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The Buffalo News
Tiny seeds of rebirth coming to downtown LancasterLancaster’s old-timers remember the old red brick building with its stately tur
Tiny seeds of rebirth coming to downtown Lancaster
The Buffalo News / Posted 41 minutes ago
Lancaster’s old-timers remember the old red brick building with its stately turret that anchors the corner of West Main Street and Central Avenue as the Sugar Bowl, a candy and ice cream shop from the 1950s and ‘60s. Now home to a toy store on its... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
2 The Outdoors: Bonding with NatureEAST AURORA, NY - For many of the human species, the connection to nature becom
2 The Outdoors: Bonding with Nature
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 3 hours ago
EAST AURORA, NY - For many of the human species, the connection to nature becomes more distant with each moment and so our ability to bond with other life on the planet becomes difficult, if not impossible. But taking time to reconnect can enrich... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder to take new look at neighborhood parkingWith parking restricted on Spruce Street, Pine Street and Mapleton Avenue, comm
Boulder to take new look at neighborhood parking
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 6 hours ago
With parking restricted on Spruce Street, Pine Street and Mapleton Avenue, commuters have started parking north of Mapleton, and Boulder is working to expand the city's Neighborhood Parking Permit program to the blocks of Seventh, Eighth and Ninth... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Business calendar: Feb. 8-13Tuesday Business Group • BNI Professionals networking meeting: 6:30 a.m. Call
Business calendar: Feb. 8-13
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 hours ago
Tuesday Business Group • BNI Professionals networking meeting: 6:30 a.m. Call 523-6429 for information. Ramada Hotel & Conference Center, 2402 North Forest Road, Amherst. • BNI Executive Marketing Team breakfast meeting. 6:45 a.m. For information:... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County real estate transactions• 4 Sylvan Parkway, Paul Murray; Rustin Murray to Sweet Haven Farms, $162,500.
Erie County real estate transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 hours ago
• 4 Sylvan Parkway, Paul Murray; Rustin Murray to Sweet Haven Farms, $162,500. • 3+ Jackson St., Tara Holohan to Dana Lodestro, $144,500. • 863 Town Line Road, Beth Ann Brinson; David F. Luderman; Dolores R. Luderman; Paul L. Luderman to Kathryn S.... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Fall 2015 JCC Dean’s List AnnouncedAllegany: Geoffrey Dodd, Alisha Giardini, Joshua Harrington, Zachary Lippert, T
Fall 2015 JCC Dean’s List Announced
The Post-Journal / Posted 16 hours ago
Allegany: Geoffrey Dodd, Alisha Giardini, Joshua Harrington, Zachary Lippert, Travis Radomski Andover: Racheal Whitesell Angelica: Charlee Cobin, Chelsea Halbert, Mark Willson Ashville: Brelynn Abers, Laramie Ball, Amber Fisher, Mikayla Fuller,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
A sour twist on nutrition with fermented foodsRJ Marvin will be the first to admit he hardly serves as a portrait of perfect
A sour twist on nutrition with fermented foods
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
RJ Marvin will be the first to admit he hardly serves as a portrait of perfect health. He’s working on it. It hasn’t been easy to watch his weight during the last several years, what with graduating from the Erie Community College culinary arts... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Jeffrey Sgroi, West Seneca businessman, community advocateMarch 18, 1970 – Feb. 3, 2016 Jeffrey Sgroi, a West Seneca businessman and com
Jeffrey Sgroi, West Seneca businessman, community advocate
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
March 18, 1970 – Feb. 3, 2016 Jeffrey Sgroi, a West Seneca businessman and community advocate, died Wednesday after a short illness at a local hospital. He was 45. As chief financial officer and partner of Sgroi Financial LLC, he helped lead a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Feb. 6The Airport Bridge Club is offering what it calls a “big game guarantee.” If a
Duplicate Bridge: Feb. 6
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
The Airport Bridge Club is offering what it calls a “big game guarantee.” If a game fails to attract at least four full tables of players, the entry fee is only $2.50. The club also offers a discounted $2.50 fee for 299er pairs on Tuesday and 749er... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Garden NotesEast Aurora Garden Club will meet at noon Monday in St. Matthias Episcopal Chur
Garden Notes
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
