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By Paul Battson/contributor Matthew Canada goes over plans for the Bald for Bucks fundraiser to cure cancer with his brother Andrew Canada.
Niagara-Wheatfield staff facing Sabres alumni, hair clippers on Monday
It began as a way to honor the life of someone extremely close to her.
- Tax increase, staffing/program cuts again on table for Niagara-Wheatfield
- NU gets 'Cats in MAAC quarters
- Erie County Legislature improves payroll system
- Erie County receives grant from Komen WNY
- Niagara-Wheatfield staff facing Sabres alumni, hair clippers on Monday
DUVALL: A view of Millennials
The Pew Research Center this week released a fascinating study about, well, me.
TUCKER: History buffs recall bridge
An update on last week's column on National Fuel and a scheduled re-reading of my meter to adjust the bill that was six times normal.
ADAMCZYK: The luxury of comfort
A local non-profit and non-governmental organization recently asked me to write an essay about my hometown of Kenmore, so I did, and now I remember why fourth-graders find this sort of thing so difficult.
- DUVALL: A view of Millennials
140211 Stained Glass Home Show...Suzanne Todaro and her stained glass artwork at Gleam & Glimmer in North Tonawanda. (DON HEUPEL FOR THE NEWS)
Home sweet home (show)
It’s been a long, gloomy Western New York winter ... but inside Gleam & Glimmer Glass Studio, owner Suzanne Todaro was working on a piece of spring.
- Taking this show on the road
- CRITTER COMPANIONS: Keep warm in March madness
- Make it so
- Authorhood is her cup of tea
- CRITTER COMPANIONS: Taking time, earning trust
- Home sweet home (show)