Five Dead Teens, a Stolen Police Car and the ‘most horrific’ crash in decades

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There No Hotdog Like a FT. long Charley Philly Steaks

Charleys Philly Steak
Charley Philly Steaks has opened a new stand at Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls. Opened in 1986, Charley has 550 established and new locations in 47 states and 20 countries.  There is another Charley’s in the Walden Galleria.

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Walter, Santa Deliver Toys To Children At Local Hospital

Walter delivers toys to the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo during his annual “Christmas in July” event.

Assemblyman Ray Walter (R,C,I-Amherst) today delivered hundreds of donated toys to the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, concluding his annual Christmas in July Toy Drive. Walter was joined by several eager volunteers, including a special visit from Santa Claus, to help distribute the gifts. Throughout the summer, Walter and his staff collected donations of new toys for children at the hospital. Walter said this year’s toy drive garnered an overwhelming amount of community support, resulting in an incredible event that brought smiles to the faces of many patients.

“It’s heartwarming to see joy on the faces of so many of our local children braving an illness,” said Walter. “The happiness and holiday cheer we’ve been able to bring these kids were only possible because of the unwavering generosity of people in our community. I want to thank the many individuals and organizations who joined together and made this year’s toy drive such a success. It is times like these that make me proud to have chosen to build a life and raise a family here in Western New York.”

Presents were given to each patient and more will be distributed throughout the year. Walter extended a special thanks to the Western New York Funeral Directors Association for the group’s generous contribution. Its annual golf outing to benefit the hospital was a huge success, bringing in $6,500 in donations to the Christmas in July Toy Drive.

“The WNY Funeral Directors Golf Outing is proud to constantly support Assemblyman Walter’s Toy Drive with the proceeds of our annual event,” said Jack Attfield, Chairman of the Western New York Funeral Directors Golf Outing and Funeral Director at the Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home in Hamburg. “This year we were able to contribute over $6,500 and nothing could make me happier than to see that huge pile of toys going to the hospital knowing it’s going to make someone’s day. I have never had to go through what some parents go through with having a child in the hospital, but hopefully we can make it just a little bit better for that girl or boy. I thank Assemblyman Ray Walter for running the toy drive and for letting us be a big part of it, and we hope to keep our partnership going for a long time to always bring Christmas in July to Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.”

“We are so grateful to Assemblyman Walter for once again spearheading this Christmas in July Toy Drive,” said Donna McKinney, MBA, Senior Director of Hospital Operations, Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. “It’s so touching to see the community come together each year and give so generously to our patients. It’s never easy to be in the hospital, but during the summer months it can be especially hard. Thanks to Assemblyman Walter, the kids have something to be excited about.”

For more information on the Christmas in July Toy Drive or for a donation pick-up, please contact Assemblyman Walter at, or call his district office at 716-634-1895.

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Town Board Meeting Oct. 10, Columbus Day ~ Very Important Meeting


There will be an important Town Board meeting Oct. 10, Columbus Day, at 7:00 P.M. in Town Hall on Main St.  The Town Board will be discussing the raises they plan to give to themselves by taking money from a different Town source.

Public input to what their planning will be helpful.  A major topic will be asking the TB for a 6-month moratorium from any type of development until what is being done in Amherst concerning development is thoroughly explained to the people.

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Republican Party Could Recover as Early as 2096, Experts Say

The New Yorker

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In what is being described as a best-case scenario, some political experts are predicting that the Republicans could once again be a viable political party as early as the year 2096.

Davis Logsdon, the head of the University of Minnesota’s political-science department, said on Saturday that the eighty-year time frame for the Republican Party to recover was “admittedly optimistic, but still doable.”

“It’s not going to be easy, and they have very little margin for error,” Logsdon said. “But if they do everything right and a lot of things cut their way, they could be up and running as a somewhat serviceable political party as early as 2096.”

According to the political strategist Tracy Klugian, however, Logsdon’s 2096 target date for the Republicans’ comeback is “laughably upbeat.”

“In order for the G.O.P. to become even a marginally functional political party again, all memory of the 2016 campaign will have to be obliterated,” Klugian said. “That means everyone who witnessed it will have to be dead, and probably those people’s children, and their children’s children, too. I wouldn’t bet on the Republican Party recovering any earlier than the year 2132.”

When asked about Klugian’s assessment, Logsdon said, “Yeah, 2132 is probably more like it.”

