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Sayed Nasir, 38, is accused of killing Nazeefa D. Tahir, 33, in a North Creek Drive home on Saturday afternoon.
A judge recently ruled in favor of Gregory M. Kwiatkowski, renewing his judgment against Horne for $46,862 – plus interest costs put at more than $44,000. But the judge left open the possibility that Horne could seek to vacate the defamation judgment before a different judge in the proper venue.
A teacher placed on unpaid leave at East Aurora High School for refusing to take the Covid-19 vaccine or weekly diagnostic tests filed a $3.2 million lawsuit Tuesday.
Colleen Dolac, who was on leave to care for her sick husband at the time of her termination, claimed age and disability discrimination were at the heart of her firing.
Some three dozen landlords – based in Buffalo, Kenmore and the towns of Amherst, Hamburg, Grand Island and Tonawanda – range from mom-and-pop operations with one or two rental units to companies with several hundreds units.
A civil suit, filed in U.S. District Court on Oct. 1, accuses Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, Kaleida Health and UBMD Physicians' Group of racial discrimination.
Thomas Sibick, 35, will be allowed to possess and access any internet-capable device, but he still may not use any social media or watch any political news programs, according the judge's order.
Thomas Sibick must remain at his parents' Williamsville home under the watch of his father, Eugene Sibick, on "24-hours-a-day lock-down."
An Amherst man charged in the attack on an officer amid the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol called his conduct "unequivocally an aberration" and that he was "consumed by the mob mentality."
A judge dismissed a lawsuit by Christian Central Academy in which the school sought to be exempted from public health orders mandating masks be worn by students and staff.