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On Tuesday, Stephen E. Barnes accused Ross M. Cellino Jr. of trying to burn the Cellino & Barnes law firm "to the ground," regardless of how many employees are hurt.

On Tuesday, Stephen E. Barnes accused Ross M. Cellino Jr. of trying to burn the Cellino & Barnes law firm "to the ground," regardless of how many employees are hurt.

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Norman C. Kreuz, advertising salesman for telephone directories Tue, Nov 21, 2017

Aug. 19, 1927 – Nov. 18, 2017 Norman C. Kreuz, an advertising salesman for telephone directories, died Saturday in his Williamsville home after a long illness. He was 90. Born in Swanton, Ohio, the seventh of 11 children in a farm family, he …

Cash, lobbyists and right-wing media influence have made the preposterous House tax reform legislation possible and passable.

More news, notes and observations: • The eyes of New York are upon Texas, at least GOP eyes. Republican sources say Harry Wilson made his way to A… 

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Man pleads guilty to injuring trooper in Lockport Wed, Nov 22, 2017

A former Town of Lockport resident faces up to eight years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to two felonies stemming from a confrontation with State Police. Corey Bilby, 29, now of Route 275, Friendship, was living on Dysinger Road in Lockp…

Missing Children's Hospital time capsule could be buried in cornerstone of 1954 building Wed, Nov 22, 2017

Where is the time capsule at Women & Children's Hospital? Carl Bucki, chief U.S. Bankruptcy Court Justice and a local history buff, believes he may have solved the mystery.

Vape store coming to Elmwood Tue, Nov 21, 2017

One of my favorite things about the holiday season is that people have a little bit of extra cheer in their hearts, ready to give and share. Charities… 

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WNED-TV replaces weekday and weekend Charlie Rose programs Wed, Nov 22, 2017

The sexual harassment allegations against Charlie Rose that led to his firing by CBS and PBS has caused WNED-TV to make schedule changes. The local public broadcasting station is replacing Rose's PBS show that runs at 5 p.m. weekdays with repeats …