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Driver caused 2-car crash arrested for DWI-Drugs


Police were called to the scene of two-vehicle accident near Clarence Town Park on Main Street. Once on the scene, police evaluated the driver that caused the accident, 28-year-old Adam Lukowski, and determined he was under the influence of drugs.

He was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Impaired by Drugs as well as operating an unregistered vehicle and failure to yield the right of way.

Lukowski was released on appearance tickets with a Clarence Town Court appearance scheduled for Nov. 12. 


Professor/Former Punk Rocker Pens ‘The Nihilist’ From No Frills Buffalo

Professor/Former Punk Rocker Pens ‘The Nihilist’ From No Frills Buffalo

 

“The Nihilist,” a philosophical novel by John Marmysz, is the latest release from publishing company No Frills Buffalo. 

Dog Ears Book-signing Event to Feature Author Greg Parkes

Dog Ears Book-signing Event to Feature Author Greg Parkes

 

Greg Parkes, author of  “A Most Civil War,” will visit Dog Ears Bookstore & Café at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19, for a book-signing event. Dog Ears Bookstore is located at 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo.

Noted Expert to Reflect on Legacy of Nuremberg Trials at Daemen Lecture

Noted Expert to Reflect on Legacy of Nuremberg Trials at Daemen Lecture

The 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials will be commemorated with a special lecture by renowned legal scholar John Q. Barrett, scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct 21 in the Daemen College Wick Campus Center Social Room.

“The 70th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials: What Happened Then and Why It Matters Now” will be addressed by Barrett, a noted expert on Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson, the chief prosecutor of Nazi war criminals in Germany. The Daemen Paralegal Studies Speaker Series lecture is free and open to the public.

Fifty years after Jackson’s death, Barrett discovered and edited Jackson’s now acclaimed memoir, “That Man: An Insider’s Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt.” Barrett, a professor of law at St. John’s University, is currently writing a biography on Jackson, a Western New York native who is considered one of most revered lawyers in U.S. history.

Fatal Tractor Trailer Crash in Town of Castile


TOWN OF CASTILE, N.Y. -- New York State Police are investigating a fatal tractor trailer car crash in Town of Castile on Monday.

Police say a tractor trailer that was hauling liquid manure overturned on Middle Reservation Road in the Town of Castile.

The driver, 49-year-old Richard W. Scharet Jr., was driving south on Middle Reservation Road when the vehicle started to swerve and he lost control and the tractor trailer overturned.

Scharet was ejected from the vehicle and succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

About 5,000 gallons of liquid manure was spilled when the tank ruptured after colliding with a utility pole.

Winning pumpkin weighs in at more than 1,700 lbs.


CLARENCE, NY - Plenty of people were out at the Great Pumpkin Farm in Clarence on Sunday to see some of the biggest pumpkins around.

This year's largest pumpkin weigh-in was held with 19 different entries.

The World Pumpkin Weigh-off Winner weighed in at a whopping 1,781.5 pounds -- not far off of the 2,100-pound world record.

The pumpkin's grower, Karl Haist of Clarence Center, must have an orange thumb. He also came in first place last year.


M.E.D.X Introduces Highly Secure Patient Health Information Communications System

M.E.D.X Introduces Highly Secure Patient Health Information Communications System

 

Western New York-based Mobile Encrypted Data Xchange (M.E.D.X) recently launched a HIPAA-compliant mobile app serving the healthcare industry. The product utilizes the latest advances in technical securities, encryption and device safeguards to ensure the highest levels of security while enhancing clinical decision-making and workflows within the healthcare system.