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February 10, 2010 RSS feed / Local News

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Daniel Massing of Williamsville, Flotilla staff officer for U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 33, announced a safe boating class will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, at St. More...

Temple Beth Am to remember Cantor Wehle, victims of Flight 3407

A special Erev Shabbat Service at Temple Beth Am, 4660 Sheridan Drive, near North Forest Road, Amherst, will honor the memories of Cantor Susan Wehle and all of the victims of Flight 3407 that were lost one year ago.   More...

Volunteers needed for Red Cross program

The Greater Buffalo Chapter of the American Red Cross is currently seeking volunteers for its ombudsman program, which provides advocacy services responsive to the complaints and problems of residents living in long-term care facilities.   More...

Arrests made after victims held against their will

Amherst police arrested four people Tuesday, who are facing several felony charges.   According to police an American Campus Drive resident, Jason Stevens, 19, of Syracuse, arrived home and found his apartment had been burglarized. More...

Souper Bowl prediction proves accurate

The oddsmakers favored the Indianapolis Colts, but the churches of the Eggertsville-Snyder Clergy Group outsmarted them on Sunday, correctly guessing that the New Orleans Saints would prevail in the big game played Sunday.   More...

Man charged with causing school bus accident

A North Tonawanda man is facing charges after reportedly causing a school bus accident on Thursday, which resulted in a girl being sent to the hospital. More...

Summer in February kicking off at Eastern Hills

Summer in February is returning to Eastern Hills Mall, 4545 Transit Road, Clarence, from Saturday, Feb. 13 through Sunday, Feb. 21.   More...

Events will honor the life of Alison Des Forges

The celebrated one-woman play “Miracle in Rwanda,” which tells the story of a Rwandan woman who survived her country’s 1994 genocide, will be performed Feb. More...

Families, friends of those lost in crash of Flight 3407 to mark anniversary with events, call for action

Three-year-old Summer West wants everyone to remember her father with a simple but powerful act.   (See editorial on page four)   “Wo n ’t you please light the way home?”   More...

HEARTS FOR HAITI

HEARTS FOR HAITI — Windermere Elementary School students David Personius, left, and his brother Ely hang up paper hearts that were purchased to support recovery efforts in Haiti. More...

Woman faces unemployment fraud charges

State Police in Clarence have arrested an Amherst women in connection with fraudulent unemployment claims, filed with the state Department of Labor.   Della T. More...