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Grants Allow Rural Outreach Center to Offer Expanded Community Services 

Grants Allow Rural Outreach Center to Offer Expanded Community Services 

 

The Rural Outreach Center (ROC) in South Wales has received a health care grant from the Maria M. Love Foundation and a large FEMA trailer that will be used to offer extended services. The ROC is a nonprofit Christian organization committed to helping individuals and families living in rural communities to overcome poverty through multiple strategies.

Hundreds Welcome Major Miller with Parade in Allegany


ALLEGANY, NY- Hundreds of people came out Saturday to celebrate the return of Western New York solider who was injured during the Fort Hood shooting in April.

Major Patrick Miller served as the grand marshal for the annual old home week parade in his hometown of Allgeany.

Miller was greeted by dozens of family and friends when he arrived back in Western New York Friday.

WEB EXTRA: Major Miller talks to 2 On Your Side about his recovery after the Fort Hood shooting.

The parade route is about a mile long, and will conclude at Miller's Alma Mater St. Bonaventure University.

Miller will also be honored with a plaque presented by a World War II veteran.

WNY soldier hurt in Fort Hood shooting returns home


BUFFALO, NY-- A Western New York solider injured in the Fort Hood, texas shooting earlier this year, has returned home for a visit.

Army Major Patrick Miller of Allegany arrived in Buffalo Friday afternoon to dozens of family and friends who were waiting for him at the airport.

Miller was shot in the abdomen during the April rampage, but was still able to lead seven people to safety by herding them into an office and locking the doors.

Miller told reporters on Friday that he got emotional as the plane touched down in Buffalo.

The Patriot Guard escorted Major Miller to his hometown of Allegany Friday afternoon for his first visit in years. For Miller, it was bittersweet.

Seneca Business Owner Sues the State Over Taxes


SALAMANCA, NY - A Seneca business owner of a store in Salamanca that sells cigarettes filed a lawsuit against New York State claiming that he should not have to pay the state sales tax.

Attorney Paul Cambria is representing the owner of Native Outlet in Salamanca who recently filed a lawsuit against the Attorney General and the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.

Cambria states that the courts need to recognize the Seneca territory as sovereign nation. His client, Eric White wants to be free of New York State sales tax the state is trying to impose on cigarettes and other things.

Eric White is a Native American and an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation of Indians. His convenience store is on the territory.

Matthew Eck held without bail


BUFFALO, NY – The man who allegedly shot at Erie County Sheriff Deputies on his property in the Town of Boston in March pleaded not guilty in court Thursday morning. Matthew Eck was arraigned before an Erie County Court judge.

The 48-year-old is accused of firing 60 rounds, hitting police cars, and hurting one deputy.

He is being held without bail.


Daemen to Celebrate Rosary Hall’s Historic Landmark Designation

Daemen to Celebrate Rosary Hall’s Historic Landmark Designation

Daemen College’s Rosary Hall, recognized for its Italian Renaissance Revival architecture and designed by one of most prominent Buffalo architects of the early 20th century, will be officially designated a historic landmark at 3 p.m. July 1.

The college will host a celebration in Rosary Hall in honor of this distinguished designation by the Amherst Historic Preservation Commission. Daemen President Gary A. Olson, Amherst Deputy Supervisor Guy Marlette, commission representatives, and members of the college community are expected to be in attendance.

“We are honored to have Rosary Hall receive historic landmark status in Amherst, which has been home to the Daemen campus since it was founded,” said Olson. “This beautiful building stands as a visible representation of Daemen’s past and for it to receive such as significant designation is a testament to its preservation as part of the rich history of the college and town.”

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