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The Buffalo News
Niagara County names new buildings and grounds chiefLOCKPORT – Jeffrey E. Gaston, superintendent of buildings and grounds for the N
Niagara County names new buildings and grounds chief
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
LOCKPORT – Jeffrey E. Gaston, superintendent of buildings and grounds for the North Tonawanda School District for the past six years, is to join Niagara County in a similar role, if the County Legislature approves Sept. 15. The Legislature’s... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Client of two WNY lawyers repaid for faulty legal helpSeven clients, or heirs, of two Western New York lawyers are among more than 10
Client of two WNY lawyers repaid for faulty legal help
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
Seven clients, or heirs, of two Western New York lawyers are among more than 100 recipients statewide recently reimbursed a total of $4.1 million by the state Lawyers Fund for Client Protection. The fund, which is financed fully by the registration... Read more
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The Buffalo News
NCCC inaccurately reported crime stats, state report saysNiagara County Community College inaccurately reported crime statistics in a se
NCCC inaccurately reported crime stats, state report says
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Niagara County Community College inaccurately reported crime statistics in a security report that colleges and universities across the country are required to publish annually. The college of 6,600 students in Sanborn failed to include crimes that... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Niagara Honor Roll: Recognizing the accomplishments of Western New YorkersMichael A. Piette, a partner at Jaeckle Fleishmann & Mugel, was recently electe
Niagara Honor Roll: Recognizing the accomplishments of Western New Yorkers
The Buffalo News / Posted 24 days ago
Michael A. Piette, a partner at Jaeckle Fleishmann & Mugel, was recently elected as chairman of the board of Family & Children’s Service of Niagara for a two-year term. Other newly elected officers include: first vice chair, Mary Ann Oliver of... Read more
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The Buffalo News
In pickleball, it’s all about the waitingThey call him Mister Pickleball, and on Saturday afternoon, Dick Seils carried
In pickleball, it’s all about the waiting
The Buffalo News / Posted 25 days ago
They call him Mister Pickleball, and on Saturday afternoon, Dick Seils carried gherkin green business cards to prove it. The 72-year-old from Penfield was one of 140 players registered at the second annual Buffalo Pickleball Tournament, which started... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Bug Fest serves as a good introduction to Lewiston’s Bond Lake ParkLEWISTON – As an ice-breaker at the annual Bug Fest at Bond Lake Park, voluntee
Bug Fest serves as a good introduction to Lewiston’s Bond Lake Park
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
LEWISTON – As an ice-breaker at the annual Bug Fest at Bond Lake Park, volunteer Mary Kate Fonzi has been known to take the discarded cicada casings she has collected from trees and stick them on kids’ shirts – like a nature badge of sorts – to see... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Niagara legislator calls for sale of newly acquired Lockport buildingLOCKPORT – Niagara County ought to quickly auction off a vacant former bank it
Niagara legislator calls for sale of newly acquired Lockport building
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
LOCKPORT – Niagara County ought to quickly auction off a vacant former bank it acquired this year in a package with two office buildings in downtown Lockport, Legislator W. Keith McNall said Wednesday. McNall, R-Lockport, said the building at 50... Read more
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The Buffalo News
It’s time for the fair in Niagara CountyLOCKPORT – Niagara County celebrates its strong roots as a farming community wi
It’s time for the fair in Niagara County
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
LOCKPORT – Niagara County celebrates its strong roots as a farming community with “Grow with Pride in Niagara” the theme of this year’s annual Niagara County Fair, presented by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County Wednesday through... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Farm-City Breakfast opens fair Wednesday morningLOCKPORT – Niagara County celebrates its strong roots as a farming community wi
Farm-City Breakfast opens fair Wednesday morning
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
LOCKPORT – Niagara County celebrates its strong roots as a farming community with “Grow with Pride in Niagara,” the theme of this year’s annual Niagara County Fair, presented by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Niagara County Wednesday through... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Carl B. Heintz, NCCC culinary professorJune 1, 1949 – July 29, 2015 Carl B. Heintz of Sanborn, Niagara Falls Culinary
Carl B. Heintz, NCCC culinary professor
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
June 1, 1949 – July 29, 2015 Carl B. Heintz of Sanborn, Niagara Falls Culinary Institute professor, died Wednesday at his home. He was 66. Born in Lackawanna, he graduated from Emerson Vocational High School, Penn State University and received a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
In Sanborn, Shenk Road entrance to be closed for three weeksSANBORN – The state Department of Transportation announced Thursday that there
In Sanborn, Shenk Road entrance to be closed for three weeks
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
SANBORN – The state Department of Transportation announced Thursday that there will be no access from Route 31 to Shenk Road in Sanborn for about three weeks, beginning Monday. The reason is an ongoing project to replace box culverts along Route 31... Read more

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