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Stories by Scott Scanlon

By Scott Scanlon » Sunday, March 1, 2015

Much has been made in recent months about the growing number of mellennials moving into Western New York, particularly those who grew up here, left for school – with little, or no, intention of comi... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Saturday, February 21, 2015

Kevyn Adams grew up in Clarence and played youth hockey in Western New York before his NHL career. Once at the top of his sport, he played with six teams, including as an alternate captain with th... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Saturday, February 21, 2015

Imagine eating food that has never been heated past 118 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s meat-free, dairy-free and, in the vast majority of cases, gluten-free. No steak. No chicken wings. Nothing th... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Thursday, February 19, 2015

Jocelyn Kowalczyk made a pretty good life for herself as an event planner in New York City and Hawaii, rubbing elbows with the upper crust and making a respectable living in the process. Then she c... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Saturday, February 14, 2015

Would one in four students in your middle school have given up a couple of nights a week from October to late January to work on a science and engineering project? That’s how 11 of 44 seventh- an... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Saturday, February 14, 2015

It can be hard to know exactly what to say when someone you know has suffered a death in the family – particularly when the person who died is a child. In some cases, friends may choose to avoid ... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Wednesday, February 11, 2015

By Judith Whitehead – Contributing Writer Just because you have cataracts does not mean they should be removed. A cataract, which is the clouding of a natural lens inside the eye, comes for ma... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Erie County has 818 children in foster care – half of them younger than 10 – and 540 children in foster home settings. Sixty-four of them were placed in December alone. That still leaves 278 ch... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Saturday, February 7, 2015

David M. Cinquino is thankful to his fourth-grade teacher, who taught him early to chase his passions in life. He also is thankful to his career, which helped him find the love of his life. Cinq... Read More

By Scott Scanlon » Friday, February 6, 2015

Gretchen Fierle fancies herself an open-minded eater. Her husband is different. The Elma couple figures to get good use out of the new BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York Two for One cards.... Read More
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