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Hometown Headlines 06/18/20

ABOUT 125 PEOPLE MARCHED IN A PEACEFUL VIGIL LAST NIGHT TO MARK THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF TROY HODGE.

 

FIRST RESPONDERS IN NIAGARA COUNTY WERE CALLED OUT TO A PAIR OF EMERGENCIES WEDNESDAY.

 

COVID-19 HOSPITALIZATIONS IN WESTERN NEW YORK CONTINUE TO FALL AS THE AREA LOOKS TO PHASE FOUR OF RE-OPENING.

 

GOVERNOR CUOMO’S FINAL DAILY CORONAVIRUS BRIEFING WILL TAKE PLACE TOMORROW.

 

AN EXECUTIVE ORDER FROM THE GOVERNOR HAS DECLARED JUNETEENTH A HOLIDAY FOR ALL STATE EMPLOYEES.

 

SUMMER VACATION IS HERE AND STUDENTS AND TEACHERS STILL DON’T KNOW IF THEY’LL RETURN TO CLASSROOMS THIS FALL.

 

BOTH E-C-M-C AND CATHOLIC HEALTH HAVE ANNOUNCED REVISED VISITATION POLICIES.

 

MALLS ACROSS NEW YORK CONTINUE TO WAIT FOR WORD WHEN THEY’LL BE ALLOWED TO RE-OPEN.

 

AND, SOUTH BUFFALO’S MICHIGAN AVENUE LIFT BRIDGE CLOSES TODAY FOR SEVERAL MONTHS OF REPAIR WORK.

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