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AZA & BBG Alumni Reunion Set For Fall 2018

January 12, 2018 by Larry Oskin (Register to contact)

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For 1965 to 1972 Kenmore West & East Graduates

All former 1965 to 1972 AZA, BBG & BBYO members are being invited to a October 5 to 7, 2018 Reunion in Buffalo, New York over Columbus Day Weekend. This special 50+ year reunion will be your opportunity to reconnect with old Jewish friends and to explore the 'new' Buffalo. For more information, to get registered for free on the AZA-BBG Alumni Directory, contact Larry Oskin at (703) 508-XXXX or email your information to ***** Visit: http://www.*****/****Find Us On Facebook! https://http://www.*****/****


December 8, 2017 by Bill Devasher (Register to contact)

50 years of friendship with Joyce Deluca


October 19, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

If you get this, please send me a message that you received it......we are trying to figure out who is active on this site.....if you have

Classmates....please message me if you receive this...trying to figure out what sites of social media people wish to be contacted on....IF you have facebook, please friend us on Kenmore West Class of '68 (not 1968) I am currently posting the names of missing classmates there Thanks Kathy Pender Breuer

Coach David Fleischman

February 19, 2017 by William Tepas (Register to contact)

Coach Fleischman has been nominated for the years 2017 Hall of Fame Class. This is of course well deserved. Congratulations to Coach Fleischman

Looking for more classmates

February 16, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

Please contact me if you have any information on the location of the following:
Gail M. Dahlman
Sue A. Dauscher
Mark I Davis
Joyce A. DeLuca Horey
William DePriest
Sharon A. Derry
Sharon A DeSimone
Linda M. DeSio Childress
Richard E Dimmitt
Robert Dobson
Margaret J. Dorey
Diane K. Duttweiler LaPierre
Kathleen M. Dziura
Mary C. Elkin
Richard E. Dimmitt
Pamela C. Evans Borowski
Grant Fuller
Timothy G. Feeney
Julia O. Felt
Ronald C. Evans
Pamela Fruehauf Hiltsley
Patti Gertis
Donald J. Gambino
Marjie Gelman Gilbert
George E. Garvey
Carol A. Geroux Childress
Deborah S. Glaser Hockman
Jane Y. Granite
Karen M. Grant
Kenneth L. Griffin
Diane S. Gross
John Guzenski

Looking for Classmates

February 11, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

Daniel G. Cable, Mary C. Camilleri, George W. Carrigan, Moira A. Carroll O'Connell, Dennis W. Carter, Michael J. Carter, Deborah L Cassell, James G. Chapman, Midhael L. Chilelli, Deborah J. Clock, Brian L. Cook, Michael J. Cohn, Sharon C. Cough, Edward W. Crispell, Carol A. Croshaw Green, Maargaret A. Czapla Richard W. Dahlke, Gail M. Dahlman, Sue A Dauscher, Marc I. Davis, William A. Depriest, Sharon A. Derry, Sharon A. Desimone, Richard E. Dimmitt, Cyntia L. Diederich, Robert M. Dobson, Margaret J. Dorey Lattimer, John C. Dragich, Charles S. Dunn, Diane K. Dutweiler LaPierre, Kathleen M. Dziura ANY LEADS APPRECIATED BY THE LOST AND FOUND COMMITTEE!!!

Need to find these classmates

February 8, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

Richard Benner
Bonita Bernhard Hirsch
Wayne Berry
Jerry Bertram
Pamela Bickel
Kenneth Boisvert

Cynthia Bostwick....mailing info
Terrance Brooks
Michael Brunner
Denise Bruso Connelly
Donald Burnett


February 5, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

We will not be making a different website. Please register here and on FB to keep up with the news.

Missing Classmates--need contact information

February 2, 2017 by Kathy Pender Breuer (Register to contact)

Need to Find Our Classmates! Contact Kathy Pender Breuer
Richard Albrecht
Jean Allen Brown
Dale V. Anderson Kasper Beiser
Gerald R Anderson
Gloria Anderson
Susan G. Anthony
Lawrence W. Arnold
Richard Backer
Douglas A. Baker
Barbara A. Balcom
Robert F. Baldwin
William A. Banks
Donna Becker Castellano
Jennifer Belcher Giambrone
Alex E. Benedek

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Kenmore West has a staff/student run thrift store

KENMORE, N.Y. - Kenmore West High School has a staff-student run thrift store. It's called KW Freestyle and everything is free. Inside the second-floor thrift store ...

