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New DogOctober 6, 2015 by Pauline Pauline Micciche Micciche (Register to contact)
Dick and I have a new dog. Charlie after the comic strip character Charlie Brown. He'is a giant Pomeranian at 16 pounds. Poms in the show ring run 4-6 pounds and his size is a probably throwback to the Spitz his ancesters were bred from. We got him from a rescue so no registration papers. He's 8 years old andlikes walks, rides in the car, being brushed, running, and snuggling. Quite a change from the Boxers I'm used to. .
Poetry ReadingApril 6, 2013 by John Marvin (Register to contact)
Hosted by Carol Southwood and Jennifer Ataway
SUNY Empire State College
May 28, 2013 at 7:30 P.M.
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Elmer Wienclawski, an active member of the Brighton Volunteer Fire Department since 1959, helped save a young girl's life from a house fire in 1969.
VIDEO: Fight at Riverside High School in Buffalo WKBW-TV
It's been a violent week at Riverside High School in Buffalo with at least half-a-dozen fights among students. Thursday, a group of teachers are pleading for more ...
Riverside Academy looks to 'blue economy' for student learning WBFO
Once a failing city school, Buffalo's former Riverside High School has been transformed into a new Innovative High School. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen.
High-scoring affair at Riverside High | Local Sports Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
BUFFALO — The most valuable player in Thursday night's Section VI Class AA football shootout at Riverside High School was the scorekeeper.
Riverside student arrested after injuring teacher, security officer during fight Buffalo News
A Riverside High School student was arrested this week after a teacher and a security officer were injured breaking up a fight between students, according to a ...
DION, Wesley Jerome Buffalo News
DION - Wesley Jerome 93, formerly of Williamsville, NY, died Friday, January 18, 2019, in Scranton, PA, with his wife and children at his bedside. Visitation hours ...
Curtis F. Millet, longtime Mormon leader Buffalo News
July 23, 1959 ‑ Dec. 30, 2018 Curtis F. Millet, a longtime employee of the Buffalo Public Schools and a major figure in Western New York's Church of Jesu…
2018 was a landmark year for landmarks in the City of Buffalo Buffalo News
Twenty-two structures – a record number – were named local landmarks in 2018 by the Common Council, acting on the boards recommendations.
Buffalo's graduation rate rises, underscoring statewide trends Buffalo News
Buffalo's high school graduation rate is continuing to climb, with 64 percent of the Class of 2016 graduating on time. This is an improvement from a 52.4 percent ...
VELLA, John Buffalo News
VELLA - John Principal, Educator, Coach, and Mentor John Vella touched lives in his inimitable way and indelibly left his mark on this world forever. On Friday,…
Georgiann D. Delmont, 67, co-owner of Fanny's Restaurant Buffalo News
Oct. 17, 1950 – Sept. 24, 2018 Georgiann D. Delmont, of Amherst, co-owner with her husband of Fanny's Restaurant in Amherst, died unexpectedly Monday in ...
Helen Grabowski-Osuch, 93, operated sewing school and appeared on 'AM Buffalo' Buffalo News
Feb. 12, 1925 — Aug. 24, 2018 First Helen Grabowski-Osuch taught herself to sew and tailor clothing. Then, over 40 years, she taught the rest of Western N…
WNY's Great Kids: Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year WGRZ.com
From street life to college, this week's "Great Kid" is a success story from the Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo.
MALTBIE, Julius “Dude” Buffalo News
MALTBIE - Julius Dude January 9, 2019. Beloved husband of the late Frances (Barry) Maltbie; dear father of Michael (Jayne) Maltbie and Mary Maltbie; ...
Glenn D. Voelker, 69, longtime owner of Voelker's Bowling Center Buffalo News
Feb. 21, 1949 – July 7, 2018 Glenn D. Voelker, longtime owner of Voelker's Bowling Center, a beloved classic venue for the sport in Buffalo, died unexpectedl…
Castelli, who made her mark on women's basketball, joins '18 Hall of Fame class Buffalo News
Gina Castelli and 14 others were officially announced as the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The group will formally be inducted in October.
