Local Headlines (Wed May 17)

VOTERS ACROSS W-N-Y SAID “YES” – ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY – TO SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGETS.

 

NEWCOMERS HEATHER HARE AND VICTORIA OBOT HAVE WON SEATS ON THE LOCKPORT SCHOOL BOARD.

 

JOE O’SHAUGHNESSY WILL NOT RUN AGAIN FOR ALDERMAN AT LARGE, BUT RETIRED POLICE CHIEF LARRY EGGERT WILL.

W-N-Y CONGRESSMAN CHRIS COLLINS IS DEFENDING HIMSELF AGAINST ETHICS VIOLATIONS.

CANADIAN DEVELOPER HARRY STINSON PERSISTS IN HIS EFFORTS TO TRANSFORM BUFFALO’S CENTRAL TERMINAL.

 

AFTER A DRY 2016 – BUFFALO IS SHATTERING RECORDS FOR RAINFALL HERE IN 2017.

 

“MRS WALLENDA” IS PLANNING A NEW STUNT OVER THE MIGHTY FALLS OF NIAGARA – HOPEFULLY NEXT MONTH.

 

AND TOWN OF TONAWANDA POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A CAR-PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT AT DELAWARE AND SHERIDAN.

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