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NYSP locate body of deceased female in Clarence

CLARENCE, N.Y. — New York State Police say the body of a deceased female has been located in Clarence. A search for a missing person was conducted Tuesday afternoon in the area of Spaulding Green in the Town of Clarence Tuesday. The body was located around 2 p.m. Troopers...
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Fatal motorcycle accident in Chili

CHILI, N.Y. (WHEC) - The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash in Chili. Deputies responded around 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon to the intersection of Buffalo Road and Westside Drive. Upon arrival, a motorcycle was found down in the road. Its driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
CHILI, NY
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A real cold case: Man steals 80 bags of ice in Greece

Greece, N.Y. — Greece Police are hoping to nab a man who stole dozens of bags of ice from a gas station. This happened Sunday at the Kwik Fill on Dewey and Florida avenues. The slippery thief was captured on surveillance camera breaking into the ice chest and loading up a sedan.
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WKBW: Kids Learn Coping And Stress Management During Yoga Class

For 45 minutes, every week, kids five to seven years old learn to cope with everyday life and manage their stress inside Shapiro Holistic Health Soul Healing Center in Clarence, New York. "In combination with everything that is going on with the world for the last couple of years, I...
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No Dog in my Yard

Greece resident and author, Tricia DellAnno, released her first book on May 1, 2022. A children’s book entitled “No Dog in my Yard,” tells the true story of DellAnno’s 11 year old son Jonathan’s quest to add a dog to their family. “Our son is a real animal lover, he begged and begged for a dog for ten years. This story is about how he enlisted nine neighborhood dogs to achieve his goal of having a dog of his own,” DellAnno said.
GREECE, NY

Bagel Express

Kendall outsiders may be surprised the area has some solid bagel options. We get it. Kendall doesn’t have a bagelicious reputation. But before croquetas took over, bagels were as common in this part of Dade as Michael Kors bags in TJ Maxx. Bagel Express is one of those old-school Kendall bagel shops located across Town & Country Mall (or whatever bougie name it goes by now). If the dude across the counter wore more form-fitting clothes, you’d think you stepped into the ‘70s. Bagels here strike the perfect balance between soft and chewy, the lox schmear is smooth and savory, and the coffee is hot. It’s also kind of trippy to eat a bagel in a place that feels less like being on the set of The Nanny—which is what you’d get in Aventura—and more like ¿Qué Pasa USA?.
KENDALL, NY

Fritanga Monimbo

Kendall isn’t the first place that comes to mind when most Miamians think of where to find the best Nicaraguan food. However, my first taste actually happened at this Kendall fritanga over 20 years ago. The flavors of the food here - chargrilled carne asada, delicately seasoned gallo pinto, and caramelized nuggets of sweet plantain - compelled me to learn as much as I could about Nicaraguan cuisine. Fritanga Monimbo continues to deliver to this day, and it has become one of the go-to fritangas for residents of this huge swath of unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Besides serving well executed grilled meats and refreshing drinks, this place also specializes in some harder-to-find specialties, including a braised tongue that is as tender as filet mignon.
KENDALL, NY
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‘I just can’t stop’

Members of Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous share their struggle to break their addiction to food. Ted tried numerous weight loss programs and plans over the years, all of which failed. “The top of my food chain was doughnuts, pastries and pasta,” says the 67-year-old Greece resident, who spoke on...
ROCHESTER, NY

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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