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2015/03/28 11:21
2015/03/28 11:21
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The Genesee Community College softball team opened Western New York Athletic Conference play on Thursday afternoon with a two-game sweep of visiting Alfred State College. Alishia Foss pitched well in...
2015/03/28 11:21
2015/03/28 11:21
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2015/03/26 14:43
2015/03/26 14:43
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Cuomo found guilty by BTF It was a former chief judge of the New York Court of Appeals who opined, ex cathedrally, that a determined prosecuting attorney can obtain a grand jury indictment of a ham...
2015/03/21 14:33
2015/03/21 14:33
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Karla Vandenbergh, 37, is an acupuncturist who lives on the West Side. As a small business owner expecting her first child this year, she can’t afford dental insurance. She has found a brighter smile...
2015/03/21 02:33
2015/03/21 02:33
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Early spring training There is no doubt that Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz’s nominee for social services commissioner was well prepped to answer some the hard-hitting questions Thursday when...
2015/03/20 21:33
2015/03/20 21:33
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Aug. 27, 1934 – March 17, 2015 Daniel L. Kaye of Williamsville, a retired Buffalo attorney, died Tuesday at Brothers of Mercy in Clarence after a short illness. He was 80. Born in Buffalo and a...
2015/03/20 01:33
2015/03/20 01:33
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SUNY Buffalo State wants to ease its dormitory space crunch by converting two buildings that house offices and classrooms back into dormitories, as they originally were designed. While the college has...
2015/03/19 18:30
2015/03/19 18:30
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The road to the human genome started in Buffalo, so it was fitting that more than 320 seventh- and eighth-graders from the Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) took part in Genome Day on Tuesday as part of...
2015/03/19 05:24
2015/03/19 05:24
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The 2015 STEM Wars competition kicked off with a bang, boasting activities like bridge building, mousetrap cars, a Rube Goldberg machine, a video competition, robotic soccer and more. The program...
2015/03/13 04:03
2015/03/13 04:03
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For those who don’t think science is cool, consider this: Nearly 400 Buffalo middle school students are scheduled to travel to First Niagara Center next week to learn about hockey. The science of...
2015/03/12 04:33
2015/03/12 04:33
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Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz introduced Al Dirschberger as his nominee for county social services commissioner during a news conference Wednesday. Dirschberger, 51, currently serves as...
2015/03/11 01:33
2015/03/11 01:33
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April 19, 1944 – March 5, 2015 Gerald E. Hochreiter, who spent more than three decades working in the field of career and vocational education, died Thursday in his Brockport home. He was 70. Born...
2015/03/11 01:03
2015/03/11 01:03
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As a teenager, Brendan Alleyne picked up an unwanted label – high school dropout. Eleven years later, he earned a far more impressive title – doctor. One thing’s certain about Dr. Brendan Alleyne....
2015/03/08 03:03
2015/03/08 03:03
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Schenectady County Community College walked away with both the men’s and women’s team titles and won five of the six individual events in the National Junior College Athletic Association bowling...
2015/03/05 13:21
2015/03/05 13:21
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The student exhibits troubling behavior — whether it be missing class, forgetting books or failing to finalize financial aid arrangements. The professor flags that behavior in a piece of software,...
2015/03/05 05:33
2015/03/05 05:33
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For many high schoolers, college is right around the corner. Are you getting a little nervous about keeping up in class? Note-taking skills not up to par? This is a problem area that it seems every...
2015/03/03 08:24
2015/03/03 08:24
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In 1915, the New Warner block, a four-story brick building at 1-7 North Main Street, Jamestown, was practically destroyed by fire this morning and the Lundquist and Westrom blocks, also of brick and...
2015/03/02 22:33
2015/03/02 22:33
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Volunteers are being sought to take part in a disaster preparedness drill from 12:30 to 3 p.m. at Erie Community College North Campus in Amherst on March 13. Pre-registration is encouraged by those...
2015/03/28 11:21
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