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Obama Hits Record-High Approval Rating Despite Turning Country Into Jobless Crime-Ridden Hellhole

The New Yorker

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—Republicans on Friday expressed bafflement that President Obama had garnered a record-high second-term approval rating despite having turned the United States into an economically devastated, crime-ridden hellhole.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends,” the Trump surrogate Rudolph Giuliani said he was “dumbfounded” by the disconnect between Obama’s high approval rating and the President’s near-total dismemberment of a formerly strong nation.

“This country used to be a wonderful place to live,” the former New York mayor said. “Today, all you see is a hellscape of smoldering ruins.”

Giuliani blamed the mainstream media for not properly informing the American people about the destruction and havoc Obama has wrought since his first day in office.

“We have an unemployment rate of forty per cent and a murder rate of fifty per cent,” he said. “We are losing a million jobs a day to China and hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees are swarming over our border with Mexico. Those are the facts.”

He also questioned the methodology used to determine the President’s approval rating. “These pollsters are just talking to people who are still alive,” he said. “They’re not talking to all of the people who have been killed.”

Having witnessed their President transform a once-great country into a dystopian nightmare unfit for human habitation, the American people’s decision to give Obama a record-high approval rating filled Giuliani with bewilderment. “Maybe they approve of the job he did founding isis,” he said.

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Jill Harth Speaks Out About Alleged Groping by Donald Trump

Harth said of her wish for an apology from Trump: ‘I don’t fully expect one.’

A woman at the centre of sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump has spoken for the first time in detail about her personal experience with the billionaire tycoon who this week became the Republican nominee for president.

Jill Harth, a makeup artist, has stayed quiet for almost 20 years about the way Trump pursued her, and – according to a lawsuit she instigated – cornered her and groped her in his daughter’s bedroom.

After Trump mounted his campaign for the White House, details emerged of the 1997 complaint, in which Harth accused him of “attempted ‘rape’”.

She said she was quickly inundated with interview requests from major US television networks, but resolved not to speak about the events – until Trump publicly said in May that her claims were “meritless” and his daughter Ivanka gave an interview in which she said her father was “not a groper”.

Harth, who feels she has been publicly branded a liar and believes her business has suffered because of her association with the allegations, decided to speak out about her experience with Trump because she wants an apology.

Harth stands by claims of incident described in 1997 lawsuit as ‘attempted rape’ and wants apology from Donald Trump: ‘Don’t call me a liar’
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A 6 Month Moratorium On Development Must Be Given To People

The citizens of Amherst can’t let the most self-center, money spending Town Board we had in the last 3 years tear apart our town.What they are doing to our once charming town is turning it over to a group of-money  hunger people in our local government, the bloody developers and good old boys of Amherst is to make it little New York City.

This Monday,Oct.10 at 7:00 p.m. in Town Hall the citizens of Amherst must ask the Town Board to give the people a 6-month moratorium on development for the people to understand what is truly happening in our Town.

Why does this Town Board act like they are in wonderland?

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Money Is The Main Reason Some People Run For Our Town Board


I would suggest that you just make a statement that:
it was an insult to all town residents the way that they rammed this budget resolution through and attempting to justify it using three town administrators, of which they all, one way or another, owe their jobs to the town board. Also, the comments made by counsel member Sanders that this was a good time to dot this because it is an off election year and the electorate will have forgotten about it by the next election. Also, our new bee council member Spoth’s remark in support of this resolution that she spent a portion of her time keeping track of her time and she calculated her average hourly rate to be only $16.28 an hour, and this is from someone who has only been on the board for 9 months. I guess we all know what really motivates her to run for office. Well council member Spoth, I have news for you, a lot of good people that could probably do the job you do doing the peoples’ business as good if not better than you make a lot less!

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US Blames Russia for Hacking Political Sites

The suspension of joint research on nuclear energy projects between the US and Russia came after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a halt to an agreement with the US on weapons-grade plutonium disposal

The U.S. on Friday blamed the Russian government for the hacking of political sites and accused Moscow of trying to interfere with the upcoming presidential election.

Pressure has been mounting on the Obama administration to call out Russia for the hacking of U.S. political sites and email accounts. The hacking claim Friday was another setback in already strained U.S.-Russia relations.

The White House declined to say whether the formal attribution would trigger sanctions against Russia. A senior Obama administration official said the U.S. would respond “at a time and place of our choosing,” but any retaliation may not take place in the open.

The official said the public won’t necessarily know what actions the U.S. has already taken or will take in the future against Russia in cyberspace. The official wasn’t authorized to comment by name and requested anonymity.

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