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TeamSave Arrives in WNY With Web Discounts for Consumers

A new collective buying website that allows consumers to receive substantial discounts on goods, services and events from hundreds of Buffalo-area businesses has entered the Western New York marketplace.

Toronto-based TeamSave began offering daily discounts of at least 50 percent to Western New York consumers on August 26. Individuals can access these offers by registering on TeamSave.com. Registration is free and the only requirement to register is an e-mail address. The company also promotes its daily discounts on its TeamSave Buffalo Facebook page.

Lincoln Ride Recreated

This article originally appeared in the Jamestown Post-Journal

WASHINGTON, D.C. - County resident Jack Peacock toured Washington, D.C. by horseback Sunday, taking the route Abraham Lincoln traveled while in office.

The event was organized by the hosts of "Best of America by Horseback," a satellite and cable television show which airs on the RFD-TV network.

Peacock is an Irving business owner, having owned and operated Stagecoach West for 31 years. A longtime friend of the hosts of the show, Tom and Pat Seay, Peacock was able to be one of the few people to participate in the ride.

Starting out at Lincoln's summer home, the group followed the same route to the White House which Lincoln took daily while president.

"It was just incredible," Peacock said Monday. "It was a very special day and was certainly one of the highlights of my life."

Man On A Mission

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Congressman Higgins Announces $300,000 for Chautauqua County Health Network

Technology & Collaboration will Benefit Local Residents Suffering from Diabetes and Heart Disease

 Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) joined Chautauqua County hospital leaders and members of the Chautauqua County Health Network (CCHN) to announce a new $300,000 federal grant for the area. The funds, provided through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Rural Health Policy, Small Health Care Provider Quality Improvement program will support a new initiative by CCHN.

“The health care partners that make up Chautauqua County Health Network are leading the way in health innovation,” said Congressman Higgins.  “With the integration of health information technology and the use of collaborative medicine leaders here are lowering costs and delivering better outcomes for the residents in this great community.”

It's Deja Vu All Over Again

FALCONER - Cathy Barone may have experienced deja vu Saturday when her property was in the path of a tornado. The same thing happened 15 years ago at her Gerry-Levant Road home... Read More