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TeamSave Arrives in WNY With Web Discounts for Consumers

A new collective buying website that allows consumers to receive substantial discounts on goods, services and events from hundreds of Buffalo-area businesses has entered the Western New York marketplace.

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Revolutionary War Returns to Old Fort Niagara

The American Revolution returns to Old Fort Niagara and American and British forces are vying for your support. Old Fort Niagara hosts a Revolutionary War Encampment on October 9 & 10.

Beginning at 10am both days, Revolutionary War re-enactors will portray both British and American forces, offering musket and artillery demonstrations throughout the day. At 1pm each day, kids and their parents will be recruited for a mock battle by either the Patriots or the British forces.

Niagara Falls Mayor Says Vacant Homes Attract Issues

NIAGARA FALLS, NY --  Fire investigators say the 8-year-old boy who died in a house fire over the weekend, pryed board off windows of the vacant house and eventually died from smoke inhalation.

Mayor Paul Dyster says that vacant homes are the number one problem in Niagara Falls and he needs to public's help to prevent this from happening again.

"Help us keep an eye on our kids, help us keep them safe, help us keep an eye on properties that are supposed to be boarded up. If you see something bad happening in your neighborhood tell us," says Dyster.

Dyster asks neighbors to call police immediately if anyone in that area sees kids going in and out of any vacant home or if the house needs to be reinforced.

An off-duty fireman noticed smoke coming from a home on 19th Street just before 4pm and called to report the fire.

Slaughter Announces $14 million to Niagara Falls International Airport

NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WGRZ) -- The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded a $14 million grant to the Niagara Falls International Airport to help improve the airport runway's design and safety area.

The funds will allow for the airport to meet the safety guidelines put forth by the FAA.

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (D-Fairport) was pleased to annouce the grant Tuesday saying, "The airport is one more testament to the fact that Niagara County is a good place to do business and I will do everything I can to support it."

Since 2008, Slaughter has obtained over $8 million in grants for various airport improvements.

The Niagara Falls International Airport has three active runways, which serve general aviation, military and commercial flights.

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Golf Benefit at Hyde Park for 3407 Victim

NIAGARA FALLS, NY-- A golf tournament is being held on Sunday, September 26 at Hyde Park Golf Course to raise money to create a memorial in honor of John J. Fiore.

The event is being thrown by John's friends and family to pay tribute for the life they lost on Febraury 12, 2009.

Registration starts at 10:30 a.m., followed by a noon shotgun start, and a 5 p.m. dinner. Entry into the tournament is $75 per person (includes golf), or $300 per four person team. You can also purchase a dinner ticket for $30. The ticket includes: golf cart, lunch, dinner, beverages, and a long drive contest.

There are 144 spots to play in the tournament, and they are expected to  fill up quickly.  Reserve your foursome as soon as possible by calling 716-440-3048 or 716-471-6280. 

Proceeds to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo.

Make Checks Payable to:

John J. Fiore Memorial Golf Tournament

Mail to: PO Box 1781

Somerset Church Renovation Begins

SOMERSET, NY – The giant maples that grow to the west of the Somerset Union Methodist Episcopal Church on Lake Road were trimmed to make room for the roofers and painters.  The maples are over sixty feet tall and were hanging over the roof of the church.  With the cutting of these imposing branches it is now possible to view the bell tower. 

Nationwide Prescription Medication Drop-off Day

BUFFALO, NY-- The Drug Enforcement Administration Buffalo Office is holding a government-sponsored prescription drop-off day on September 25th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

It's easy-- simply drive up, and drop off your old or unused medications. No questions asked, and it's free to the public.

Participating in a pharmaceutical disposal is the only safe way to destroy or dispose of unwanted medications without polluting the environment.

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