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KENMORE, N.Y. — Daybreak loves celebrating the "Great Kids" who make Western New York a better place to live. During the month of May, 2 On Your side is ...

Widow of electrician killed on the job at Kenmore West sues district, contractor  Buffalo News

Kenmore West High School, where the widow of an electrician killed in a 2017 accident has sued the school district and the contractor on the job. (Google ...

Wife of man killed at Kenmore West High School asking for details on incident - News 4

The wife of an electrician who was killed while working at Kenmore West High School could soon get some answers.

Kenmore West High School held shelter-in-place Wednesday due to student medical issue - News 4

Police performed an investigation, and they say the threats were not credible.

Arthur Hale Izard, car salesman, hockey player  kentonbee

Arthur Hale “Art” Izard, 57, of Phoenix, Arizona, died Sunday, July 28, 2019. Mr. Izard was born in Buffalo on March 24, 1962. He lived most of his life in Kenmore ...

Bruce George | Obituaries  The Star Democrat

GRASONVILLE — Bruce Lee George of Grasonville, MD, passed away on July 22, 2019 at his home. He was 72.

Environmental group looking for volunteers to dig up some dirt on Tonawanda Coke  WBFO

Now that Tonawanda Coke has been shut down, local residents want to know about the possible toxins left behind. Citizen Science Community Resources, one ...

Electrician killed while working at Kenmore West High School  Buffalo News

A subcontractor working in an electrical closet at Kenmore West High School died in an accident early Wednesday morning, a school district official said. The…

Kenmore West students honored with state recognition  WBFO

Five Kenmore West High School students - four of them seniors and the fifth a junior - were recognized Tuesday for their performances in the classroom and.

Vietnam vet shares his experience in new book

For some Vietnam veterans, it is hard to talk about their time in combat. However, Kenmore native Ron Sorrento decided that now is the time to share his story.

2019 baseball honor roll: All-stars from all over WNY  Buffalo News

All-Western New York Player of the Year: Dom Schmidt (Kenmore West) Pos. Name School Yr. P Alex Bellet St. Mary's 12 P Dom Schmidt Kenmore West 12 C ...

The latest problem in education: How to attract new teachers  Buffalo News

Teachers, students, administrators, and local politicians participate in the "Take a look at Teaching Summit" in Kenmore on Jan. 24. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News).

Reporters' Notebook: April 12, 2019  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: A thought for the weekend from comedian and retired talk show host David Letterman, born on this date in 1947, “Everyone has a purpose in life ...

NAYLON, Matthew J.  Buffalo News

NAYLON - Matthew J. Age 55, passed away on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. He was born April 30, 1963, in Buffalo, NY to William (deceased) and Susan ...

After 34 wins in a row, two tough losses for Frontier girls lax  Buffalo News

Frontier had won 34 straight games against Western New York opponents in girls lacrosse since losing to Lancaster in the 2016 Class A sectionals. Monday ...

Ken-Ton School District aims to help needy through 32nd SleepOut  kentonbee

Every year when temperatures are often the coldest, students, staff and family members from the Ken-Ton School District, along with a host of volunteers from ...

Kenmore West takes first and second in regional Shakespeare competition  kentonbee

Kenmore West High School has won the top two spots in the 2019 Regional Shakespeare Competition, with students placing first and second. The winner and ...

Former Ken-Ton teacher and wife die in apparent murder-suicide in Florida - News 4

Joseph Sutton, 74, graduated in the 1960s and later taught and coached in the Ken-Ton School District.

Lake Shore gets its shot at Amherst in A-2 girls title game  Buffalo News

Amherst forward Morgan Halt dribbles against Maryvale during the first half of the Section Six A2 Semifinal at Kenmore West high school on Tuesday, Feb.

WNY's Great Grads: From Homeless Shelter to Honor Roll

They left their abusive home and ran away to a shelter for teens all in search of a better life. Now twin sisters from West Seneca East High School are on the ...

