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East Aurora Native Launches New Lifestyle Website for Men

East Aurora Native Launches New Lifestyle Website for Men

 

Steven Helmicki, an anti-concussion advocate and president of Primordial Strength Inc., a private gym located in Elma, announces the launch of his latest project, a lifestyle website for men — primordialman.com.  

Primordialman.com is an affiliate of Schott NYC, a premier USA-based manufacturer of leather goods. The website also features high-quality products such as Chanel Platinum, Omega Watches, Boston Whaler, Gustin Jeans and others.  

Driver charged with DWI in pedestrian accident


ORCHARD PARK, NY - Orchard Park Police have charged a 78-year-old man with DWI and Vehicular Assault after he allegedly hit a pedestrian on Sunday evening.

It happened on Southwestern Boulevard near Abbott Road around 7:24 p.m. Police say the pedestrian was taken to Erie County Medical Center with a broken leg and other injuries.

The driver, identified as Stanley J. Gon of Orchard Park, was taken to the police station where he registered a .09% BAC.

The identity of the pedestrian has not been released.

Enhanced Ebola Screening to Commence in U.S. Airports

Enhanced Ebola Screening to Commence in U.S. Airports

 

On Oct. 11, 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs & Border Protection (CBP) commenced screening for the Ebola virus at select U.S. airports. Starting with New York’s JFK Airport, all travelers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone will now undergo enhanced entry screening in an effort to detect overt signs of the deadly illness. This week, Washington-Dulles, Newark, Chicago O-Hare and Atlanta International airports will follow suit. These five airports receive over 94 percent of travelers from the Ebola-affected nations. 

Stadium Visits for Bills-Pats Fans: 30 Year Tradition


ORCHARD PARK, NY - Today's game should have the fans at the Ralph at a fever pitch considering the so-called "Brady Bunch" will be in town. And in the middle of all those fans, some guys with Boston accents will be present.

They are actually part of a friendly rivalry with their buddies from Buffalo and this season marks a milestone for them all.

If anyone took note of a Saturday afternoon gathering at the Big Tree Inn in the shadow of Ralph Wilson Stadium, some of those suspect jerseys that were seen were sporting silver numerals of the New England Patriots.

Terry Pegula Talks About Stadium's Future


Orchard Park, NY – Friday, Terry Pegula confirmed he plans on building a stadium for the Bills.

"I realize it seems to be a significant issue, but it wasn't when we bought the team. You know, we wanted to get the team first. You always have to have the prize before you can build the arena," Pegula said during his press conference.

While Pegula never used the word new, he did say Friday that he wants to build a stadium.

"We will gradually proceed to plan and design a stadium for the Buffalo Bills. You know, these things take time," he said.

As far as time goes, the Bills have eight years left on their lease in Orchard Park. A new stadium also, of course, costs a lot of money. Governor Andrew Cuomo has consistently said he is not convinced a new stadium will be necessary.

"I am very cautious about anything that would cost more money," said Cuomo earlier this year.

Experts, Native Liberian to Discuss Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

Experts, Native Liberian to Discuss Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

In light of the worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Daemen College will host a panel discussion of experts and also offer a personal perspective on the crisis from a native Liberian at the event scheduled for Oct. 20.

The panel discussion, which is part of the Daemen History and Political Science Speakers Series, will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Wick Campus Center Alumni Lounge. The event is free and open to the public.

“In addition to the health care threat of this deadly disease, the Ebola epidemic involves many political, cultural and government policy issues,” said Dr. Joseph Sahr Sankoh, Daemen associate professor of political science/African affairs and panel chair. “The range of expertise from the panelists will help put the public health impact of the Ebola outbreak into perspective and examine the broader implications of the virus as we face this international crisis.”

Panelists will include:

Christmas in the Country Returns to Fairgrounds with New ‘Return Pass’ Offer

Christmas in the Country Returns to Fairgrounds with New ‘Return Pass’ Offer

 

A favorite Western New York tradition, the Christmas in the Country Holiday Artisan Market will celebrate its 30th season when it returns to the Hamburg Fairgrounds Nov. 6-9. And for the first time in its storied history, Christmas in the Country will offer complimentary return passes so patrons can enjoy the sights, sounds and scents of this one-of-a-kind shopping experience all weekend long!  

“We have always felt our patrons needed more than just one day to properly enjoy this event,” said Daniel Kaczynski of Premier Promotions, organizers of the event. “Now everyone has the opportunity to come back as much as they would like at no additional cost.”