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The Buffalo News
Griffs Anthone, Wright earn MAAC individual titlesA pair of Canisius competitors experienced the sweet taste of championship glor
Griffs Anthone, Wright earn MAAC individual titles
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 hours ago
A pair of Canisius competitors experienced the sweet taste of championship glory Thursday during the second day of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships at the Erie Community College Flickinger Center. Sophomore... Read more
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Artvoice
Quinn Leads $100,000 Plus Earners at ECCIf there’s a financial crisis at Erie Community College, as certainly appears t
Quinn Leads $100,000 Plus Earners at ECC
Artvoice / Posted 23 hours ago
If there’s a financial crisis at Erie Community College, as certainly appears the case, there’s no sign of it if you take a look at the salaries at the college headed by President Jack Quinn at $192,500 even though he spends many days away from the... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Area swimmers, divers ready for sectionalsFonda-Johnstown's Trevor Askew already has punched his ticket to the state meet
Area swimmers, divers ready for sectionals
The Leader-Herald / Posted yesterday
Fonda-Johnstown's Trevor Askew already has punched his ticket to the state meet in the 200-yard individual medley. He is seeded first in that event for the DII (small-school) meet. Askew also is seeded first in the 100-yard breaststroke. Askew was a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
With ‘acting’ tag removed, ECMC veteran takes on CEO’s jobThomas J. Quatroche Jr. said he wouldn’t have started working at Erie County Me
With ‘acting’ tag removed, ECMC veteran takes on CEO’s job
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Thomas J. Quatroche Jr. said he wouldn’t have started working at Erie County Medical Center 11 years ago if his father-in-law hadn’t been taken there one year earlier for neurological rehabilitation following a brain hemorrhage. The exceptional care... 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 6 days ago
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
Tops Markets to occupy store next to downtown libraryTops Markets is coming to downtown Buffalo. After much speculation for months,
Tops Markets to occupy store next to downtown library
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
Tops Markets is coming to downtown Buffalo. After much speculation for months, Mayor Byron W. Brown is announcing Friday that the Williamsville-based grocery chain will likely be opening the first downtown supermarket on Ellicott Street as part of a... Read more
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Artvoice
Quinn's top aide is first casualty of ECC auditKristin Klein Wheaton takes fall at ECC The first major casualty of the scathi
Quinn's top aide is first casualty of ECC audit
Artvoice / Posted 7 days ago
Kristin Klein Wheaton takes fall at ECC The first major casualty of the scathing state audit of Erie Community College is Kristin Klein Wheaton, the $116,000-plus vice president for legal affairs at the college who has served as embattled President... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo tourism guru pushing plan to expand amateur sportsThe region’s leading tourism advocate is envisioning a Field of Dreams to lure
Buffalo tourism guru pushing plan to expand amateur sports
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 days ago
The region’s leading tourism advocate is envisioning a Field of Dreams to lure more amateur sporting events to Buffalo. In fact, if Patrick Kaler is successful in his lobbying, it would be more like 30 to 50 fields and some indoor... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo tourism guru has a plan to double impact of amateur sportsThe region’s leading tourism advocate is envisioning a Field of Dreams to lure
Buffalo tourism guru has a plan to double impact of amateur sports
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 days ago
The region’s leading tourism advocate is envisioning a Field of Dreams to lure more amateur sporting events to Buffalo. In fact, if Patrick Kaler is successful in his lobbying, it would be more like 30 to 50 fields and some indoor... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo mayor to announce who will build city grocery storeAfter months of anticipation, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown on Friday will annou
Buffalo mayor to announce who will build city grocery store
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
After months of anticipation, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown on Friday will announce the identity of the firm selected to redevelop a city-owned parking lot on Ellicott Street into a new urban grocery store, parking ramp, annex for Erie Community... Read more
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The Buffalo News
ECC board approves increase in minimum wage for campus workers starting MondayMinimum-wage workers at Erie Community College – most of them students – will g
