Amherst Soft Target For Bank Robbers


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Amherst again is a target for a bank robbery.  This time the target was Citizens Bank at 2797 Niagara Falls Blvd.

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The robber was an older dark skinned black male. He did show the teller a gun.

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Older People Are Easy Targets For Thieves

Most people have a special hobby which helps  them relax or make a profit. Homer Mardiniak, a 77 year- old man was a serious collector of comic books. Many of his comic were very valuable.

Arlene Combs admitted taking part in a plan to steal $30,000. of Mr.Marcininak’s comics.She has been sentence to 20 years in prison. Mr Homer Mardiniak died of a heart attack a day after the robbery.

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Wegmans Recalls Italian Classics Butternut Squash Ravioli


Wegmans is recalling some of its brand of ravioli because it may contain cashews and almonds that were not listed as ingredients. Nine-ounce packages of Wegmans Italian Classics Butternut Squash Ravioli, with UPC 77890 36434, sold since June 6 should be returned.

The grocery chain, which said there have been no injuries or illnesses reported to date, said it was notified by the manufacturer that the presence of nuts were revealed in product testing.

The chain said it sold about 54,000 units at 88 stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts.

Consumers with questions may contact Wegmans consumer affairs department toll free at 1-855-934-3663 Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern time.

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Weinstein Proposal for Amherst Golf Course Swaps Gains Backing

Aerial view of the Westwood Country Club site on Sheridan Drive in Amherst. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News file photo)
Aerial view of the Westwood Country Club site on Sheridan Drive in Amherst.

A superior golf course.

New development that wouldn’t impinge on neighborhoods.

Maybe even a 170-acre park.

The blockbuster land deal that Supervisor Barry Weinstein proposed earlier this week to the Amherst Town Board could finally settle a future for the closed Westwood Country Club on Sheridan Drive in a plan that would preserve green space, allow for development and set an example of smart growth for the region.

The town’s golf offerings would get a lot nicer too.

“It would give us a fighting chance with the former Westwood Country Club and the former gun club site,” Weinstein told The Buffalo News. “I can’t make any promises over the things I can’t control. But it gives us a fighting chance.”

The deal is complicated and would require many parties to agree. Other land swaps involving the properties have been proposed before but gone nowhere.
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Oh, We Need A Little Christmas Spirit . . . . and More

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At this time of year stores are filled with every kind of Christmas cheer.  We see Christmas bulbs, candy and all sorts of gifts.  We hear music.  As we walk through different malls we see the wonderful decorations which pick up our spirits.  Our world is cheerful and uplifting.

We are lucky we were born here instead of war torn countries where death, maiming and living in constant fear of being killed surround the people.

Music is playing all around us but the world has been suffering with major catastrophes with earthquakes, floods and war.  A great part of this world lives with hatred between neighbors.

There is an answer to these painful, hurtful tragedies and that is the Lord.  People must seriously turn to their God and follow his way.  The miracles we would see if people truly started to believe in their LORD.

We need to see signs of the the Lord in stores, schools, everywhere.  Look at the way this world is turning out.  GOD is our only hope.  If we truly believe in GOD and follow his way, things will change for the better, if not we’ll have to remember how greed destroyed the world.

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Village of Williamsville

Everyone’s been talking for so long about the Mill, it’s nice to see this beautiful Mill Plaza nearly completed! Check it out for yourself at the Tree Lighting and Spring Street party at 6 p.m. on Sat. Dec. 5th!

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Christmas in the Village

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The Holidays are fast approaching, which means it is almost time for Steve Balesteri’s 2nd annual “Christmas in the Village” concert at the historic Meeting House in the Village of Williamsville! Join us for an evening of some of our favorite Christmas tunes as performed by Steve Balesteri and his Uptown Seven band with the addition of strings! This year’s concert will feature guest vocalists Sharon Bailey and Cortney Costanzo.

In addition to plenty of great music, the event will feature wine tastings, hors d’oeuvres, sweets and hot drinks as well as basket raffles and prize giveaways!

All proceeds from the event will go to the historic Meeting House as they continue renovations and upgrades to truly transform it into a premier live music venue right in the heart of the Village of Williamsville!

For more information on Steve be sure to visit his site

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Mark Poloncarz – Abuser of Power

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Most of the public know little about our Erie County Inspector General Executive of Medicaid.  We’ve only had one man ever fill this Civil Service job and that person is Michael Szukala.

Szukala is a best friend of Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.  This job pays about $100,000 a year.  Mr. Szukala was given this job by Mark.  He took the test for it much later.

On the Annual Statement of Financial Disclosure Mr. Szukala listed that he is the the Medicaid Inspector General, and Treasurer of Hanzlian Sausage Inc.  His wife added she was a food service worker in the Williamsville Central School District.

“Puff the Magic Dragon” entered the life of Mrs. Szukala.  Mark Poloncarz, our County Executive, gave her a job in the Erie County Social Services Department.

Giving a job to Michael Szukala’s wife shows the true character of Mark Poloncarz.  Mark abuses his power by breaking rules and lying to the public over and over and over.

Yes he is a liar and this is the beginning of his end.

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Comedians Williams and Reed Pride Themselves on Political Incorrectness

The Bear’s Den at the Seneca Niagara Casino seems like the perfect Western New York venue for Bruce Williams and Terry Ree, a musical comedy act out of the Dakotas. The self-described “Indian and the White Guy” bring their brand of love, harmony, charged jokes and laughs to Niagara Falls for two shows at the casino showroom Nov. 21.

Williams and Ree have been performing together since the late ’60s, building a musical and sketch act that plays up the misunderstandings and stereotypes between Native Americans and white people. The duo prides itself on their political incorrectness.

They’ve released 10 albums, such as their latest “Red, White and Slightly Blue,” and a number of live DVD performances, including a previous show recorded at the Seneca Niagara Casino.

Williams and Ree perform at 3 and 8 p.m. Nov. 21 in the Bear’s Den. Tickets range from $20 to $35 (box office, Ticketmaster).

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Trump’s Focus on Muslims Distracting Him from Campaign Against Mexicans, Supporters Fear

by Andy Borowitz

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—There are growing fears among supporters of the Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump that his new focus on Muslims is distracting him from his campaign against Mexicans.

After the billionaire said he would consider shutting down mosques if he were President, supporters expressed concern that such signature proposals as a wall with Mexico and mass deportations were being lost in the shuffle.

Carol Foyler, who viewed a recent Trump appearance on television, said that she was “alarmed” to hear him talk about closing mosques “without mentioning the wall with Mexico even once.” “I just worry, I guess, that with all of this talk about Muslims he’s really forgetting about Mexicans,” she said. “It feels kind of like a bait-and-switch.”

Another Trump supporter, Harland Dorrinson, agreed. “Shutting down the mosques is a great idea, sure, but he shouldn’t do that if it’s going to divert resources from forcibly deporting eleven million immigrants,” he said. “I would be very sad to see that happen.”

But Tracy Klugian, a die-hard Trump volunteer who is working for his campaign in Iowa, called such criticism of her candidate “misguided.” “You don’t get to be a successful businessman like Donald Trump without being able to multitask,” she said.

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