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Cambria defense: AG agents illegally raided Pigeon’s home

Cambria defense: AG agents illegally raided Pigeon’s home
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-08-18


G. Steven Pigeon is fighting back.The Buffalo political operative, indicted by a special grand jury on nine counts of bribery and extortion, is answering the charges with a 1½-inch-thick sheaf of pre-trial motions filed by his defense attorneys this week in State Supreme Court.He argues the case against him should be dismissed for several legal reasons, saying evidence was illegally collected...(Read More)

Centenarians tell their stories

Centenarians tell their stories
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-06-26


Margaret M. Richardson – Margie to her family and friends – is full of stories.Then again, who wouldn’t have a lot of experiences to share after living a life that spans an entire century?There was the time that her “daughter” Genise Hasan ran away from her own home as a youngster and went to Richardson’s house to get something to eat.She can provide details...(Read More)

Luminarium by the Lake

Luminarium by the Lake
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-05-26


Buffalo’s Outer Harbor will have its own lakeside “castle” this weekend.The Arboria luminarium, a maze of massive inflatable plastic sculptures, resembles a classy bounce house.But a bounce house it is not.“It’s like a blow-up castle, and looks like a big bounce house,” said Matthew LaSota, general manager of the Outer Harbor Management Group, who on Wednesday...(Read More)

Mother’s fight for justice over child’s lead poisoning gets Rochester firms banned from Buffalo

Mother’s fight for justice over child’s lead poisoning gets Rochester firms banned from Buffalo
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-05-20


The paint chipping and peeling on the walls of Daniel Wellington and Megan Galazka-Miller’s Buffalo apartment was dangerous enough. But then the landlord company gutted a second-floor flat and ignored proper asbestos and lead-safe work practices – during Galazka-Miller’s pregnancy.A blood test during their daughter’s checkup at age 1 revealed an elevated lead level.“I...(Read More)

Death at Niagara Gun Range was suicide, police believe

Death at Niagara Gun Range was suicide, police believe
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-05-16


NORTH TONAWANDA – An Erie County man in his mid-30s apparently committed suicide early Sunday afternoon with a rented rifle at the Niagara Gun Range in North Tonawanda, police said.With others standing close enough to see, the unidentified man shot himself above the neck and died, said Capt. Todd Ostrowski of the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office. He spoke outside the range at 3355 Niagara...(Read More)

Compeer’s ‘matchmaker’ to retire after decades of finding friends for the mentally ill

Compeer’s ‘matchmaker’ to retire after decades of finding friends for the mentally ill
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-05-11


Long before Internet dating sites, Michele Brown carved out a career as a different kind of matchmaker.She finds friends for people coping with mental illness.Over the past 31 years, she has found friends for hundreds of such people.A few success stories:• A woman who had been in the Buffalo Psychiatric Center for years before Brown helped find her a friend, her first in 20 years.•...(Read More)

At 90, Williamsville music teacher wraps up career on a high note

At 90, Williamsville music teacher wraps up career on a high note
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-05-04


“One – two – I want to feel your pulse,” Roy W. Clare tells his room full of seventh-graders who have their hands above African culture drums, pounding out the beat.“That part wasn’t good,” he says bluntly, after their first try. A firm look toward one side of the room and a quick “I don’t want your comments,” cuts off a buzz that...(Read More)

Cuomo’s office gets subpoena in probe of Buffalo Billion

Cuomo’s office gets subpoena in probe of Buffalo Billion
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-04-30


ALBANY – Hours after his office received a subpoena as part of a criminal probe of the Buffalo Billion program, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday ordered a review of his own signature economic development program, which is anchored by the massive SolarCity project along the Buffalo River.The governor’s counsel, Alphonso David, said Friday that the investigation begun last year by U.S....(Read More)

Jacobs Institute, Stratasys partner to advance medical uses of 3D printing

Jacobs Institute, Stratasys partner to advance medical uses of 3D printing
Written by Nick Hobbs on 2016-04-26


Buffalo is taking a big step in its ambitions to play a leading role in one of the next big things in health care: 3D printing.The Jacobs Institute and Stratasys Ltd., a major 3D printer-maker, on Tuesday announced a partnership to advance the use of the emerging technology in medicine, especially in neurosurgery, heart surgery and diseases that impair blood vessels.The two-year arrangement builds...(Read More)





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