“It narrowly missed us. It was the scariest thing I’ve ever been through.” – Malika Likavec.
Officer's injuries do not appear to be life-threatening, police officials say; a suspect in the University Heights incident has been taken into custody.Read more »
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The authority deadlocked 5 to 5 over approving minutes, and went nowhere afterward.
Town is accused of improperly changing zoning code; new owner says such claims are 'outrageous.'
As members react to policy shift on gays, area members to 'stay focused on that which unites us.'
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- Kite fundraiser lifts hopes of helping homeless veterans find a place to live
- Buffalo police officer shot; suspect in custody
- City of Lockport expects cleanup access to hazardous site next month
- On-street parking expanding in Elmwood Village
- Cheektowaga lieutenant, known for community involvement, hangs up his badge View more »
- It’s time to legalize popular sport in New York
- Borderline offer, IRS shows it can move quickly, and slapping away helpful hands
- Joy Rowlinson: Wartime memories still remain strong
- Letter: Budget defeat will hurt Clarence’s great schools
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- 137 Taxpayer fatigue blamed for defeats of six school budgets
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- 114 Clarence voters reject 10% tax hike in school budget
- 112 Letter: GOP is trying to distract Americans with 'scandals'
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