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Saints and Sinners

It is said that the dead cannot speak - though the Fenton History Center's Saints and Sinners tour of the Lakeview Cemetery are giving voice to their storie... Read More

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Auto Q&A: Does Van Need New Spark Plugs?

Dear Tom,

I own a 2000 Chevy Venture Van with 54,000 miles. The transmission fluid has been changed twice and the coolant was changed about one year ago. Should I get the spark plugs changed before they get stuck in the head? The dealer wants to just clean them and not replace them. Thank you.

Cole from Buffalo, NY


Food Bank of Western New York Announces New Truck

The St. Susan's Center and the Food Bank of WNY will be adding a new truck to their fleet as a new transportation option to more shelters and pantries.

The agency has purchased a three-ton capacity truck for deliveries of food three days a week to other agencies in Chautauqua County.

The new truck will be unveiled in a ceremony which will include remarks by representatives of the Chautauqua County foundations who have funded the truck and the new transportation program; St. Susan’s and the Food Bank of WNY.

The ceremony will be held on Tuesday October 5th at 2pm at the Food Bank of WNY’s Chautauqua Distribution Center.

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United Walk

Representatives from eight local agencies met at the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena on Monday with one goal in mind - walking to raise money for the United Way's 2010 Campaign... Read More

Nationwide Prescription Medication Drop-Off Day A Success

WESTERN NEW YORK - The Drug Enforcement Administration is reporting that 3,280 lbs. of unneeded medications were safely disposed of Saturday as a result of 7 drug drops in Erie and Niagara Counties.

The DEA is anticipating that well over two tons of drugs will be safely incinerated at Coventa in Niagara Falls. Medications collected outside of Erie and Niagara County won't be tallied until Monday morning.

The 15 Western New York Collection sites were part of the DEA's national effort to rid our homes and communities of medications that can be misused and abused, particularly by teens.

The Drug Enforcement Administration wants you to hand over those old prescription pills, cough medicines, and other drugs that have been sitting in your medicine cabinet for years.

The DEA's Mark Caverly says it's a public health initiative amid concern about the growing misuse of prescription drugs, especially among kids 12 to 17 years old.

Saturday's Three Divas Concert Doesn't Disappoint

Some of the brightest lights in the local musical theater scene shone Saturday evening at Washington Middle School in a spectacular benefit concert for the Creche Inc... Read More