Double murder convict up for a pardon

A Kenmore family is making emotional pleas to keep the killer behind bars for life.

WNY's Great Grads: Small School Valedictorian Headed to Princeton

Teachers and administrators in the Alexander Central School District say they may never again find a student as smart, accomplished, driven and nice as ...

Police say armed robbery in Town of Tonawanda has 'similar MO' to recent incidents  Buffalo News

On Tuesday, the Town of Tonawanda Police Department issued a press bulletin, including video clips, regarding a suspected robber that may have been part of ...

Work to begin soon on artificial turf at Ken-Ton's Crosby Field, Kenmore West  Buffalo News

With the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District's capital construction project ahead of schedule, the School Board on Monday agreed to move forward ...

Top 15% at Kenmore West HS want to sit on stage  WKBW-TV

Ten weeks before graduation at Kenmore West High School in Tonawanda, administrators announced that a decades old tradition would be ending.

How 98 Degrees cleaned index cards out of Buffalo (and why it still means something)  Buffalo News

There was a time nearly 20 years ago when you couldn't buy an index card in Buffalo. You could try to hit up an office store, grocery, pharmacy or convenience ...

Tonawanda town police investigate bogus shooting threat, halt softball game  Buffalo News

Town of Tonawanda police received a call late Sunday afternoon from a man threatening to shoot himself and others at a Princeton Avenue house. The call ...

WNY's Great Kids: Buffalo Envy Cheerleading's Team Extraordinary

Among the hundreds of athletes at Buffalo Envy Cheerleading in Lackawanna, is a special squad for adaptive cheerleaders called Team Extraordinary.

Teen who murdered a Kenmore native in 1998 is up for a pardon. His victim's loved ones are outraged.  Buffalo News

Twenty-one years ago, Salvatore Zendano Jr. went to the aid of a fellow bartender who was pistol-whipped during a holdup in their Las Vegas restaurant when ...

Reporters' Notebook: June 11, 2019  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: According to the first female member of Congress, Jeannette Rankin, born on this date in 1880, “You can no more win a war than you can win ...

Kenmore native accused of vandalizing Frederick Douglass statue in Rochester  Buffalo News

A standout high school football player from Kenmore is one of two college students charged Sunday with vandalizing a statue of Frederick Douglass in ...

Hospice Spring Bouquet sale starts Monday  Buffalo News

The Hospice Buffalo Spring Bouquet Sale will run from Monday to Saturday at all Erie County KeyBank branches, Paula's Donuts, and participating florists, ...

Mary Moser, 62, central figure in Buffalo's punk, new wave scene in '70s, '80s  Buffalo News

July 16, 1956 – March 24, 2019 Mary Moser was playing Pong, the video game, on Dec. 8, 1980, in Stage One with Bono, the singer in the Irish rock band U2, ...

John W. Allard, 72, outstanding Red Cross volunteer  Buffalo News

July 23, 1946 – April 13, 2019 John W. Allard was 17 when he gave his first pint of blood at an American Red Cross blood drive. According to his sister, S…

Brian Przybyl, 46, owned Petals and Pines in West Seneca for more than 20 years  Buffalo News

Aug. 16, 1972 — Nov. 18, 2018 As a child, Brian Przybyl worked in his familys home garden and tended his mothers house plants. His playtime became a ...

Retired Ken-Ton teacher, wife dead in Florida murder-suicide  Buffalo News

A husband and wife from Western New York died in a murder-suicide in Florida last week. Joseph C. Sutton Jr., 74, and Karen L. Sutton, 73, were found dead in ...

Police investigating two 'swatting' cases in Town of Tonawanda  Buffalo News

Sundays fake 911 call that drew the police SWAT team to a home near Kenmore West High School is at least the second recent swatting incident in the Town of ...

MALUCCI, Paul C.  Buffalo News

MALUCCI - Paul C. January 12, 1942 - July 27, 2018. After a long illness, Paul C. Malucci (son of the late Gabriel and Josephine Malucci), passed away July 27, ...

3 NYSUT summit on looming teacher shortage held at Kenmore Middle  kentonbee

Approximately one-third of teachers in New York are eligible to retire in the next five years. School districts statewide are facing a teacher shortage, and on ...

