordinance could ban "puppy mills" in the City of Milwaukee. "Mass breeding facilities don't take into account the social, emotional, and physical needs of animals as...
2014/04/23 02:33
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A charter school’s plan to move from the King Urban Life Center on Buffalo’s East Side and into a vacant school two and a half miles away appears headed for a Common Council vote, and it seems likely...
2014/04/23 02:33
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LOCKPORT – The next Lockport fire chief will be one of three veteran officers, as the young officer whose candidacy sparked a lawsuit failed to score high enough on a civil service exam. Luca...
2014/04/22 23:25
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When it leaves your home, where does the recycling go? WAUKESHA - It's something many of us do every single day: recycle. But just what happens when that recycling bin leaves your home? For Waukesha...
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