The Buffalo Zoo and the Buffalo Niagara International Airport were the sites chosen by two romantic guys who wanted to spring a big, life-altering surprise on their girlfriends. And thanks to YouTube, we can share the moments.
First, with the help of Surapa the elephant, Corey Scherrer asks Ashleigh Gravel to be his bride. Watch to the end and you will see Surapa offer Ashleigh a rose in a container.
Next, watch Carm Saieva surprise Sarah Candelora with a serenade of "Endless Love" performed by the Cheektowaga Community Chorus. This vide was shot by a friend of Saieva's sister who happened to also be picking someone up at the airport.
A second video of the proposal from a slightly different angle was made by the hubsnad of one of the singer of the chorus.
And here's the update: Scherrer and Gravel married Aug. 25, a year, a month and a day after his proposal. Saieva and Candelora, who became engaged in April, are planning their wedding. Both the couple and the Cheektowaga Community Chorus are interested in having the chorus make a return appearance at the wedding.
Chautaugua County authorities hold a press conference Thursday on the fatal shooting of Clymer School Superintendent Keith L. Reed Jr. last Friday to give details of murder suspect Anthony R. Taglianetti II, of Woodbridge, Va.
Medical experts are tapping information technology to try to improve health care and contain costs. The region’s health information exchange shares electronic medical records in ways that aim to improve communication and coordination.
Daniel E. Porreca is executive director of HEALTHeLINK, a collaborative effort that involves numerous health care organizations. He sat down with The Buffalo News’ Brian Meyer for the weekly “In Focus” interview series.
News Staff Reporter T.J. Pignataro spent Monday aboard the US Brig Niagara, which docked at Canalside for Navy Week before conducting a pair of day sails on Lake Erie. Here is his story from Tuesday's paper. And here is some video and photos he shot aboard the ship. The first clip shows students setting the sail. The second clip shows the 34-pound carronade firing a 2-pound black powder cartridge. The third clip shows the crew at work. And the fourth clip shows the Buffalo skyline at night. Finally, there is a photo gallery from T.J.'s trip on the US Brig Niagara.