SLOAN, Carol A. (Pierro)  Buffalo News

SLOAN - Carol A. (nee Pierro) Born October 21, 1946, in Buffalo, New York, lost her seven month battle with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, while residing in ...

Michael Moran, 84, lifelong social worker and children's advocate, known for his wit  Buffalo News

May 3, 1934 — Nov. 30, 2018 Michael Madison Moran spent the last week of his life in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, trading quips with the staff and fam…

Nancy A. Cunningham, 71, retired director of research library at Roswell Park  Buffalo News

Nov. 3, 1947 – April 3, 2019 Nancy A. Cunningham, of Williamsville, retired director of the medical research library at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer ...

Joseph P. Starck, 74, patriarch of a sailing family  Buffalo News

Jan. 25, 1944 – Nov. 21, 2018 Joseph P. Starck not only came from a sailing family, but also passed his enthusiasm for the sport along to his children and gr…

MacDonald running for city treasurer | Local News  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Michael MacDonald, a certified accountant and longtime math teacher, officially announced his run for city treasurer Tuesday.

Tonawanda store latest stop in recent robbery spree  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

TOWN OF TONAWANDA -- A bold bandit, on a robbery spree spanning Niagara and Erie counties, struck again on Wednesday.

Contractor dies following accident at Ken-Ton school building  WKBW-TV

An electrical sub-contractor passed away Wednesday after an accident at a Ken-Ton district building.

Family shares painful story in effort to end bullying  WGRZ-TV

A Tonawanda grandfather is making his way around parts of Western New York trying to pitch an educational program to help kids deal with bullies.

Reporters' Notebook: July 5, 2019  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: According to cartoonist Bill Watterson, creator of “Calvin and Hobbes” and born on this date in 1958, “The problem with the future is that it ...

John L. Fonagy Jr., 75, bowled eight 300 games  Buffalo News

March 21, 1944- May 17, 2019 John L. Fonagy Jr. was a bowling prodigy, meriting a mention in Sports Illustrated. In 1964, the sports magazine wrote that t…

Schools spending big to compete for best field, not just on field  Buffalo News

Out are grass fields that need mowing and that get muddy in the spring. In is synthetic turf. Out are Saturday afternoon games. In are Friday nights under th…

FBI warns students: Threats against schools will be taken seriously  Buffalo News

Criminal justice students at Kenton Career and Technical Center learned about the consequences of making threats against schools Wednesday morning.

Barry Smith, with 7 Stanley Cup rings, joins Buffalo Sports Hall  Buffalo News

No Western New York native can match Stanley Cup trophy stories with Barry Smith. The 68-year-old Kenmore West High School product has won seven ...

Tonawanda may team up with Ken-Ton district on proposed ice arena  Buffalo News

A partnership with the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District could let state aid cover a portion of a proposed ice arena.

Prep Talk Photos of the Week: May 21-28  Buffalo News

Check out the best photos of the week from high school sports.

Stop DWI program brings life-saving lessons to local high schoolers - News 4

This is the period known as the 100 Deadliest Days of the year for teens on the roads, and the Erie County DA's office is working to make sure local high ...

The Briefing: He's one of America's leading optimists, and he grew up in WNY  Buffalo News

The latest book by Gregg Easterbrook — author of the Atlantics football column Tuesday Morning Quarterback — proves theres been plenty of global progress, ...

Reporters' Notebook: May 23, 2018  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: According to longtime General Motors president Alfred P. Sloan, born on this date in 1875, “If you do it right 51 percent of the time, you will en…

Ken-Ton students learning cyber security, data analysis and 3-D printing skills  Buffalo News

Cyber security, app design, computer animation, data analysis and operating a 3-D printers are just some of the skills student in the Kenmore-Town of ...

Frontier Central School Board names new high school principal  Buffalo News

A new principal will start working at Frontier Central High School starting in June. Daniel A. Charland, the assistant principal at Kenmore West High School,…

Family starts anti-bullying program after teen's death  WKBW-TV

The family of a local teen who took his own life, is now working to honor his legacy by helping others recognize and cope with bullying.

What’s better than once in a lifetime? Twice in a lifetime.  Buffalo Rising

Author: Dave Levinthal. As a teenager, I kicked a football 100,000 times, maybe twice that. I don't really know. But I've long been at peace with the final time I ...

