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A new fashion collection debuting at Rochester’s Fashion Week was inspired by the late Rep. Louise Slaughter. More information is available here.
In recognition of October as Fire Prevention Month in Buffalo, Mayor Byron W. Brown and Buffalo Fire Commissioner William Renaldo announced that the City of Buffalo will celebrate National Fire Prevention and Safety Month by hosting six scheduled Open Houses at firehouses citywide. More information can be found here.
The survey for community input for the Ken-Ton Board of Education superintendent search can be found here.
Bishop Malone released his report on a series of listening sessions that were held across the Buffalo Diocese in recent months. The full report can be found here.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Flood Relief and Recovery Program. It's open to homeowners directly impacted by flooding from January 1, 2019 to September 30, 2019. For more information, click here.
The 43North finalists were announced today:
Vehicles being recalled:
Lake Ontario homeowners whose property was damaged during this year’s flooding can apply for financial assistance to help pay for repairs. Applications will be released soon, but homeowners can sign up now to get on the list.
You can apply for the FuzeHub cybersecurity assistance grant here.
The Buffalo Sabres are getting ready for the golden 50th anniversary, complete with gold-accent jerseys. A full list of dates when the special jerseys will be worn, in addition to themed nights during the season, can be found here.
The entire West Seneca Ethics Code document can be found here.
The calendar says August, but the YMCA says it’s time to sign up for the Turkey Trot. Registration is now open for the Thanksgiving morning tradition, the oldest continually running footrace in the world. Runners can take their marks here.
The DEC and Department of Health have launched a new website about the health of our water resources. The "Know Your Water" website has information on the quality of drinking water and the health of New York's lakes, rivers, and streams. It features a map that lets you search by location.
Equifax will be paying out millions to those affected by a 2017 data breach. Go here to see if you’re eligible for a settlement.
For the Buffalo Water Board's website, click here.
The American Red Cross has less than a three-day supply of blood on hand, after donations were down last week due to the holiday. More information on how and where to donate can be found here or calling 1-800-733-2767.
Visit this website or call 1.888.837.6410 to learn more about Girl Scouts Love State Parks events in Western New York.
Crime Stoppers Buffalo is offering a reward of up to $7,500 for information leading to an arrest or indictment in connection to the death of David Lopez, who was killed nearly a year ago on June 9, 2018 at the Bowl-Inn on Bailey Avenue. Anyone with information is asked to call 716-867-6161.