Elba man, 64, killed in massive Thruway pileup WKBW-TV
Edward Torres, 64, from Elba was killed Tuesday afternoon January 2nd after he was involved in a massive pileup on the NYS Thruway near Exit 49 Depew.
US&J 2018 Local Sports in Review, Part 2 FIELD OF DREAMS COME TRUE Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Sure, it may have taken longer that most area sports fans would have wanted, but Oct. 6, 2018 will do — a perfect day, in fact, for Lockport to showcase.
I-90 crash victim remembered for 'always giving' WGRZ-TV
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Edward Torres, 64, had the giving spirit, according to his family. He was a pastor, a plumber and a truck driver. During the blizzard pileup on ...
In UB speech, Joe Biden calls on leaders to 'lower the temperature' Buffalo News
In a visit to Western New York on Thursday, Joseph Biden could have used words that were caustic, divisive, frustrated. Instead, the former vice president strove ...
Memorial service set for Howard Benns, champion hydroplane racer Buffalo News
April 7, 1939 - March 12, 2018 A memorial *service* with military honors will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Kaiser Funeral Home, 1050 Whitehaven Road, Grand ...
NeXt writer ranks 16 greatest athletes from the 716 Buffalo News
Jim. Thurman. The French Connection. We all know these names and more by heart. But what about the athletes who began their careers in and around West…
Lockport High School welcomes a new principal | Local News Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Lockport High School's new principal, Dawn Wylke, feels right at home in her new position, having previously served in administrative positions at the school ...
DeGLOPPER, Rita J. (Mengay) Buffalo News
DeGLOPPER - Rita J. (nee Mengay) February 3, 1925 - January 8, 2018, passed away peacefully on Monday in Hospice care. Born in Buffalo to Henry and ...
Nominees Announced For The 2017/18 5th Avenue High School Musical Theatre Awards Broadway World
The 5th Avenue Theatre is thrilled to announce the nominees for the 16th annual 5th Avenue Awards: Honoring High School Musical Theater, the highly ...
VIDEO: Road rage incident caught on camera WKBW-TV
You can see a truck and car crossing lanes, swerving at one another. Horns are honked as the vehicles exit the highway on an off-ramp. Then the car swerves ...
Street crime devastates family; one son slain, the other blinded Buffalo News
A family that already knows the pain of street violence felt it again two weeks ago. A gunman killed 16-year-old Lewis Brewer in a vacant lot near Martin Lut…
Elementary school fight caught on camera in Buffalo WKBW-TV
A fight caught on camera between two eighth grade girls is bringing fighting in Buffalo Public Schools back to the forefront. So what is the school district doing ...
Anthony Bridwell -- Rochester Post-Bulletin
Anthony S. “Tony” Bridwell, age 96, died at Charter House. Retired after a 40-year career in institutional advancement, Bridwell had the distinction of being the ...
Patience pays off for Crabtree, a Bahama native who helped Duke advance to 1st super regional WRALSportsFan.com
Duke freshman Chris Crabtree burst onto the college baseball scene this past weekend as the MVP of the Athens Regional.
Reporters' Notebook: June 28, 2017 Buffalo News
OLAF FUB SEZ: According to French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, born on this date in 1712, “Insults are the arguments employed by those who are in ...
'Murphy Brown' creator Diane English sets sights on return to TV Buffalo News
SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF. – Diane English has built herself a nice life here in Southern California. She has a 1930s Spanish-style home in the Pacific Palisades.
Home of the Month: A Victorian on Norwood is stunning outside and in Buffalo News
Visitors to Garden Walk Buffalo are likely familiar with the spectacular garden of Arlan Peters and Dom DeFillippo. It's been on every walk except the first one…
BWW Feature: HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Performed By THE CHILDREN'S THEATRE OF CHARLESTON Heading To The CLAY CENTER THEATRE! Broadway World
Join The Children's Theatre of Charleston (CTOC) as they celebrate 85 years of producing theatre in West Virginia with their next production, High School ...
Yonkers sees five schools improve from failing status The Journal News | LoHud.com
The state Department of Education removed five Yonkers schools from a "failing" and "persistently failing" list.
From the archives: The day Bobby Knight was fired Indianapolis Star
Former IU player Dane Fife said he still counted playing for Bobby Knight as the peak of his life, “what I dream about.”