ECC board approves increase in minimum wage for campus workers starting Monday
The Buffalo News / Posted 11 days ago
Minimum-wage workers at Erie Community College – most of them students – will get a raise of 50 cents per hour beginning Monday and an additional $1 per hour raise beginning Dec. 1. The college’s board of trustees voted unanimously Thursday to phase... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie Community College faces criticism over state audit findingsThe usually staid monthly meeting of the Erie Community College trustees includ
Erie Community College faces criticism over state audit findings
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
The usually staid monthly meeting of the Erie Community College trustees included some edge and friction this week in the wake of a recent state audit that criticized them for lax oversight and lack of transparency. The board met Thursday for the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Milt Northrop’s Bowling: Villa Maria College team to debut with one of Buffalo’s best at the helmThe college bowling scene in Western New York always seems in a fluid state. E
Milt Northrop’s Bowling: Villa Maria College team to debut with one of Buffalo’s best at the helm
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
The college bowling scene in Western New York always seems in a fluid state. Erie Community College, of course, is an old standby. Canisius has a club team. At times in the past the University at Buffalo and Buffalo State have had strong varsity or... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie Community College plans ‘corrective action’ in response to critical auditErie Community College trustees plan to hire outside legal counsel and a tempor
Erie Community College plans ‘corrective action’ in response to critical audit
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
Erie Community College trustees plan to hire outside legal counsel and a temporary administrator in developing a plan to overcome lax oversight and transparency problems identified earlier this month in a scathing state audit. The board met Thursday... Read more
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Artvoice
v15n04 (Week of Thursday, January 28)Blogger Nightmareby J.B. SesomUnless you slept through all of 2014 you’ll remem
v15n04 (Week of Thursday, January 28)
Artvoice / Posted 15 days ago
Blogger Nightmareby J.B. SesomUnless you slept through all of 2014 you’ll remember that not long after Ralph Wilson died rocker Jon Bon Jovi and a group of Canadians wanted to purchase the Buffalo Bills. For many Bills fans this presented the... Read more
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Artvoice
Quinn to Face Lawmakers in Wake of Scathing State AuditAs embattled Erie Community College President Jack Quinn prepares to face count
Quinn to Face Lawmakers in Wake of Scathing State Audit
Artvoice / Posted 15 days ago
As embattled Erie Community College President Jack Quinn prepares to face county lawmakers today (Jan. 28) at 3 p.m. on the scathing state audit of the institution he leads, there are signs that Quinn has been working very hard to convince anyone who... Read more
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Artvoice
v15n04 (Week of Thursday, January 28)News of the Weirdby Chuck Shepherd The “public art” statues unveiled in January
v15n04 (Week of Thursday, January 28)
Artvoice / Posted 15 days ago
News of the Weirdby Chuck Shepherd The “public art” statues unveiled in January by Fort Myers, Florida, Mayor Randy Henderson included a metal structure by sculptor Edugardo Carmona of a man walking a dog, with the dog “lifting his leg” beside a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Work to start at Northland Avenue development hub siteThe Buffalo Urban Development Corp. on Tuesday authorized LaBella Associates to
Work to start at Northland Avenue development hub site
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
The Buffalo Urban Development Corp. on Tuesday authorized LaBella Associates to conduct pre-development services on one of the industrial properties in the proposed new Northland Avenue Belt Line Corridor development hub, in preparation for eventual... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Reporters’ NotebookOLAF FUB SEZ: Advice from actor Paul Newman, born on this date in 1925, “If you
Reporters’ Notebook
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
OLAF FUB SEZ: Advice from actor Paul Newman, born on this date in 1925, “If you’re playing a poker game and you look around the table and can’t tell who the sucker is, it’s you.” CAR TALK – Congratulations to the team of Daniel Cone from Pavilion... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Angelo C. Butera, Hamburg police detectiveNov. 11, 1955 – Jan. 24, 2016 Angelo C. Butera, a widely known detective with
Angelo C. Butera, Hamburg police detective
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
Nov. 11, 1955 – Jan. 24, 2016 Angelo C. Butera, a widely known detective with the Town of Hamburg Police Department, died Sunday in Buffalo General Medical Center after a long illness. Butera, who grew up in Buffalo, was a graduate of Frontier High... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Ralph M. Colosimo, official with HUD for 38 yearsAug. 19, 1945 – Jan. 22, 2016 Ralph M. Colosimo, an official with the Buffalo
