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NJ attorney’s fiancée clutches rosary beads in court as shocking DNA details emerge in rape spree case
The New Jersey lawyer charged in a Boston rape spree from 15 years ago was tracked down through DNA evidence left behind on a drinking glass, prosecutors revealed Monday – as his stone-faced fiancée clutched rosary beads at his arraignment. Matthew Nilo, 35, pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated rape, kidnapping, assault with attempt to rape and indecent assault and battery in Suffolk Superior Court on Monday. During the hearing, Nilo’s new fiancée Laura Griffin held rosary beads with a cross attached and stared blankly ahead. She declined to comment to the Boston Globe before leaving, the newspaper reported. Since-deleted social media...
Aurora Mother Of Missing 5-Year-Old Child Arrested And Charged After Child Remains Were Found In Her Apartment
Alexus Tanielle Nelson is being held on a $100,000 bond and is due back in court on June 6.
New Hamburg Restaurant and Taproom Opens In a Prime Location
The calendar says June, which means that we are unofficially into summertime in Western New York. For all the flack that Buffalo gets between November and April, nothing beats this region in summertime. June through September in Western New York is undefeated. It's warm and usually sunny. This area doesn't get as much rain as other spots in the northeast and because of Lake Erie so close, we don't get the crazy heat that other cities do.
Flap over POW-MIA flag in Hamburg
In Hamburg there was a flap over the weekend over a POW-MIA flag that disappeared from town hall. Hamburg Supervisor Randy Hoak says the flag was replaced.
Coming Soon: Pita Gourmet is Expanding With a New Location in the Southtowns
This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers. If you’ve been living in Buffalo for a while now, chances are you’re already familiar with Pita Gourmet. But in case you’re unfamiliar, Pita Gourmet is a locally owned and operated chain of restaurants with a menu full of healthy Mediterranean-American dishes. We’re talking signature pitas and wraps, fresh salads, and sides.
Removal of the POW/MIA flag in Town of Hamburg causes a kerfuffle
HAMBURG, N.Y. — The removal of a POW/MIA flag in the Town of Hamburg has created a stir. The timeline of events began Friday, when the town's Coalition for Equity and Inclusion held a flag-raising at the town hall to recognize Pride Month. "Prior to the ceremony, it became...
Construction Begins on State-of-the-Art Buffalo Bills Football Stadium with $1.6 Billion Economic Impact
Construction has begun on the Buffalo Bills' new $1.54 billion stadium in Orchard Park, marking the largest economic development project in Western New York history. The new 60,000-seat stadium is expected to be completed in 2026 and will have an economic impact of $1.6 billion over 30 years, creating 10,000 union construction jobs.
Holland girl reported missing
Erie County Sheriff’s Deputies are searching for a missing Holland girl. 13-year-old Haleigh Roberts was last seen in Holland Thursday and may be in the Hamburg area.
Softball team loses state championship on rough call by umpires
A softball team lost the state championship game on Saturday after a rough call by the umpires. Sheldon beat Oregon City 1-0 in the Oregon 6A State Championship at Jane Sanders Stadium in Eugene. The game was scoreless until the bottom of the 7th inning when a wacky play happened with one out. Sheldon’s Brooke... The post Softball team loses state championship on rough call by umpires appeared first on Larry Brown Sports.
Summer Snow Expected All Across New York
Get ready for whiteout conditions all across New York as we are bracing for summer snow. The good news is that you won't have to break out the winter clothes or the snowblower to take care of this "snow", this only looks like snow. The "Summer Snow" is really the...
47th annual Roycroft Artisan Summer Festival to be held at Classic Rink on June 24-25
The Roycrofters-At-Large Association will be back again for the 47th annual Roycroft Artisan Summer Arts & Crafts Festival at the Classic Rink on Saturday, June 24, and Sunday June 25. The festival runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day at 41 Riley St., in the Village of East Aurora.
Holiday Valley ready to install new six pack
A major construction project is moving right along at the Holiday Valley resort in Ellicottville. Crews have now finished dismantling the old Mardi Gras quad chairlift.
Is The World’s Smallest Tops Located In New York?
Most people like to be comfy and cozy, but maybe not when you are grocery shopping. Tops Friendly Markets is a grocery store chain that is well-known throughout New York State and the Northeast and it looks like we might have the smallest version of it here in Western New York.
BOCES students build, auction off house as final project before graduation
WEST SENECA, N.Y. — They haven't even officially graduated yet, but a group of students at the BOCES Potters Road Career and Technical Center already have pretty impressive resumes. How many teens can actually say they've built an entire house?. The students are finishing up a two-year program. The...
Local NAMI affiliate expands service area
The region’s affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, formerly known as NAMI Buffalo & Erie County, has been approved to expand its geographic service area to include the counties of Niagara, Orleans, Wyoming, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua. To better reflect this expansion, NAMI-NYS and the national organization granted approval for the name change to NAMI Buffalo & Western New York.
Jamestown Man Arrested In Drug Deal Gone Wrong
SALAMANCA, NY (WNY News Now) – A Jamestown man is behind bars after an August 2022 incident that led to a 23-year-old dying from dangerous drugs. On Wednesday, officers with the Cattaraugus Sheriff’s Department executed a felony arrest warrant on Broad Street Extension in the City of Salamanca.
Notre Dame heading to state semifinals after late rally for win over Gowanda
Submitted game story: The Notre Dame Fighting Irish stole the lead late and defeated Gowanda Panthers 6-5 on Saturday at Frontier High School. The game was tied at five with Notre Dame batting in the top of the seventh when Hayden Groff's sac fly scored one run for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame built a four-run lead in the fifth inning and then held off Gowanda's charge. The Panthers managed four runs in the failed comeback. Tyler Smith, Blake Herman, and John Ondus powered the rally with RBIs.
Boston beer garden to reopen for summer events
The venue reopens for food, entertainment, yoga classes and more this week
‘You guys got involved,’ Call 4 Action helps get bogus school bus citation voided
CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WIVB) — When a Cheektowaga family received a school bus violation from outside the area, from a place they had never been to or heard of, they ended up contacting News 4’s Call 4 Action. Nickol and Christopher Reynolds have been fighting a school bus citation from Suffolk County for a year and […]
‘I don’t think she would’ve survived’: West Seneca police officer buys A/C unit for 81-year-old woman
The officer humbly says he was just doing his job.
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