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It was close, but we have a winner. Senior Max Giordano's one-handed catch in Lancaster's Week Four win at Niagara Falls has been voted the best catch of the high school football season. https://twitter.com/Hudl/status/912378980568879105 Thanks for the 5,000-plus votes over the course of the past few weeks. This has been a fun experiment and is something I hope to…

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The Hamburg girls volleyball team has been ranked near the top of the Western New York coaches poll all season. A big part of that success has been the play of Margaret Seider. Seider's seven blocks and six kills were enough to give her MVP of the Southtowns Invitational Friday night, when she helped lead the Bulldogs past Orchard Park in the final. It was Hamburg's sec…

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Seeing that brighter days awaited Sweet Home boys volleyball back in 2015 wasn’t hard for coach Rich Cicero. It’s not because he had a crystal ball. It’s because he had a bird’s-eye view of it in practice. Cicero saw the program’s future in action daily during what turned out to be a winless season for his Panthers. The members of the young and talented jun…

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July 28, 1944 - Oct. 14, 2017 Mary Ann E. Rooth,  a teacher and artist, died Saturday at her home in Hamburg after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 73. Born Mary Ann Yunkes in Buffalo, she was a graduate of Bishop MacMahon Catholic High School. In 1966, she married Walter L. Rooth, a lawyer, who went on to serve as Hamburg town justice for 34 years. After …

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A retired police detective in Boston, Mass., who was convicted of wire fraud, was sentenced to three months of home confinement followed by two years of supervised release, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office Friday. Daniel Rice, 53, was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Judge William M. Skretny for his role in aiding and abetting Michael Wilson, 30, a former Hambur…

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Here's a roundup of available video highlights from Week Four of the high school football season. Have a game recap posted somewhere other than Hudl? Send a message on Twitter or email cdesiderio@buffnews.com. http://buffalonews.com/2017/09/24/buffalo-news-football-polls-sept-25/ Monsignor Martin Canisius 55, St. Joe’s 16 Click the link below to watch t…

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Week Three of the high school football season pretty much had it all. There were upsets, a school-record scoring output and game-winning drives, including one capped off by a Hail Mary. But what's the use of telling you when we can show you? Below is a roundup of available video highlights from Week Three. Have a game recap posted somewhere other than Hudl? Send a me…

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The Prep Talk Football Player of the Week is D'Jae Perry of St. Mary's of Lancaster. The running back/linebacker had a big day during the Lancers' 27-7 triumph over reigning Section V Class C champion Bishop Kearney. He rushed 10 times for 243 yards and four touchdowns and on defense made eight tackles. In order to be considered for the honor, candidates must be amon…

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Explore Buffalo’s Autumn Tour of Homes is heading south this year, to the Village of Hamburg. Co-sponsored by Imagine: Hamburg, the Autumn Tour of Homes will take place on Saturday, Sept. 23, 12:30-4:30 PM, and feature the interiors of eleven historic homes in the village. First known as White’s Corners, after a prosperous store in the early 1800s, the Village of Ha…

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2016 postseason champions: Canisius (Monsignor Martin High School Athletic Association), Clarence (Section VI Division I), Eden (Section VI overall Division II), Hamburg (Section VI Division II-A). 2016 All-Western New York underclassmen: First team – Collin Rigley-11 (Eden). Second team – Drew Hesse-11 (Eden), Brandon Dunz-10 (Frontier), Jesse Donorovich-11 (Lockpo…

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Lions, Tigers and a few Bulldogs: Oh, my Scrimmage Saturday is around the corner for Western New York's scholastic football teams. The scrimmage extravagana begins at several sites at 9 a.m., as it's a chance for teams to hit players not on their own squad for the first time since practices began Aug. 14 throughout the state. Teams' playbooks will be scaled down, but…

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The patio at Daniels Restaurant has been a long time coming. A year in fact. After a long process, the patio will officially open May 26 with a grand opening party featuring free food tastes, a cash bar and more. (Rain date is May 30.) “Last year we started to get our ducks in a row for the patio by May, but we did not receive our permit until September,” said…

Four local police departments, in the town and village of Hamburg, the city of Tonawanda and the town of Evans, will receive state grants totaling more than $60,000 to enhance their law enforcement efforts. The town of Hamburg will use its funding to purchase a new patrol vehicle, said Chief Gregory Wickett. The City of Tonawanda intends to use its funding for new radio…

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Southtowners of a certain age may remember the original Uncle Joe’s Diner, opened by a real guy named Joe Gargano in 1974, along Route 20 in Hamburg. In 1991, the diner moved down the road to its present location. The interior is fun, with traditional pinkish-turquoise diner hues. Quirky windsocks outline a partially enclosed dining area. [PHOTO GALLERY: Uncle Joe'…

A teaching assistant at Randolph Academy in Hamburg has been charged with abusing a student at the school for special needs children. Sean Callaghan, 54, of Salamanca, was also charged with making false statements about the incident in official school records, according to Special Needs Prosecutor Patricia E. Gunning of the New York State Justice Center for the Protecti…