McGINTY, Ruth Irene Buffalo News
McGINTY - Ruth Irene May 30, 2017. Daughter of the late Patrick and Florence (DeVoe); sister of Patricia (late John) Scive, Elizabeth (late William) Eschborn ...
Attorney and Buffalo native named Black History Maker - Buffalo Buffalo Business First
Growing up on Buffalo's East Side, Maurice McNab saw a lot of people from his community get arrested for one thing or another.
Boasting Buffalo: Joanne Haefner promotes healthy communities - Buffalo Buffalo Business First
Joanne Haefner has spent 25 years in health care as both a nurse practitioner and administrator.
Arrest made in road rage incident caught on camera WKBW-TV
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - State Police have made an arrest in a road rage incident caught on camera that will make your jaw drop. This video was put on Twitter ...
Football to Honor 31 Seniors on Saturday Columbia University Athletics
Thirty-one seniors will be honored by Columbia Football in a pre-game ceremony prior to Saturday's season finale against Brown at Robert K. Kraft Field. All 31 ...
Lockport High School homecoming parade in pictures | Local News Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Lockport High School's annual homecoming parade took place Saturday. Here's a few photos of the students and school groups that participated.
Making Waves: The Buffalo Maritime Center Buffalo Rising
Author: Schyler Norton. The Buffalo Maritime Center started out as a program at Buffalo State in 1989. It was originally part of the design department. One of the ...
Recipients Announced for 5th Avenue Awards Honoring High School Musical Theater Broadway World
It was the most anticipated night of the year by high school theater programs across the state of Washington: The 15th Annual 5th Avenue Awards Honoring High ...
The Latest: Bad weather delays John Dingell funeral WRALSportsFan.com
The Latest on funeral and memorial services for former U.S. Rep. John Dingell (all times local):
2018 NFL Draft updates - Sports Citizens Voice
FIRST ROUND 1. Cleveland: Baker Mayfield, QB, 6-1, 215, Oklahoma Strengths: Accuracy, competiveness, and command of the offense. Gets the ball out ...
RBTL’s Bob Sagan to retire Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
It's easy to imagine Bob Sagan as a sixth-grader in the 1950s, watching his first “real” Broadway production, Damn Yankees, in New York's St. James Theatre.
Top 25 all-time greatest high school football players MaxPreps
MaxPreps News - From Peyton Manning to Julius Peppers, MaxPreps ranks the top 25 ever to play the game at the prep level.
I-Prep bounces Salamanca/C-LV from boys' soccer playoffs Salamanca Press
BUFFALO — All season, Steve DeGroff could count on his team's competitive, often overwhelming, speed.
‘Here's your hand, sissy:' Tennessee teen saves sister, loses hand in UTV accident NEWS10 ABC
A teenage girl from Parsons is recovering from a horrific utility vehicle accident on July Fourth.
Top 500 Girls Outdoor 100m Returners: Sha'Carri Richardson Is In Front To Start 2018 MileSplit
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St. Clair men's soccer adds six local standouts for 2017-18 season Windsor Star
It's a soccer recruiting class that will get a chance to make an immediate impact.
Syracuse football: A hard-nosed history from Ben Schwartzwalder to Scott Shafer Syracuse.com
Scott Shafer made hard-nosed a hashtag, but Ben Schwartzwalder and the 1959 national championship team likely made the phrase a universal football cliche.
Vitals for the week of 10/21 | KP Kokomo Perspective
The following are arrests made by the Kokomo Police Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. October 8. Sandye G.
People on the Move, Dec. 28, 2014 - News Citizens Voice
AAA North Penn Travel Agency. The travel agency had its annual meeting, and honored three employees for their achievements in 2014. Cindy Welshans, of the ...
Sean McNally named head baseball coach at Duke (Chatham Journal) Chatham Journal Weekly
Former All-ACC infielder Sean McNally has been named the head baseball coach at Duke University, announced on Friday afternoon by director of athletics Joe ...
Saints mourn loss of student-athlete Pham Windsor Star
The St. Clair Saints are mourning the death of former basketball guard Khoi Pham.
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