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Family Counseling Associates specialize in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults, seniors and their families. Their group of 22 psychologists and social workers average 20-plus years of experience in providing psychotherapy services for individuals, couples and families. They are dedicated to helping you match with the best available therapist to meet your needs. Since most of them are over 50, […]
Kings Acupuncture has healed residents of WNY for over 30 years. Dr. Herbert Lau, L.Ac, took over Kings Acupuncture Wellness Center in 1999. Lau has helped his patients with a variety of issues, including chronic pain, weight control, fertility issues and smoking addiction. Kings specializes in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, chiropractic massage and relaxation, massage therapy, as well as herbal […]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers programs that help veterans with a wide range of options. From education to health insurance, the VA is here to help. The Caregiver Support Program offered by the VA is designed to help support the nation’s caregivers. This program was designed to promote the health and well-being of family caregivers who care for […]
Presbyterian Village at North Church Senior Apartments will host a series of open houses from 1 to 6 p.m. on Thursdays, Sept. 23 and Oct. 14 and 28. North Church is located on Village Park Drive off of North Forest Road in Williamsville. Tours are by appointment only. The Village of North Church is surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary and […]
Erie County Legislators Joe Lorigo, Frank Todaro, Chris Greene, and John Mills are calling on County Executive Mark Poloncarz, Empire State Development, and the Bills organization to publicly release the study that was conducted regarding a potential new stadium. The legislators clocked in a resolution Friday morning noting PSE has publicly acknowledged presenting the study to both New York State […]
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The Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce is seeking members for its Legislative Affairs Council. The council’s mission is to promote business and economic vitality through effective public policy development and advocacy, consistent with the Chamber’s strategic direction. Meetings for the group will be held quarterly with additional meetings as necessary pending current legislative issues. The Council is comprised of 10 individuals […]
Every day, people learn a little more about scams and get a little better at spotting them. At the same time, scammers get smarter too, and they get better and better at copying recorded messaging and directions for phone prompts. They even spoof phone numbers, meaning you can’t trust your caller ID – it may say the call comes from […]
A 17-year-old male from Buffalo has been arraigned before Youth Part Family Court Judge Kelly Brinkworth on several charges following an incident in which he was allegedly in possession of an illegal, loaded handgun inside of the Walden Galleria Mall. The teen has been charged with one count of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, one count […]
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The Reinstein Woods’ History trail will soon receive permanent, durable trailside interpretive signs as a result of a grant and a funds given by a private donor. The Friends of Reinstein Woods recently announced a $6,510 grant from the New York State Park and Trail Partnership Grants program, as well as a private donation which allowed for the $8,710 project. […]
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With the start of the fall semester, Villa Maria College delivered books and supplies to students at no additional cost outside of tuition. CollegeBoard estimates that this change saves students and their families an average of $1240 in out-ofpocket costs per year. The College launched this effort to help make college more affordable and easier to navigate for all students. […]
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