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Reps. Higgins and Lee Announce Grand Opening of Passport Center in Western New York

New Full-Service Facility Is One-Stop-Shop for Western New Yorker’s Passport Needs

Rep. Higgins & Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation Announce $5 Million for Buffalo Harbor

Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation (ECHDC) Chairman Jordan Levy announced the release of $5 million, secured through the New York Power Authority relicensing settlement agreement, toward a project to build the Buffalo Harbor Bridge

“For decades limited and disjointed access has kept people, business and opportunity away from the Outer Harbor,” said Congressman Brian Higgins.  “By providing a link between the City’s downtown core and our waterfront we are actually building a bridge to limitless opportunities to draw economic development, jobs, residential living, recreation and tourism into the region.”

How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Auto Q&A with Tom Torbjornsen

Dear Tom,

I own a ’98 Dodge Neon with 97,000 miles. A few days ago while driving, I noticed that the battery light was on and all the gauges were going crazy (up and down). This happens only when the vehicle is in motion. I tested the battery and it’s good. What’s causing the problem?

Louis from Baltimore, MD

Peace Bridge Border Crossing Tips for Buffalo Bills Fans

Authority encourages travelers to follow simple steps for more-efficient game-day transit

BUFFALO, NY/FORT ERIE, ON – Today the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority(Peace Bridge Authority) greets the official start of the National Football League seasonby reminding game-day travelers of a few important international border crossing tips.

“We wish the Bills well in 2010 and want the 12th Man at the game, on time, to cheerthem on,” said PBA Chairman Ken Schoetz. “Educating Bills fans on how to properlycross the border is an important factor in reducing congestion on busy Sundaymornings at the Peace Bridge. Nobody wants to arrive to the stadium late, which iswhy we encourage all travelers to make their trek to the game as easy as possible, byshowing up to the border fully prepared to cross through Customs.”