A Buffalo apartment complex that's been cited for numerous code violations in the past is back in the spotlight after some residents say they've been living without heat for months. Spectrum News Reporter Kevin Jolly talked with one of the residents about how he's surviving the winter without heat.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Mary Travers Murphy, who heads the Family Justice Center, remembers that fateful day on February 12, 2009. “I was watching coverage of the airplane crash in Clarence and my cellphone rang, I was the town supervisor in Orchard Park, and the police chief called me to tell me that we had a murder in Orchard Park. I thought he was calling to tell me someone went down in that plane," said Murphy.
The snowy winter has a lot of people saying "enough already," but area ski resorts are thanking Old Man Winter for a great year on the slopes. Kevin Jolly went to Holiday Valley in Ellicottville to see how good this winter has been for business. ELLICOTTVILLE, N.Y. -- The past two winters were an uphill battle for Holiday Valley. "Two years ago definitely way not our best year as far as weather goes we had some real weather challenges and the whole year was difficult.
Business owner Larry Stitts likes the Mayor's plan to open a Northwest Savings Bank and Financial Center on Jefferson Ave. Mayor also announced plan to expand free Wi-Fi in the Jefferson Ave. Business District. https://t.co/s8ruPHGRe2
Grand Island based Defensor, Inc. helps FASTER in Ohio train teachers and school staff who carry firearms on how to deal with active shooter situations. FASTER stands for Faculty / Administrator Safety Training & Emergency Response. https://t.co/LItysNr8u3
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Selecting a term
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