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2015/01/24 05:33
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When you’ve bowled 19 300 games in your career it wouldn’t seem that hitting the 200 mark in average would be a big deal. Not if you’re Joey Bellanti and not if you are bowling for only the second...
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2015/01/21 12:33
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NIAGARA FALLS – Tamiya Pierce bowls with a chip on her shoulder but is in a chipper mood this season compared to last. That’s because the Niagara Falls senior has gone from a reserve’s role in which...
2015/01/21 00:03
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March 17, 1925 — Jan. 19, 2015 Richard F. Hendler of Amherst, a retired equipment engineer for the former New York Telephone Co., died Monday in Buffalo General Hospital. He was 89. Born in Buffalo,...
2015/01/20 18:33
2015/01/20 18:33
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River Academy, a field-based training series offered by Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper in partnership with Erie Community College North Campus, is open for registration. The Saturday afternoon adult...
2015/01/20 03:33
2015/01/20 03:33
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It never mattered to Ilio DiPaolo if a customer was a professional athlete or the teenager from around the corner. Both were welcomed into his Blasdell restaurant – and they still are, 50 years after...
2015/01/17 00:04
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Aug. 17, 1944 – Jan. 12, 2015 Margaret M. Cook of Getzville, a longtime nurse, died Monday in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. She was 70. Born in Buffalo, the former Margaret M. Quinzio...
2015/01/14 00:34
2015/01/14 00:34
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It looks as if University at Buffalo President Satish K. Tripathi is no longer the highest-paid SUNY president. State University of New York trustees Tuesday appointed Alain E. Kaloyeros, the...
2015/01/13 15:34
2015/01/13 15:34
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A flap over the timing of the former Orchard Park town clerk’s resignation did not dissuade two Town Board members from appointing the Planning Department coordinator and former Conservative Party...
2015/01/13 03:03
2015/01/13 03:03
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Sept. 13, 1949 – Jan. 9, 2015 James W. Ginter, an award-winning research scientist for Occidental Chemical Corp., died Friday at the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care in Cheektowaga after a long...
2015/01/08 17:33
2015/01/08 17:33
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A State Supreme Court judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit by former County Executive Joel A. Giambra that challenged the planned construction of a $30 million Erie Community College academic...
2015/01/08 13:33
2015/01/08 13:33
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Remy Orffeo, a community college business professor, has been appointed Orchard Park town clerk. Republican Councilmen Eugene Majchrzak and Michael Sherry voted Wednesday to appoint Orffeo, a...
2015/01/08 04:33
2015/01/08 04:33
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On a recent weekend, a top Buffalo Sabres official fielded two phone calls reporting that hockey legend Mario Lemieux had been noticed inside the (716) Food and Sport restaurant in HarborCenter. It...
2015/01/08 01:03
2015/01/08 01:03
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Aug. 21, 1936 – Jan. 5, 2015 Samuel M. Bevilacqua, a retired Buffalo firefighter, died Monday in Kenmore Mercy Hospital after a battle with cancer. He was 78. Born in Buffalo, he was a 1955 graduate...
2015/01/06 20:03
2015/01/06 20:03
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About a quarter of the $175 million intended to rebuild Buffalo’s crumbling schools during the fifth phase of a massive renovation project cannot be publicly accounted for, leaving some School Board...
2015/01/04 05:33
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Anna E.R. Zaczek and Nicholas M. Donovan were married at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 4 in Samuel’s Grande Manor, Clarence, where a reception was held following the ceremony. Judge Lawrence LaDuca of Alden Town...
2015/01/03 19:33
2015/01/03 19:33
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Christopher Polisoto is starting 2015 in his own home. His purchase of a three-bedroom, 1½-bath house in Hamburg was completed in October, just in time for him to mow the lawn once before everything...
2015/01/03 05:03
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Collegiate scene Canisius finished 27th and the Erie Community College men were 32nd in the Roto Grip Keystone Quaker Collegiate Classic in Allentown, Pa., last weekend. ECC finished 29th at the...
2014/12/30 05:03
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How to keep curious drivers off the streets and sidewalks cleared during a snowstorm was the focus Monday of a summit meeting among about 50 South Buffalo block club leaders and government...
2014/12/30 00:03
2014/12/30 00:03
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Hires/Promotions/Honors Athena SWC, a sales lead subsidary of the Bonadio Group, has hired the following as marketing associates: Vincent Davis, a graduate of Cornell University; Mitchel Duttinger, a...
2014/12/29 14:21
2014/12/29 14:21
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A mass of Christian burial will be held tomorrow for noted Buffalo business and civic leader Frank Ciminelli. The mass will be held at 10 a.m. at Our of Lady of Peace Church, 10950 Main St.,...
2015/01/24 05:33
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