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The owner of a Cheektowaga staffing company that was sued Thursday by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for allegedly discriminatory hiring practices fired back against the agency's claims, which it called "meritless and disturbing" but "no surprise." “It was clear in our dealings with the EEOC over the last year that their ultimate intent was litigation,” sai…

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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has accused a Cheektowaga staffing company of not hiring qualified black, elderly or disabled applicants for jobs throughout Western New York. The lawsuit against Staffing Solutions of WNY Inc. charged the firm and its owner, Kathleen Faulhaber, with violating federal laws against discrimination in hiring, including the C…

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Theatre of Youth likes to say that it speaks to children about their "wonders and their worries," Artistic Director Meg Quinn says. The latter will be on the minds of their audiences in coming weeks as TOY presents "New Kid," a nearly hourlong play in which a mother and child from a different country, who speak a different language, come to America to start a new life. …