Reporters' Notebook: Aug. 1, 2018  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: According to guitarist and singer Jerry Garcia, born on this date in 1942, “Choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.” • • •. THIS JUST ...

Fashion Friday: Meet the man in the lavender sport coat  Buffalo News

Name: Brian J. Straka, 25. What he does: Director of Portfolio Recruitment & Selection, 43North, which runs an annual startup competition to attract new …

Marianne P. (Walker) Eubanks, 75 - Obituaries  Barnstable Patriot

CUMMAQUID - Marianne P. (Walker) Eubanks, 75 of Cummaquid died Friday May 17, 2019 at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis.She was the wife of Kenneth E.

Bovino named Ken-Ton School District superintendent  Buffalo News

Stephen A. Bovino, a retired Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda schools administrator who had served as the school districts interim superintendent for the past three ...

Former Allegany-Limestone superintendent suspended from new school  Olean Times Herald

ALLEGANY — A former Allegany-Limestone Central School District superintendent has been suspended from the downstate school district she's led for the last ...

Greg Haymes leaves legacy of artistry, words, heart  Times Union

Greg Haymes, a prolific writer, musician and visual artist who was a vital part of the Capital Region arts scene for more than 40 years, died Wednesday, 30 days ...

A Christmas 'gift': 98 Degrees to play Niagara Falls this holiday season  Buffalo News

From left to right: Jeff Timmons, Drew Lachey, Nick Lachey and Justin Jeffre of 98 Degrees, which will stop at Seneca Niagara this December. (Nicholas ...

Randy C. Rider, Sheridan Park fire chief, fourth-generation firefighter  Buffalo News

Nov. 11, 1976 — April 18, 2018 Randy C. Rider spent just a short time at Erie Community College after graduating from Kenmore West High School. He got in…

Former Syracuse football quarterback Rob Sutton dead at 64

Former Syracuse football quarterback Rob Sutton passed away March 17 at his Buffalo home after an illness, the Buffalo News previously reported.

Castelli, who made her mark on women's basketball, joins '18 Hall of Fame class  Buffalo News

Gina Castelli and 14 others were officially announced as the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The group will formally be inducted in October.

Country singer delivers anti-bullying message to Lockport students  WBFO

A country singer named 'Billboard Artist to Watch' is visiting some schools in Lockport and Tonawanda this week delivering an anti-bullying message. WBFO's.

Married 57 years, Edward and Margaret Raiff die within days of each other  Buffalo News

Edward J. Raiff - Feb. 18, 1929 - July 15, 2018 Margaret T. Raiff - March 2, 1931 - July 23, 2018 It was love at first sight for Edward J. Raiff when he m…

High School Football’s Friday Night Bloat  New York Times

High school football playoff season has begun across the country, and continues nearly till Christmas. The result will be not 50 titlists but at least 425 state high ...

Rock 'n' roll Mayor Dan DeLano and the fine art of multitasking  Buffalo News

I met Dan DeLano in the early 90s, at the Delaware Inn, a Kenmore tavern he owned that was directly across the street from Absolute Storage, a facility that re…

Susan M. Zebro, fundraiser and advocate for Roswell Park and its art  Buffalo News

July 8, 1950 — July 8, 2018 A talented painter, gardener and decorator, a devoted mother and friend to many, Susan M. Zebro is best known as a tireless ...

Bob Smith, 59, groundbreaking Buffalo-born comedian  Buffalo News

Dec. 24, 1958 – Jan. 20, 2018 Buffalo-born humorist and author Bob Smith, the first openly gay comedian to appear on prominent national TV showcases in ...

NFHS boys basketball cruises past Ken West  Niagara Gazette

KENMORE — The Niagara Falls boys basketball team is back.

US&J 2018 Local Sports in Review, Part 1 LOCKPORT SAYS HELLO, GOODBYE IN 2018  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

It was a year of fond farewells in the Lockport area, for both people, institutions and in many cases, records themselves, in 2018.

Robert “Timothy” McCarthy, Village of Kenmore Trustee  Buffalo News

Sept. 7, 1947 - Nov. 30, 2016 Robert Timothy McCarthy died at his Kenmore home Wednesday after a short illness. He was 69. A Kenmore native, McCarthy ...

