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Interfaith Commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy

Interfaith Commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy

Submitted by Lenore Neiler

On this Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday weekend, the clergy of Westminster’s interfaith partners will preach in each other's pulpits and each of the clergy, Rabbi Pokras, Imam Mangera, and Rev. Yorty will speak on this theme using Sacred texts of their own traditions. In an age when religions often fragment within their own communities, our congregations have been collaborating for several years building community among one another. 

Our texts and traditions have strong precedent for exactly what we are doing together. Interfaith is no longer an option in today's world, if we seek to build a safe, peaceful and prosperous world for all of our children.

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Major Developer Gets Five Million Dollar Tax Break

Buffalo, N.Y. - Despite objections from County Executive Poloncarz saying it was a waste of taxpayers' money, Uniland Development has received $5 million in tax breaks to build a new $46 million  headquarters for Catholic Health on a vacant piece of land on Genesee Street in downtown Buffalo.

Under the plan, Catholic Health would consolidate its operations at the new building and create a job training center. It says the move will bring 600 jobs downtown and that it will create new 50 jobs as part of the project.

Although the request for the tax breaks had been in the pipeline for a while, Uniland and Catholic Health already held a ground breaking ceremony for the project, and that fact left Erie County legislator Tom Loughran to question whether Uniland really needed the money to go forward.

"This is a great project and I want to see it built, but it seems like we're giving the store away after that fact," said Loughran.

Buffalo State President Aaron Podolefsky on Chancellor Zimpher's State of the University Address

Buffalo State President Aaron Podolefsky on Chancellor Zimpher's State of the University Address
“Chancellor Zimpher’s ambitious agenda embodies the SUNY system’s role as a strong, viable educational leader and emphasizes innovative initiatives that, at the core, set a foundation for student success. Overall, it’s a vision that sends a powerful message toward SUNY’s commitment to excellence, inclusiveness and service as the cornerstone for educating the workers of tomorrow.”

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Sabres Store Ready For Surge of Fans

Now that the NHL is back, the Sabres Store at First Niagara Center is stocked and ready for a surge of fans. The store is offering 50% off all team merchandise for the week. Team officials and fans are optimistic for a successful Sabres season.

The website for the team is here.

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Panel Discussion: Dangerous Invasive Species in the Great Lakes


DETROIT (January 9, 2013) –Detroit Public Television (DPTV) and The Nature Conservancy announce a first-of-its-kind television and Web special, designed to convene a discussion on the solutions to the threats posed by dangerous invasive species in the Great Lakes

Part-Time Help Needed for Sabres / Bandits' Games

BUFFALO, NY - With the Buffalo Sabres back on the ice, Delaware North is looking to hire part-time help for the upcoming Sabres and Bandits' games.

Here are some of the jobs available:

  • Runners in the suite and 200 levels
  • Cooks and Prep Cooks
  • Dishwashers
  • Stand Attendants
  • Hosts/Hostesses
  • Bussers

If you're interested:

  • FOH-servers/runners - call Andre Kallus at 716-855-4591
  • Concession/stand workers - call Ryan Swan at 716-855-4708
  • Culinary - call Scott Green at 716-855-4496
  • General information - call Lynn Mueller at 716-855-4142

10,000 Fans Show Up for Sabres Scrimmage

BUFFALO, NY - The Buffalo Sabres will be dropping the puck for real this weekend. The first home game is Sunday afternoon at 12:30, right here on Channel 2 and NBC.

But, Monday night, 10,000 fans showed up to see the players scrimmage at First Niagara Center.  It's a sign that Western New York hockey fans are geared up for this 48 game, lockout shortened season.

Sabres President Ted Black says team owners Terry and Kim Pegula remain committed to putting a great team on the ice and an experience like none other off the ice which included a fifty percent off sale on all merchandise at the Sabres store.

When individual game tickets went on sale Sunday during a presale period for current season ticket holders.