Ralph M. Colosimo, official with HUD for 38 years
The Buffalo News / Posted 17 days ago
Aug. 19, 1945 – Jan. 22, 2016 Ralph M. Colosimo, an official with the Buffalo office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for 38 years, died Friday in his home in Cambria after a long illness. He was 70. Born in Buffalo, he was a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Thomas J. Lougen, painter and carpenterMay 13, 1959 – Jan. 22, 2016 Thomas J. Lougen, who survived on dialysis treatm
Thomas J. Lougen, painter and carpenter
The Buffalo News / Posted 18 days ago
May 13, 1959 – Jan. 22, 2016 Thomas J. Lougen, who survived on dialysis treatments three times a week for 13 years, died Friday in his Getzville home. He was 56. Born in Buffalo, he attended Dodge Elementary School and Heim Elementary and Middle... Read more
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Artvoice
Confidential Report Downgrades Quinn's EffectivenessAs we have reported for some time, many at Erie Community College have question
Confidential Report Downgrades Quinn's Effectiveness
Artvoice / Posted 21 days ago
As we have reported for some time, many at Erie Community College have questioned the commitment and leadership of President Jack Quinn who earns $192,500 to run the school but has several outside assignments not related to college business that... Read more
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Artvoice
Will Politicians Really Fix The Problems at ECC? Time Will TellSo what’s next for Erie Community College now that a state audit has confirmed
Will Politicians Really Fix The Problems at ECC? Time Will Tell
Artvoice / Posted 21 days ago
So what’s next for Erie Community College now that a state audit has confirmed much of what I’ve written about over the last year about the unauthorized spending and job creation at the public college under the administration of President Jack... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
TOEP helps faculty explore teaching technologyEducators today face the daunting task of working with students who come from a
TOEP helps faculty explore teaching technology
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 22 days ago
Educators today face the daunting task of working with students who come from a world where smartphones, tablets, streaming videos and apps are second nature. With the traditional “sage-on-the-stage” model fast becoming a thing of the past,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Hell served as inspiration for Krista’s hot saucesKrista Van Wagner got her start making hot sauces in 1986, in Hell ... a town i
Hell served as inspiration for Krista’s hot sauces
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
Krista Van Wagner got her start making hot sauces in 1986, in Hell ... a town in the Cayman Islands. She became the third-generation family owner in 1991 of Curly’s restaurant in Lackawanna, two years after she moved back to her hometown with her... Read more
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Artvoice
Scathing State Audit Hits ECC's Lax Control EnvironmentThe long-awaited state audit of Erie Community College (ECC) has now been relea
Scathing State Audit Hits ECC's Lax Control Environment
Artvoice / Posted 28 days ago
The long-awaited state audit of Erie Community College (ECC) has now been released and it confirms much of what we have reported over the last several months about the management problems at the college that many have suggested have contributed to... Read more
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Market Watch
This is how much money one of the best bowlers in the world makesYou probably know who won the U.S. Open in golf in 2015 (Jordan Spieth, for whi
This is how much money one of the best bowlers in the world makes
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
You probably know who won the U.S. Open in golf in 2015 (Jordan Spieth, for which he received $1.8 million). You might know who won the U.S. Open in tennis in 2015 (Novak Djokovic, who received $3.3 million). But do you know who won the U.S. Open in... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Oversight of ECC’s finances found laxSenior executive staff at Erie Community College received unauthorized raises a
Oversight of ECC’s finances found lax
The Buffalo News / Posted 29 days ago
Senior executive staff at Erie Community College received unauthorized raises and bonuses of more than $100,000 between 2012 and 2015, and the college hired contractors without seeking competitive bids for their services and in some cases without... Read more
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Market Watch
This is how much one of the best bowlers in the world makesYou probably know who won the U.S. Open in golf in 2015 (Jordan Spieth, for whi
This is how much one of the best bowlers in the world makes
Market Watch / Posted 30 days ago
