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2 teens in hospital following ATV accident on Zoar Valley Road
CONCORD, N.Y. — Two teens are in the hospital following an ATV accident that occurred over the weekend. The 18-year-old females were both seriously injured when they failed to navigate a curve near the Concord and Collins town line on Saturday. Neither of them were wearing a helmet, according to the Erie County Sheriff's Office.
Crazy Looking Squirrel Spotting In Hamburg
Sometimes you just never know what you are going to see around town. Over the weekend, someone in the town of Hamburg spotted a very weird-looking creature. According to the post, the squirrel was spotted on Sharon Ave in the village of Hamburg. I live in the village of Hamburg...
Merritt Winery Strawberry Festival – June 9 to 11, 2023-Forestville, NY
Merritt Winery Strawberry Festival is June 9 to 11, 2023 at 2264 King Road, Forestville, NY. Features live music, crafts, food, wine and craft beer and wine slush. Balloon artist, bounce house, classic car show Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 6pm plus strawberry desserts. Friday – 5-10pm (no vendors...
Colden man arrested after domestic dispute.
On May 27, 2023, Troopers out of SP Boston arrested Terence P. Maracle., 36, of Colden, NY, for Criminal obstruction of breathing and Harassment 2nd. SP Boston Troopers investigated a domestic dispute on Lower East Hill Road, in the town of Colden. Troopers determined that Terence P. Maracle was responsible for causing injury to the victim. Maracle was arrested and processed at SP Boston. He was arraigned in the town of Colden court and released with an order of protection.
CHPC Memorial Service and Butterfly Release Set for June 3
Chautauqua Hospice and Palliative Care (CHPC) proudly presents its annual Service of Remembrance and Memorial Butterfly Release on Saturday, June 3rd. This heartfelt event offers a profound opportunity for individuals to honor and commemorate their loved ones, both virtually and in-person at our Lakewood offices. In many cultures, butterflies symbolize...
Gowanda, May 30 High School Softball🥎 Game Notice
The Gowanda Senior High School softball team will have a game with Chautauqua Lake Senior High School on May 30, 2023, 16:00:00 CST.
Hamburg Music Festival-Strictly Hip, Miller and Other Sinners and More- June 3, 2023- Hamburg, NY
Hamburg Music Festival is June 3, 2023 from 2pm to 10pm at Memorial Park with live music- 40+ bands, craft beer, wine and kids zone. Wristbands are $15. Strictly Hip, Miller and Other Sinners, Carina and Six String Preacher, Functional Flow and more.
Two restaurants adding automatic surcharge – the exact way to get around it
RESTAURANT owners are regularly charging customers an added fee rather than relying on tipping. Near Buffalo, New York, restaurant owners are helping back-of-house employees make more money. State laws prevent using server tips to pay those employees who don't touch tables. To make up for the pay gap, some restaurant...
Chautauqua County Offers Free Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Events in Dunkirk, Mayville, and Falconer, NY
Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities has announced Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Days in Dunkirk, Mayville, and Falconer, NY. The events allow residents to dispose of hazardous chemicals and used paint for free.
Kadeem Continues to Build His Career in Boston
Blue Chips is a monthly rap column that highlights exceptional rising rappers. To read previous columns, click here. Name five Boston rappers. Take a second. Stop reading and think about it. Kudos if you got as far as Guru, Mr. Lif, and Cousin Stizz. (Great shame on your house if...
WATCH: Driver, Passenger Get Into Shootout on Charlotte Bus
A bus driver and a passenger were both injured in an exchange of gunfire on a North Carolina city bus earlier this month, local transportation authorities said. The May 18 shooting began after the passenger asked to get off the bus between designated stops, according to a Charlotte Area Transit System news release. A verbal argument between driver and passenger escalated when the passenger, identified as Omarri Shariff Tobias, began taunting the driver. “I dare you to touch me,” he says in surveillance footage of the altercation. “I’m going to pop your ass.” He then pulls out a firearm. The driver, David Fullard, then reveals a gun of his own. A company spokesperson told CNN that both men fired their weapons “in rapid succession” as two other passengers on the bus scrambled for cover, though it is not clear who shot first. Both men suffered non-life-threatening bullet injuries in the incident. Tobias was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injuries, communicating threats, and carrying a concealed firearm, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. It was not immediately clear if Fullard would be charged, but the transit system said that he had been fired.Read it at WSOC
Catholic Health bucket gardens growing at nursing homes across Western New York
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Seniors at several Catholic Health nursing homes in Western New York are flexing these green thumbs and trying their hand at growing fresh produce. At St. Francis Park in Hamburg, a small courtyard is filled with five-gallon buckets filled with tomato plants and pepper seedlings. They're even growing strawberries.
First Line Brewing takes on Murph Challenge
The legacy of a navy seal killed on a mission in Afghanistan lives on through the "Murph Challenge." The challenge is named after Lieutenant Michael Murphy and honors the sacrifices he made.
Lackawanna, Town of Evans Police K-9s need help in a securing grant
LACKAWANNA, N.Y. — A Lackawanna Police K-9 officer needs your help. K-9 Rhaegar and his handler, Officer Wozniak, are competing to win grant funds to help maintain and purchase new equipment for the K-9 unit. They money received also goes toward vet bills and Rhaeger's care. K-9 Rhaegar has...
UBMD Ophthalmology, Ira G. Ross Eye Institute to construct 45K-square-foot ASC
University at Buffalo (N.Y.) affiliate UBMD Ophthalmology and Buffalo-based Ira G. Ross Eye Institute are planning to construct a 45,000-square-foot ASC in Orchard Park, N.Y., according to a May 29 report from Buffalo Business First. The ASC is the second phase in an expansion that also added a $9.6 million,...
Memorial Day: new veterans monument in Hamburg
Now to the true meaning of this Memorial Day weekend, remembering all the sacrifices made by local military veterans. A new Eternal Flame Monument was dedicated Lakeside Cemetery in Hamburg.
Man arrested for 'violently' swinging machete in downtown Boston
The 29-year-old was arrested on dangerous weapons charges
Buffalo Restaurants Adding Surcharge To Help Pay Low Wage Employees?
Two Buffalo-area restaurants have added surcharges to customers' bills in order to pay low-wage workers. Tipping and surcharges have become hot topics lately. I have seen many debates on social media about food delivery drivers saying they won't even take orders from people who don't tip upfront. That's a conversation for another day, but for now, let's talk about surcharges. Is it right for a restaurant to add a surcharge to help pay its low-wage workers?
Concert Review and Photos: Boston comes Calling at Memorial Day Weekend festival
The region’s biggest music festival took center stage (actually four stages) Memorial Day weekend when Boston Calling paid a visit to the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston. The festival is “an event,” vibing just a bit like those giant West Coast festivals (think Coachella), with leading players rubbing shoulders with rising stars, many from the Boston/New England region. With too many highlights to write about, I’ll focus on a couple that stood out from the first two days.
Crash victims’ families react to Dennis Drue’s release from prison
The driver who killed two Shenendehowa teens and seriously injured their friends is once again a free man. After spending 9.5 years in prison for the alcohol and drug fueled fatal crash, Dennis Drue was released from prison, six months shy of his November conditional release date.
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