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Hamburg woman critical following Sunday morning motorcycle crash

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A 49-year-old Hamburg woman suffered multiple injuries when the motorcycle she was driving crashed Sunday morning. Buffalo Police say it happened just after 11:30 on Delaware Ave. between West Ferry and Highland Ave. The motorcycle was heading south on Delaware when the victim apparently lost control, hit a curb and then struck a tree. A male passenger was not hurt.
HAMBURG, NY
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Mystic Hills Brewery planned for ski country

EAST CONCORD, N.Y. — An East Concord couple is planning to open a brewery a few miles from Sprague Brook County Park and Kissing Bridge Ski Resort. Mystic Hills Brewing will open this fall in a 1,700-square-foot facility at 10959 Allen Road, East Concord, next door to the home of Reanna Dembitsky and Michael Prusakowski, who are engaged to be married later this summer.
EAST CONCORD, NY
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42 North Launches Sipstream to Benefit Empire State Ride

EAST AURORA New York – 42 North Brewing Company is launching a new pale ale to support the Empire State Ride, a fundraising cycling event that travels 500+ miles across New York State from Staten Island to Niagara Falls. Proceeds from every case sold will be donated to the Empire State Ride and its beneficiary, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
EAST AURORA, NY
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New bridge at Chapin's nature preserve dedicated to conservationist Mark Volpe

Mark Volpe loved nature, and as that became apparent to CEO Jim Campbell, Campbell gave him a job only suitable to a conservationist -- manager of the private nature preserve behind the Chapin Manufacturing factory on Ellicott Street in Batavia. Volpe worked for Chapin for 35 years with much of that time dedicated to the care and maintenance of the 70-acre preserve. He died in November 2018.
BATAVIA, NY
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Essay on Change: Boston and a new dog

My new rescue dog, Youppi, is afraid of elevators, stairs, cars, men with beards, confusing intersections that say one thing but do the exact opposite, cats, the vacuum cleaner, the dryer, baths, crunchy peanut butter, and cages. I am afraid of most of those things too, in fact, who would not be afraid of cages and restraints? Precisely, both Youppi and I had spent time unexposed to many hard hitting life experiences or adversity and have been thrown into a whirlwind of sensory experiences to take in together. Somehow, we are now both living in Boston, trying to digest a world of change and lack of familiarity. I would not want to go through such a tender time in my life with anyone but a traumatized, unconditionally loving shelter dog, though. I see myself in him now more than ever, and it’s reassuring to know that we are feeling the same anxieties and eagerness to flourish.
BOSTON, NY
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Freshness You Can Taste at The Pita Place

A shot of the front entrance of The Pita Place in Williamsville, New YorkPhoto by J.M. Lesinski. For fresh Mediterranean wraps and salads, The Pita Place in Williamsville, New York is one of Western New York’s best kept secrets. Offering both traditional counter orders and some of the best value family meals to go, The Pita Place is also famous for their superbly crafted pita bread.
WILLIAMSVILLE, NY
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