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Video: A relic of Blessed John Paul II comes to Buffalo

Father Mariuz Dymek discusses the relic's stop at Corpus Christi Catholic Church before it moves on to Montreal:

Video: Smallwood students' salute to heroes

Students at Smallwood Elementary Tuesday gather to form a star as part of the Stars for Heroes program. The photo will be used to make cards that will be sent to soldiers, veterans and families of fallen soldiers for Memorial Day.

 

In Focus: Philip L. Haberstro of Wellness Institute

The News' Brian Meyer talks with Philip L. Haberstro, director of the Wellness Institute, about efforts to promote healthy lifestyles in this week's In Focus interview.

Review live blog of Amherst Town Board meeting

By Charlie Specht

Join me at 7 p.m. for a live blog of the Amherst Town Board meeting. Not too many big-ticket items on the agenda, but we may see some passionate public comments. 

The family of Erin Suszynski, the 13-year-old girl who was killed crossing Maple Road last year, is expected to address the board. They are trying to get crosswalks installed at that site.

The family, which is suing the town and the county, says it is having a hard time getting answers on the crosswalks, despite the fact that a group raised $85,000 toward the safety devices. We'll see what happens at 7 p.m. 

Video: Raising up their voices at rally on National Day of Prayer

Speeches, testimonies and songs accompany National Day of Prayer rally at Niagara Square.

Video: Stuff the Bug: Medaille students squeeze out another state record

Medaille College held their third annual Stuff the Bug event. In roughly five minutes they squeezed 23 students into a Volkswagen Beetle, beating last year's record by two. Last year’s mark of 21 was the state record for bug stuffing.

Video: Gloria Steinem on the importance of reproductive freedom

In an interview with The News, women's rights pioneer and author Gloria Steinem speaks about the importance of planned parenthood and of reproductive freedom as a basic freedom.

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