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PARADES at the Erie County Fair!!!

PARADES at the Erie County Fair!!!

Fairgoers always love a good parade so this year will give you the best again!  As in years past, we will have the opportunity to take in both the Firefighter’s Parade and the Veteran’s Parade at the 176th Erie County Fair.

Mark your calendar now for the Firefighter’s Parade which will take place on Friday, August 14th at 6:30pm in the Gusto Grandstand.  This is the day that the Fair has set aside to celebrate some of WNY’s bravest firefighters!

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The Historic Buffalo River Tour is in it's 30th Season!

The Historic Buffalo River Tour is in it's 30th Season!


  • Explore Buffalo's historic grain elevator district. This two hour presentation by the  Industrial Heritage Committee, Inc.,  aboard the Miss Buffalo II, takes you down the City Ship Canal and through the Buffalo River Grain Elevator District.  
  • The history, architecture, and technology of the grain elevators, flour mills, and other industries on the Buffalo River and City Ship Canal are explained, along with a general history of the Erie Canal, inner harbor area, and more. Photographs, maps and video further enhance this educational experience suitable for all ages.
  • This is the original tour created 30 years ago by the IHC.

Let the Nature Center’s “Nature Tangles” Unleash Your Creativity!

Let the Nature Center’s “Nature Tangles” Unleash Your Creativity!

Jamestown, NY – The Audubon Nature Center is offering an opportunity for you to unleash your creativity in a fun “drawing” workshop that requires no previous expertise.

At “Nature Tangles” on Saturday afternoon, August 15, fine arts teacher Sue Yauchzy will lead you through a process to release your creativity in a fun, bold way.

The 1-3 p.m. class will include a walk outdoors to look for shapes, lines, patterns, and textures.

Inside, you will transform what you saw into interesting abstract designs on paper and other surfaces. This meditative technique, based on practices developed in the ZenTangle™ program, not only creates beautiful results, but also serves to calm your mind and body.

Police make arrests in Jamestown shooting

JAMESTOWN, NY - Jamestown Police say they have made two arrests in connection with Friday's shooting that happened in the parking lot of Tops supermarket on Washington Street.

Both suspects, whose names have not been released at this time, were charged with first-degree assault. Police say additional charges are possible pending further investigation. They are being held in Jamestown City Jail without bail.

The male victim was shot several times as he walked towards the store, police say. He is in critical condition at Erie County Medical Center in Buffalo. His name has not been released.

A car used in the shooting was found on Saturday.

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Fatal accident on Southwestern Blvd.

TOWN OF EVANS, N.Y. – Police are investigating a car accident on Southwestern Boulevard ( Route 20) that claimed a life Saturday morning.

Police say the car was traveling westbound when it left the roadway, crossed a ditch, a field and a lawn, and then hit a tree in a front yard.

The driver was trapped in the wreckage and had to be extricated by emergency personnel. Two other passengers are believed to have been ejected from the vehicle. A fourth person who was ambulatory flagged down a passerby who called 911.

The call came in just before 5 a.m.

All four people were taken to Erie County Medical Center; one by ambulance and three by helicopter. One person died due to the accident and another is in critical condition. The other two are in stable condition. Their names have not been released.

Shooting outside Tops in Jamestown

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - A person was shot in the parking lot of the Tops supermarket on Washington Street just before 6 p.m. Friday.

Jamestown Police say the victim was shot several times at close range from a car that drove up to him as he was leaving the store.

After leaving the lot, the car headed north on Washington Street towards Fluvanna Avenue. Surveillance cameras captured the photo shown below. It's believed to be a Ford Focus.

There's no word on the condition of the victim at this time. He was taken by ambulance to WCA Hospital.

Anyone with information about the shooting or may know the current location of the car in the photo is asked to call the Jamestown Police Department at (716) 483-7537.

You can help an accident victim who lost both legs

BUFFALO, NY - There's a family in the Southtowns who needs your help after a horrific farm accident.

Dillon Williams, 20, of Eden, was helping a friend clear a field of weeds last Thursday, near the home of his girlfriend, where they planned to stage her graduation party.

They were using a tractor and brush hog.

"I went to jump up on the tractor and slipped," recalled Williams. "I fell beneath the tire."

His friend who was driving the tractor immediately tried to shut down the power take-off which was operating the mower behind the tractor, but it was not in time to keep Williams' lower body from encountering the blades.

"My legs went feet first right into the brush hog," Williams told WGRZ-TV.

After the machinery stopped his friend and his girlfriend's father lifted the mower to a ghastly sight.