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Gym reopenings have confounded health departments across the globe, including in New York, where fitness business owners who thought they would be part of a phase four reopening in June had to wait until Aug. 24.

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Catalyst Fitness locations continued to do brisk business across the region over the weekend and were filled with exercise stalwarts as Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced late Monday morning that they would need to close by 8 p.m., as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. “My parking lots have been full, but I get it,” said Amy Bueme, co-owner of Catalyst,

Early bird pricing for the 124th annual YMCA Buffalo Niagara Turkey Trot ends at 11:59 p.m. Friday. Those interested in the 8K run/walk will pay $36 if they register before Saturday; after that, it will cost $41 until the event reaches its capacity of 14,000 participants, for safety reasons. That often happens in the first or second week of

The public is invited to try the YMCA Buffalo Niagara for free Saturday through June 8, and if a person joins they pay no join fee. The Y includes six branches – the Southtowns Family Y in West Seneca, Delaware and William-Emslie branches in Buffalo, the Ken-Ton Y in the Town of Tonawanda, the Independent Health Family Y in

The YMCA Buffalo Niagara announced Wednesday that John Ehrbar, who has spent the last five-plus years leading the YMCA in Spokane, Wash., will be its new president and chief executive officer. Ehrbar will take over effective May 20. He succeeds Olin “Buddy” Campbell, Jr., who is retiring at the end of May after six years in the post. Ehrbar

YMCA Buffalo Niagara has teamed up with the Food Bank of WNY to help fight hunger this holiday season. All are welcome to bring nonperishable food to any local YMCA branch this month. The Y also asks all YMCA Turkey Trot participants to do so when they come to packet pickup Nov. 19-21 at the Independent Health Family Branch

The YMCA Buffalo Niagara will launch its 2018 Annual Campaign this week as it looks to raise $768,000 by April 12. Money raised will be used to benefit the Y’s financial assistance program, which last year helped more than 2,800 families take part in programs and services they would otherwise have been unable to afford. The nonprofit serves more

All YMCA Buffalo Niagara branches will waive the join fee for new members who join on Monday, Jan. 1, a savings of up to $75. Members who join between Tuesday and Jan. 31 will pay only half the join fee. Membership includes access to Zumba, Les Mills Bodypump and other classes, as well as year-round swim lessons and youth

Jennifer Bardrof squeezed in lots of stuff in the spring of 2016, during the weeks she helped move her family from the Florida Gulf Coast back to her native Western New York: The Goofy, a 10K run followed by a half-marathon at Disney World; landing a new job as a substitute teacher; buying a new house. She didn’t have

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