East Aurora Garden Club will meet at noon Monday in St. Matthias Episcopal Church, Main and Maple streets, East Aurora. Parking is in the rear. Michael Bastine, Algonquin healer, elder and lecturer on Iroquois traditions, will present “The Native... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rich Family Foundation donates $500,000 to Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship FundThe Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarshi
Rich Family Foundation donates $500,000 to Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship Fund
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
The Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship Fund that assists graduates of Buffalo public and charter schools. The Say Yes grant was the biggest of three awards that the Rich foundation announced Thursday,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rich Family Foundation donates $500,000 to Say Yes BuffaloThe Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarshi
Rich Family Foundation donates $500,000 to Say Yes Buffalo
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
The Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship Fund that provides scholarships for graduates of Buffalo public and charter schools. The Say Yes grant was the biggest of three awards that the Rich foundation... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rich Family Foundation donates $1 millionThe Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarshi
Rich Family Foundation donates $1 million
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
The Rich Family Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship Fund that provides scholarships for graduates of Buffalo public and charter schools. The Say Yes grant was the biggest of three awards that the Rich foundation... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Good Neighbor and Fate Help Find Lost Dog After 4 MonthsEAST AURORA, NY- After four long months on the run, a dog is now back home with
Good Neighbor and Fate Help Find Lost Dog After 4 Months
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 3 days ago
EAST AURORA, NY- After four long months on the run, a dog is now back home with his family in East Aurora, thanks to one woman who was in the right place at the right time, and maybe a little fate, too. Susan and David Coulter and their three... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Panama Boys Move Up Two Spots In State Hoops PollThe Panama Panthers (15-2), fresh off claiming the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athle
Panama Boys Move Up Two Spots In State Hoops Poll
The Post-Journal / Posted 3 days ago
The Panama Panthers (15-2), fresh off claiming the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West title, moved from No. 15 to No. 13 in the Class D boys poll, while Franklinville (13-2) remains right behind Panama at No. 14. Brocton... Read more
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The Buffalo News
DNA on banana leads to arrest of pharmacy robbery suspectA suspect in the violent armed robbery of an East Aurora pharmacy last fall may
DNA on banana leads to arrest of pharmacy robbery suspect
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
A suspect in the violent armed robbery of an East Aurora pharmacy last fall may think long and hard before he eats another banana. Ryan Peltan, 30, a former East Aurora resident, is in custody in Ohio as a result of DNA testing on a banana that he... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Suspects in East Aurora pharmacy robbery caught in OhioThe search for two masked robbers who held up an East Aurora pharmacy and fled
Suspects in East Aurora pharmacy robbery caught in Ohio
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
The search for two masked robbers who held up an East Aurora pharmacy and fled with prescription pills last year has led to the arrest of two suspects in Ohio. One of those two men, Ryan Peltan, 30, formerly of East Aurora, is charged with armed... Read more
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The Buffalo News
High school standings, polls & leaders (Feb. 2)Boys basketball Msgr. Martin A League All Canisius 6-0 14-2 Park 4-1 12-1 T
High school standings, polls & leaders (Feb. 2)
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Boys basketball Msgr. Martin A League All Canisius 6-0 14-2 Park 4-1 12-1 Timon-St. Jude 5-2 10-7 St. Joe’s 2-4 7-9 St. Francis 2-4 8-9 Msgr. Martin B Walsh 4-2 13-3 St. Mary’s/Lanc. 6-3 14-4 Niagara Catholic 2-6 9-9 Cardinal O’Hara 1-6... Read more
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The Buffalo News
High school scores & schedule (Feb. 2)Boys basketball Monday’s games Yale Cup Division II City Honors 52, da Vinci
High school scores & schedule (Feb. 2)
