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Concerned Hamburger, the anonymous blogger who comments on and lampoons the Hamburg Central School District, will remain anonymous.State Supreme Court Justice Diane Y. Devlin Monday quashed a subpoena to Google that would have forced the Internet giant to turn over the name of the person who runs the Hamburg Educational Ethics blog to the school district.“I think it’s …

Jewel Kats is a character – and a fashion eccentric.The 34-year-old Toronto woman wears ultrabright “Ruby Woo” lipstick, sports permanent tattooed eye makeup, and uses two hot-pink crutches.She’s also a woman with disabilities who has a message, contained in her Web-based comic strip, the “DitzAbled Princess.”“The DitzAbled Princess is empowering to women wi…

HamburgIt was special day for U.S. Navy veteran William W. Broadbent Jr., who received his high school diploma from the Frontier School District earlier this month.The School Board recognized Broadbent by giving him his diploma as part of Operation Recognition, a program in which school districts grant diplomas to honorably discharged veterans who served in the United Stat…

Already previously convicted for drunken driving, Mary Jane Hagler of Hamburg added a new crime to her record.The bookkeeper on Friday admitted stealing nearly $800,000 over 10 years from the Buffalo property company where she worked. The stolen money helped support her casino gambling habit, a prosecutor said.Hagler, 58, of Rosedale Avenue, pleaded guilty to third-degree …

After more than three years of waiting, the Western New York communities that host the Seneca Nation of Indians’ three casinos will get the money they’ve been owed.Niagara Falls, the Salamanca area and the City of Buffalo will receive a total of $140 million that had been held up because of a dispute between the Seneca Nation and the state.Under a deal announced Thursd…

Hamburg Central School Board members approved changes in the district’s code of conduct Tuesday night.“You will see a theme through all of our changes,” said Colleen Kaney, director of student services.The code was updated with tenets and requirements of New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act prohibiting harassment of students, she said. Particular attention…

Hamburg Town Board members Monday night weighed in on two issues over which they have little control but their bully pulpit: New York State’s SAFE Act gun-control legislation and the proposal to build 128 apartment units off Roundtree Village. Board members told a standing- room-only audience that spilled into hallways that they are watching developments in the proposal …