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Hometown Headlines 7/23/21

Buffalo Police say a BB gun prompted an hours-long lockdown at Charles R. Drew Science Magnet School Thursday.


Local farmers are dealing with the biggest crop loss in decades due to Tuesday’s heavy rains. 


The Lockport Town Board is approving Catholic Health’s site plans for the new Lockport Memorial Campus of Mount St. Mary’s Hospital.


Local lawmakers continue to push the Biden Administration to re-open the U.S. / Canadian border.


A Wheatfield family has lost their legal battle to keep chickens in their backyard. 


Niagara County Health officials are holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics both today and tomorrow.


A Tonawanda police officer who was suspended without pay in 2019 is getting over $200,000 in back pay.


The Buffalo Bisons are returning home next month.  All single game tickets will cost $10 and go on sale Monday.


The NHL draft kicks off tonight and the Sabres own the top pick.  Meanwhile the 2021-22 NHL season is out, and the Sabres will open with a four-game home stand against the Canadiens.   

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