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Boys basketball Monday’s games Yale Cup Division II City Honors 52, da Vinci 41 I-Prep/Grover 68, Olmsted 47 MST Seneca 76, Lafayette 44 Emerson 84, Buffalo Arts 60 Monsignor Martin Canisius 79, Cardinal O’Hara 41 Park 68, St. Francis... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Honor Roll for Feb. 1West Buffalo Charter School named Cynthia Baird Stark and Lee Pearce board of t
Honor Roll for Feb. 1
The Buffalo News / Posted 6 days ago
West Buffalo Charter School named Cynthia Baird Stark and Lee Pearce board of trustees members. Stark is an experienced volunteer, educator and community leader. After volunteering for two years at West Buffalo Charter School, Stark was nominated... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate Transactions• 13374 Broadway, Christine A. Kremer; Raymond P. Kremer to Woodview Place Alde
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
• 13374 Broadway, Christine A. Kremer; Raymond P. Kremer to Woodview Place Alden Holdings, $155,000. • Ald Fairview Drive, Beth Ann Brinson; David F. Luderman; Deloris E. Luderman; Paul L. Luderman to Aric Reichart; Christine M. Varney, $131,000. •... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Springville man issued criminal summons for having chickensA Springville man continues his fight for backyard chickens. This week, Seth W
Springville man issued criminal summons for having chickens
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 8 days ago
A Springville man continues his fight for backyard chickens. This week, Seth Wochensky, was issued another criminal summons from the Springville Village Court for having chickens in his backyard. “What's the harm is really the question,” Wochensky... Read more
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Daily Herald
West Aurora vs. East Aurora boys basketballThe East Aurora High School boys basketball team hosted rival West Aurora High
West Aurora vs. East Aurora boys basketball
Daily Herald / Posted 8 days ago
The East Aurora High School boys basketball team hosted rival West Aurora High School on Friday, Jan. 29, in Aurora. Guidelines: Keep it civil and on topic; no profanity, vulgarity, slurs or personal attacks. People who harass others or joke about... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Nancy Hill Jewett, artist and fundraiserJan. 3, 1921 – Jan. 22, 2016 Nancy Hill Jewett, an artist, businesswoman and f
Nancy Hill Jewett, artist and fundraiser
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
Jan. 3, 1921 – Jan. 22, 2016 Nancy Hill Jewett, an artist, businesswoman and fundraiser, died Friday in her Buffalo home. She was 95. Born in Buffalo, the former Nancy Hill grew up in East Aurora. She graduated from Oldfields School in Sparks... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 30The Airport Bridge Club has a weekly session of guided bidding and play at 7 p.
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 30
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
The Airport Bridge Club has a weekly session of guided bidding and play at 7 p.m. Tuesdays, and next week starts a new 10-week series of lessons for beginners at 7 p.m. Thursday. Call 603-6943. The club also offers extra points at its pairs game at... Read more
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Daily Herald
Schools' requests for low-interest money far exceed availability; Aurora, Wheaton-Warrenville have appliedAlmost 200 school districts in the state are seeking permission to use a low-in
Schools' requests for low-interest money far exceed availability; Aurora, Wheaton-Warrenville have applied
Daily Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Almost 200 school districts in the state are seeking permission to use a low-interest way of borrowing $2.36 billion for school repairs, renovations and construction. But Illinois has authority to allocate only $495 million, ensuring many of the 193... Read more
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Artvoice
Part SixAmericana (installation proposal sketch) by Caitlin Cass Just in time for the
Part Six
Artvoice / Posted 10 days ago
Americana (installation proposal sketch) by Caitlin Cass Just in time for the Bills’ post-regular-season quiet contemplational period—undisturbed by any unseemly playoffs commotion—artist Joan Linder’s ink and pencil portraits of some players and... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Vidler’s 5&10 loses out on free Super Bowl spotVidler’s 5&10 in East Aurora won’t get to shine during the Super Bowl. Death W
Vidler’s 5&10 loses out on free Super Bowl spot
The Buffalo News / Posted 10 days ago
Vidler’s 5&10 in East Aurora won’t get to shine during the Super Bowl. Death Wish Coffee Co. in Roundlake, N.Y., won the free 30-second commercial worth an estimated $4.5 million. Vidler’s was one of three finalists in Intuit Quickbooks’ annual... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
