OZARK — The Ozark City Schools’ Eagle Espresso student-run coffee shop opened for business in the OCS Career Academy building on the Carroll High School campus with an official ribbon cutting Tuesday afternoon.
ENTERPRISE — The Christmas season officially kicked off Saturday as veterans’ motorcycle groups rode into Westgate Shopping Center bearing gifts for the Marine Corps League’s Toys for Tots Program.
The study was prepared in 2019, so priorities for arena renovations could change when the time comes for improvements.
Brown said the priority should be to keep the Bills in Western New York and not put the team at risk of leaving altogether.
Tuesday's hearing represented a rare opportunity for the community to publicly take a stand on a process that has been mostly behind-the-scenes, aside from consultant reports and occasional statements by the governor, Erie County executive or Pegula representatives.
"This is the time to do it. We always think small, instead of thinking big. Now we have an opportunity, and we’re cheaping out," Termini said.
Lee Enterprises and Amazon Advertising are working together to provide Over The Top (OTT) video services, according to an announcement from the media companies.
Darby Stickler has big plans for the building at 158 N. Foster St. in downtown Dothan.
One upstate group called new taxes "a serious risk" that "will ultimately hurt New York's recovery efforts."
Local health care providers say they are suffering from the lack of a national Covid-19 testing strategy.
As Western New York enters phase four of its reopening on Tuesday, it's not clear how soon the businesses that have been left out will get the green light.
The phased reopening of tribal casinos continued Thursday as the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino went back online.
Gym owners and mall tenants waited eagerly this week for the state’s phase four reopening guidelines so they could get back to business after being closed more than three months for the coronavirus. Instead, they found out that they are excluded from phase four, and that there is no timeline set for them to reopen. “We are very disappointed.
Emergency medicine researchers in Buffalo have launched a study to see if a steroid medication typically used to treat asthma can help patients sick at home with Covid-19. “Some people with viruses or other illnesses feel better sooner, faster with these kinds of medicines, so our hope in this case is that it will be helpful too,” said Dr.
Some families are pressing the state to let them back inside nursing homes as it allows other businesses to
At the Villages of Orleans County in Albion, “we’ve had an inordinate number of deaths … related to Covid,” said Orleans County District Attorney Joseph Cardone.
Horse racing tracks across the state, including two in Western New York, can reopen June 1 though without fans in the stands, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Saturday. Buffalo Raceway, Batavia Downs and other tracks can resume racing with social distancing requirements in place to limit the spread of Covid-19, Cuomo said at his daily news briefing. The governor
26 residents of the McAuley Residence have died of Covid-19, and Mary M. Barber said she expects her mother to soon become part of the death
“This is no place for these very unfortunate folks to be placed,” stated an anonymous letter from “a group of nurses” at the Elderwood facility in a letter to the Erie County
Visits to nursing homes stopped March 12 when Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo ordered a mandatory ban on them to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus and protect the vulnerable
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A dying Niagara County man was moved Wednesday from a nursing home that wouldn’t let his immediate family visit him because of COVID-19 precautions. Elvin “Bill” Hanley was transported to the Niagara Hospice from Northgate Health Care Facility, a nursing home in Wheatfield where he had been in a hospice bed for six days. The nursing home would not
“This is the equivalent of running for Congress in Arkansas and attacking Walmart,” said one veteran Republican political
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The state Health Department has come under pressure for allowing nursing homes to operate without enough
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If Supervisor Brian Kulpa gets his way, the quarter-acre property where the towns of Amherst and Tonawanda meet the City of Buffalo would become Amherst’s 42nd
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