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"It just gives you goose bumps," says teacher, when students collect more than $1,200 (mostly in pennies) for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on behalf of ill classmate.
The story of Amanda Heinle and the ring she found created quite a stir. Amanda was leaving the market when she found a mans wedding band in the parking lot.
A Batavia business owner has joined an online campaign to make blankets for the families of Sandy Hook shooting victims.
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As they have done for almost two decades, members of the 82nd Airborne Niagara Frontier Chapter spent part of Christmas Eve with patients at Buffalo's VA Hospital.
The Buffalo City Mission held their annual Christmas Community Meal on Tuesday. Staff and volunteers served over 250 mid-day meals to those looking for something warm to eat.
They have served our Country and sacrificed a great deal, but they have not asked for anything in return. The truth is, many of our veterans need help, especially during the holidays. Now, you can help them.
On Friday Western New Yorkers from all walks of life brought food and cash donations to Tops Markets all across the area.
Donna Park of Lancaster didn't know how many more holidays she would be able to spend with her husband and three young children. She learned in October that her Lupus had progressed and she would need a kidney transplant.
The Salvation Army received a major donation to their red kettle drive Thursday from a Christmas angel.
The man did not leave his name, but he dropped off a huge jug full of money.