You probably know who won the U.S. Open in golf in 2015 (Jordan Spieth, for which he received $1.8 million). You might know who won the U.S. Open in tennis in 2015 (Novak Djokovic, who received $3.3 million). But do you know who won the U.S. Open in... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Winter arrives just in time for series of seasonal eventsWinter arrived in Buffalo this week, just in time for six weekends of events at
Winter arrives just in time for series of seasonal events
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
Winter arrived in Buffalo this week, just in time for six weekends of events at several sites around the downtown waterfront. It’s an effort led by Buffalo’s tourism agency to “celebrate everything that is winter” in Buffalo, said Patrick J. Kaler,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Winter arrives just in time for series of winter events in BuffaloWinter arrived in Buffalo this week, just in time for six weekends of events at
Winter arrives just in time for series of winter events in Buffalo
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
Winter arrived in Buffalo this week, just in time for six weekends of events at several sites around the downtown waterfront. It’s an effort led by Buffalo’s tourism agency to “celebrate everything that is winter” in Buffalo, said Patrick J. Kaler,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Prodigy, 13, must overcome red tape to get college degree that she’s earningEven by nontraditional student standards, Jamilah McBryde’s path to a college d
Prodigy, 13, must overcome red tape to get college degree that she’s earning
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
Even by nontraditional student standards, Jamilah McBryde’s path to a college degree is unconventional. She enrolled in her first college course – anatomy and physiology – at the tender age of 11. Now 13, she has 23 college credits and a 4.0... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Sarah E. Frys and Jonah Mathis were married at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 5 in Asbury Hall in Buffalo, where guests ga
Sarah E. Frys and Jonah Mathis
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
were married at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 5 in Asbury Hall in Buffalo, where guests gathered for a reception following the ceremony. Jeffrey Gier, uncle of the groom and a judge in Brant, heard the couple’s vows. The bride’s... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Respected lawman Dillon, dead at 65, inspired by ‘crystal-clear sense of right and wrong’For someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorne
Respected lawman Dillon, dead at 65, inspired by ‘crystal-clear sense of right and wrong’
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
For someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorney and State Supreme Court justice who died Thursday at 65, living up to one of the best-known surnames in local legal circles might have proven an insurmountable... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Kevin M. Dillon, respected DA, judge, attorney, dies at 65For someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorne
Kevin M. Dillon, respected DA, judge, attorney, dies at 65
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
For someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorney and State Supreme Court justice who died Thursday at 65, living up to one of the best-known surnames in local legal circles might have proven an insurmountable... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Dillon lived up to family name by treating everyone fairlyFor someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorne
Dillon lived up to family name by treating everyone fairly
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
For someone other than Kevin M. Dillon, the former Erie County district attorney and State Supreme Court justice who died Thursday at 65, living up to one of the best known surnames in local legal circles might have proven an insurmountable... Read more
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Artvoice
State Set to Release ECC Audit Jack Quinn, President of ECC The long-awaited state comptroller’s audit of f
State Set to Release ECC Audit
Artvoice / Posted 1 months ago
Jack Quinn, President of ECC The long-awaited state comptroller’s audit of financially troubled Erie Community College (ECC) is expected to be released very shortly, possibly as early as Friday (Jan. 8) but more... Read more
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The Buffalo News
College grads seeking to retool careers head back to school at Erie Community CollegeSteven Janis returned to the college classroom in September – 16 years after he
College grads seeking to retool careers head back to school at Erie Community College
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
Steven Janis returned to the college classroom in September – 16 years after he earned a bachelor's degree in graphic design from the University at Buffalo. But instead of working toward a master's degree to help him advance in his career, Janis... Read more

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