WNY Weather History2000: A low pressure system brought snowfall totals up to about a foot, mainly
WNY Weather History
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 11 days ago
2000: A low pressure system brought snowfall totals up to about a foot, mainly for the Southern Tier: Springwater 13"; Strykersville 12"; Colden 9", Arkwright 8"; and Perrysburg 7". January 14 1950: Gusty winds injured 8 people with gusts up to... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Paladino heading local effort to aid Trump in New HampshireWestern New York supporters of Donald Trump will be busing through the snows of
Paladino heading local effort to aid Trump in New Hampshire
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
Western New York supporters of Donald Trump will be busing through the snows of New Hampshire next week to support his presidential bid in a caravan organized by businessman Carl P. Paladino and two area assemblymen. Paladino will be joined by... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Edward W. Barber, horseman, master woodworkerJan. 31, 1943 – Jan. 23, 2016 Edward W. Barber, of Clarence, a horseman and ma
Edward W. Barber, horseman, master woodworker
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
Jan. 31, 1943 – Jan. 23, 2016 Edward W. Barber, of Clarence, a horseman and master woodworker, died Saturday in Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga, after a six-month battle with cancer. He was 72. Born in Buffalo, he was a graduate of Kenmore East High... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate Transactions• 37 Shepard Ave., John H. McCollister; Marlene L. McCollister to Kyle M. Roger
Erie County Real Estate Transactions
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
• 37 Shepard Ave., John H. McCollister; Marlene L. McCollister to Kyle M. Rogers, $155,000. • 72 John St., Tammy Messmer to Robin E. Woodruff, $140,000. • 168 East Ave., Shawn M. Witkowski to Samuel Villafranca; Terri Lynn Villafranca, $133,000. •... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Ronald E. Deinhart, longtime National Guard mechanicFeb. 3, 1936 – Jan. 8, 2016 Ronald E. Deinhart, 79, a master mechanic who was
Ronald E. Deinhart, longtime National Guard mechanic
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
Feb. 3, 1936 – Jan. 8, 2016 Ronald E. Deinhart, 79, a master mechanic who was with the National Guard for 49 years, died Jan. 8 at Aurora Park Nursing Home in East Aurora following a lengthy illness. Mr. Deinhart earned an automotive repair diploma... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 23The Buffalo Winter Sectional Tournament continues with pairs games at 10:30 a.m
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 23
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
The Buffalo Winter Sectional Tournament continues with pairs games at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. today, Saturday, Jan. 23, in the Main-Transit Fire Hall, 6777 Main St., Amherst, and concludes at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, with Swiss teams. For info,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
100 Things Western New Yorkers should do at least once: Eat a beef on weckA kümmelweck roll. Get that umlaut in there. “Kümmel” is caraway. You say it “
100 Things Western New Yorkers should do at least once: Eat a beef on weck
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
A kümmelweck roll. Get that umlaut in there. “Kümmel” is caraway. You say it “kimmel,” which is why you often see it spelled “kimmelweck.” However you spell it, the word is getting out that this homey German tavern sandwich, more mysterious to... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Ice hockey and butterflies in East AuroraHockey players like to be rough and tough, but some of the smallest players wil
Ice hockey and butterflies in East Aurora
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
Hockey players like to be rough and tough, but some of the smallest players will be looking at catching butterflies at a tournament in East Aurora Saturday. The Aurora Ice Association will be remembering one of its players, Katie Durkin, at its Mite... Read more
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The Buffalo News
On the Record: Jan. 23, 2016Hires/Honors/Promotions ENTOCS LLC elected Dr. Michael Cipolla to its governin
On the Record: Jan. 23, 2016
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
Hires/Honors/Promotions ENTOCS LLC elected Dr. Michael Cipolla to its governing board. Cipolla joins Dr. David Sherris and Dr. James Chmiel in this capacity, managing a group of clinically integrated physicians. The office is located at 3950 East... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Storm shortens Buffalonians’ sojourn in D.C. for ‘March for Life’WASHINGTON – Friday’s “March for Life” became a breakfast for life – and a “vir
