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After fighting language barrier, immigrant fought Japanese in WWII Sun, Oct 22, 2017

When Edward J. Lattuca Sr. was born in Italy in 1920, he was named in honor of his uncle Edward who had died fighting the Germans in World War I Ten years after Lattuca's parents moved the family to America, young Edward found himself in his own l…

Richard P. Blatner Sr., owned Capital Heat Thu, Oct 19, 2017

Feb. 19 1925 - Oct. 17, 2017 Richard P. Blatner Sr., the former owner of Capital Heat in Depew, died Tuesday in Brothers of Mercy Nursing Home in  Clarence. He was 92. Born in Buffalo, he was a Lancaster resident. A graduate of Technical Hi…

One implication of the new Education Trust-New York report on teacher diversity should be obvious, though apparently it isn’t in most districts: Hav… 

Perhaps as much as he excelled in telling the stories of Buffalo’s poor and downtrodden, the late columnist Ray Hill of The Buffalo News appreciated… 

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Three charged with shoplifting at Orchard Park Kohl's Sun, Oct 22, 2017

Orchard Park police charged three Buffalo residents, one of them waiting in a get-away car, in connection with the theft of more than $900 worth of items Friday night from Kohl's Department Store at Quaker Crossing. Police report they arrived at t…

Discount Diva: LuLaRoe, yes or no? Sun, Oct 22, 2017

Hey, LuLaRoe lovers. And haters. I’d say hello to the people in between, but they don’t seem to exist. Either you’re obsessed with the super-soft, quirkily patterned clothing or you consider it “overpriced junk.” (And yes, that’s a …

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'The Natural' brings director Levinson back to where his career took off Sat, Oct 21, 2017

For Buffalo, the filming of “The Natural” was an indicator that a mid-size Rust Belt city could have a small slice of Hollywood. For Barry Levinson, “The Natural” proved that he – as a fresh, 41-year-old director – could make a successful…