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- A grand start for disabled child respite home
- Town teen killed crossing Youngmann expressway
- Being neighborly
- DEC Commissioner Joseph Martes makes a STATE VISIT|DEC chief visits area after Coke conviction New York state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joseph Martens, making his first visit to a neighborhood at the center of a massive criminal air pollution trial, said he had a "very moving discussion" with residents who fought for years to clean up the air they said was making them sick.
- DEC chief to meet activists
- Plans for new bike path coming along Residents received positive news Monday night about a bike path project that's been in the works since the 1980s. Although the design plans and a lease deal need to be finalized, the four-mile path is set to be operational by the spring of 2015.
- GOP names election slate
- Advocates target industry's political donations At a press conference Tuesday, Clean Air Coalition members argued that the current campaign finance system slows down the course of justice by lending further support to industrial polluters while drowning out the voices of the little guys.
Thursday's verdict years in the making for citizen activists
Neighbors in those first small living room gatherings, wondering aloud about what was causing those foul odors, could never have imagined it leading to this.
'Eyes open, ears on'
It’s been a wild time this week at Lindbergh and Edison elementary schools in the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda school district.
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