Share this article

print logo

MILLER, Patricia A. - It's been one year since you left us. Sadly missed, very loved. Mom, Dad, Shayna, Josh, Arianna, derek, bob, sandy, cindy, mike, dan, lisa, tim, family and friends

Photo Galleries

Young Audiences of Western New York hosted its funky gala, the Pop Art Bash, on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, in Statler City. Food and drink stations, auctions, valet parking and talks by teaching artists were the event's perks.

Photo Galleries

Clymer/Sherman/Panama beat Tioga 53-19 for the Class D state semifinal football championship. CSP is heading to its first state final.

Colleges

Marvin Prochet had 23 points and 12 rebounds as Niagara downed host Wyoming, 72-67,  on Friday night as part of the Fort Myers Tip-Off. Niagara improved to 2-1, its best start since the 2009-10 season. Prochet, who also had five three-pointers, has started the season with three consecutive double-doubles, the first Niagara player to do that since Bilal Benn in the 20…

High Schools

ENDICOTT – Shaun Dolac has played some inspired football all season. But near the two-year anniversary of the death of his father, Dolac took his game to another level and in the process carried West Seneca East to where it has never gone before. The Trojans will play for the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association Class A championship next weekend in Sy…

High Schools

Grand Island sophomore Brooke Eichel went all the way to the diving finals at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championships Friday at Ithaca College. Eichel qualified in the preliminary round in 22nd place with a score of 195.00. In the semifinals, she placed 14th with a score of 305.85, qualifying her for finals, where she placed 20th as the …

Four people were arrested Thursday in a police drug raid at a residence in Olean, according to the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force. Candy L. Leon, 51, of Salamanca, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, police said. Also arrested were Patricia A. Manning, 33, Jamie L. Richter, 53, and Jeffrey M. Richter, 36, all of South …

High Schools

West Seneca East is heading to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class A title game after a thrilling 50-42 victory against Indian River on Friday night. West Seneca East led 29-28 after the third quarter, but the teams combined for 35 points in a wild fourth quarter. Here is how it happened and the key plays that sent West Seneca East to the…

Latest Sabres

WINNIPEG -- Conor Sheary scored in the seventh round of the shootout to give the Buffalo Sabres a 2-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday at Bell MTS Place. The win gave the  Sabres, now 11-6-2, their first four-game winning streak since December 2014. Jack Eichel and Jason Pominville also scored in the shootout, while Carter Hutton was outstanding again. Jeff Skinn…

Local News

Jamestown Police were investigating a non-injury incident involving the discharge of a firearm that occurred at about 2 p.m. Friday on West 8th and Cherry streets in the city. According to Jamestown Police Capt. Robert Samuelson, there was an altercation between two people who both pulled out firearms. One of them began shooting towards a house, Samuelson said. After…

Crime

A Buffalo man convicted of possessing crack cocaine, with intent to distribute, was sentenced Friday to serve 210 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Prosecutors said Larry Willis, 33, and another man in the case, used two apartments at a Henrietta Avenue address to manufacture, package and store crack co…

High Schools

ENDICOTT — For the second straight week, Clymer/Sherman/Panama faced the state’s second-ranked team. For the second straight week, the Wolfpack showed folks why they are ranked No. 1 in without-a-doubt fashion. Unbeaten CSP (12-0) is one win away from earning the coveted New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association Class D football championship. The Wolfpa…

By Robert L. Bradley Jr. By year’s end, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke will likely issue a new draft of his five-year plan to expand energy drilling in America’s outer continental shelf, the submerged federal land off America’s coasts. Unsurprisingly, the plan has environmentalists up in arms. As soon as Zinke unveiled it back in January, a green coalition i…

For anyone who may occasionally forget how fortunate we are here in Western New York, we offer the following: • No raging wildfires • No earthquakes of note • No hurricanes • Great summers • Spectacular autumns There’s more but you get the idea. It’s something to keep in mind as Thanksgiving approaches. It’s not that there aren’t challenges — Lake Ontario’s ri…

Opinion

On the better-than-good chance that state Democratic Assembly members re-nominate Speaker Carl Heastie to his post, he should make it his first order of business to select Crystal Peoples-Stokes as majority leader. It would be a boon for Buffalo, Western New York and all of upstate to have the Buffalo assemblywoman in this position of power, influence and potential fina…