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Mohammad Ismail was working on the dilapidated Sherman Street house that he had bought at auction when the home's former owner, a police officer, pulled up and ordered Ismail to leave.

Mohammad Ismail was working on the dilapidated Sherman Street house that he had bought at auction when the home's former owner, a police officer, pulled up and ordered Ismail to leave.

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Lockport team has laser focus in stocks contest Sat, Dec 16, 2017

The Lockport Laser Falcons from Lockport High School recently took home the top prize in the Junior Achievement’s ninth annual JA Stock Market Challenge. This unique computer simulated stock market event took place at the Buffalo Niagara Convention …

Wilbert B. Holder, American Airlines worker, active in NAACP Fri, Dec 15, 2017

May 27, 1930 – Dec. 7, 2017 Wilbert Bernard Holder always had more than one iron in the fire. While he was working nights for American Airlines at Buffalo Niagara International Airport, for several years he spent his days as volunteer office ma…

Sometimes it’s not easy to lead the cheers for Donald Trump. A year ago, local acolytes like Nick Langworthy and Michael Caputo were celebrating his e… 

Eleven-week training program is meant to help aspiring or existing small-business owners learn what it takes to start or grow a business that can fill… 

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Salamanca supervisor and his wife killed while walking to town hall Sat, Dec 16, 2017

Salamanca Supervisor Michael Phillips and his wife, Donna, the town clerk-elect, lived across the road from Town Hall and were walking there to sign some checks on Friday – something they often did. But as they crossed Route 353 and North State St…

I've grown accustomed to writing farewell pieces over the past few years. We've lost so many of the greatest of the greats, and so often, we are colle… 

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Kenny Rogers gives fans a fine farewell at UB Sat, Dec 16, 2017

The term “living legend” is used quite generously. That said, the UB Center for the Arts hosted an undisputed living legend Saturday night, when three-time Grammy Award winner Kenny Rogers took to the mainstage for one of the final stops on his “The …