Storm shortens Buffalonians’ sojourn in D.C. for ‘March for Life’
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
WASHINGTON – Friday’s “March for Life” became a breakfast for life – and a “virtual march” conducted on buses heading northward – for nearly 300 people from Buffalo. A caravan of buses organized by the Diocese of Buffalo arrived in D.C. Thursday and... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 9The Airport Bridge Club will award extra points at all of its 11 a.m. games dur
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 9
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
The Airport Bridge Club will award extra points at all of its 11 a.m. games during the coming week. Supervised play for beginners and novices will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The club will offer lunch with games at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Martin Luther... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 16The Buffalo Winter Sectional Tournament takes place Friday to Jan. 24 in the Ma
Duplicate Bridge: Jan. 16
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
The Buffalo Winter Sectional Tournament takes place Friday to Jan. 24 in the Main-Transit Fire Hall, 6777 Main St., Amherst. Pairs games will be held at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Friday and next Saturday. A Swiss team game on Jan. 24 begins at 10:30... Read more
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Artvoice
Letters to ArtvoiceTHE ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART SALE These are my thoughts regarding the impending sale
Letters to Artvoice
Artvoice / Posted 16 days ago
THE ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART SALE These are my thoughts regarding the impending sale of the masterpieces from the collection of Buffalo’s gallery, the AKAG, formerly known as the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. I’m aware that most decisions made by... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Dr. Joseph R. Gerbasi, transplant surgeon at ECMCJune 30, 1934 – Jan. 16, 2016 Dr. Joseph Roy Gerbasi, of East Aurora, former d
Dr. Joseph R. Gerbasi, transplant surgeon at ECMC
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
June 30, 1934 – Jan. 16, 2016 Dr. Joseph Roy Gerbasi, of East Aurora, former director of transplant surgery at Erie County Medical Center, died Saturday in Father Baker Manor, Orchard Park. He was 81. Born in Niagara Falls, he attended LaSalle High... Read more
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AdWeek
Intuit Picks Phenomenon as Its New Brand Agency of RecordIntuit, the software company behind TurboTax and QuickBooks, has chosen Los Ang
Intuit Picks Phenomenon as Its New Brand Agency of Record
AdWeek / Posted 17 days ago
Intuit, the software company behind TurboTax and QuickBooks, has chosen Los Angeles' Phenomenon as the marketing agency of record for its corporate brand after a three-month creative review. The company may be best known for its "Small Business, Big... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Reporters’ NotebookOLAF FUB SEZ: An observation from comedian George Burns, born on this date in 1
Reporters’ Notebook
The Buffalo News / Posted 18 days ago
OLAF FUB SEZ: An observation from comedian George Burns, born on this date in 1896, “You know you’re getting old when you stoop to tie your shoelaces and wonder what else you could do while you’re down there.” RAISE A CUP – The 257th birthday of... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Wilton
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - Wilton / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Canaan
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - New Canaan / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Darien
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - Darien / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Norwalk
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - Norwalk / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Danbury
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - Danbury / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield CountyFAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will
State Adds 2 Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Serve Faifield County
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted 19 days ago
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Two new Medical Marijuana dispensary facilities will be opening on the Fairfield County border to better serve this population of patients, Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner Jonathan A. Harris announced last... Read more
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