Benefit set for Ken West grad diagnosed at 19 with ALS  Buffalo News

Friends and family will hold a benefit for Ben Cambria, a recent Kenmore West High School graduate who was diagnosed last year with amyotrophic lateral ...

Greg Haymes, 1951-2019  Spotlight News

By KAITLIN LEMBO & MICHAEL HALLISEY The measure of a man is judged by the number of ...

Regent Collins writes anti-bullying book inspired by a Buffalo school  WBFO

A new anti-bullying book debuts in Buffalo Friday. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley says it is a local book, authored by New York State Regent.

Flag football league giving kids the chance to learn, grow, and play  WKBW-TV

The Under the Lights Under Armour flag football league is in its first year of existence in Western New York and is sending two teams to Nationals this Fall.

Kenmore Rotary to hold 'Shred-It' event  Niagara Frontier Publications

The Rotary Club of Kenmore will hold its semi-annual "Shred-It" event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, in the parking lot of Kenmore West High School, ...

The accidental mayor of Williamsville talks about his new role in politics  Buffalo News

Dan DeLano doesnt look like your run-of-the-mill politician, and he doesnt have the typical background, either. The new 51-year-old mayor of Williamsville …

Scoutmaster stepping down after 20 years as Tonawanda troop's leader  Buffalo News

Boy Scout Troop 286 Scoutmaster Mark Oetinger obtained the highest rank in scouting 40 years ago as a member of the troop he now leads. Hes one of 62 ...

Price was right in Fredonia victory over Newfane  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

BUFFALO — Thursday's storm came early and it came with a fury — and we're not talking about the weather. No. 5-seeded Fredonia got a game-high 20 points ...

Kenan Center presents awards to student photographers  Niagara Frontier Publications

On Sunday, the Kenan Center in Lockport presented 38 awards to student photographers whose work is currently on exhibit in the Storrs All High Photo Show in ...

UB's Gifted Math Program Challenges Buffalo's Brightest Students  UB News Center

David Wang was underachieving in math class because he was too smart. The seventh grader at Transit Middle School simply lost interest in the subject.

Allegany-Limestone Superintendent Geelan stepping down to accept another post  Olean Times Herald

ALLEGANY — Administrators at the Allegany-Limestone Central School District announced Wednesday that Superintendent Dr. Karen Geelan is stepping down ...

Surgeon's family roots in Poland come with a twist  Buffalo News

He was just a baby when his father left his family behind to move to the U.S. Now an orthopedic surgeon in Buffalo, Dr. Adam Burzynski talks about his roots ...

Pedestrian safety at risky intersections is focus of $4.8 million in grants  Buffalo News

Though instructions for safely crossing Cayuga Road at Cleveland Drive are in place, the button pedestrians need to push is missing. (John Hickey/Buffalo News).

School resource officers don’t exist in Western New York’s Catholic schools  WIVB-TV News 4

School safety is still a big concern for parents across Western New York. When schools open back up this fall, many districts will have school resource officers for ...

Bruised ribs and balky knees – all part of marathon hockey game  Buffalo News

Mike and Amy Lesakowski are founders and co-chairs of the 11 Day Power Play at HarborCenter on Sunday, July 2, 2017. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News).

Soe Maung Maung and Kelly M. Cooper married in July  Buffalo News

Kelly M. Cooper and Soe Maung Maung were married at 2 p.m. on July 9 in St. Joseph's University Church, Buffalo. Guests gathered for a reception at Asbury ...

Reporters' Notebook: May 29, 2017  Buffalo News

OLAF FUB SEZ: According to President John F. Kennedy, born on this date in 1917, “Mothers all want their sons to grow up to be president, but they don't want ...

ATF special agent talks to Victor students about 2nd Amendment

VICTOR — Sean Martineck is a Blue Devil through and through. They seem to follow him everywhere. The Buffalo native went to Kenmore West High School, ...

Column: Sean Kirst: Despite the hurricanes of life, this Bills backer says she's lucky  Buffalo News

Katie OBrien has learned one classic truth of Buffalo: You can move far away and still define yourself by the resilience and communion of the place where you ...

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