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Safe Winter Driving Tips from AAA

Safe Winter Driving Tips from AAA

Severe weather can be both frightening and dangerous for automobile travel. Motorists should know the safety rules for dealing with winter road emergencies.

AAA has some helpful advice for driving in adverse weather.

How to remove snow from your car.

And here are some Winter Driving Dos and Don'ts from NBC's Tom Costello.

Higgins Requests Meeting with Postmaster General

Higgins Requests Meeting with Postmaster General

A Statement Released by the Office of Rep. Brian Higgins

Higgins Calls Existing Data Calling for WNY Closings Inadequate and Insulting

Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) wants answers from the United States Postal Service and he’s going to the top.  Frustrated by the lack of data to justify closings and drastic job cuts in Western New York, the Congressman is asking the U.S. Postmaster General for a meeting to discuss the issue. 

Students Get Creative to Promote Annunciation’s Open House

Students Get Creative to Promote Annunciation’s Open House

Students at Annunciation School in Elma are putting their own mark on the school’s annual open house — literally! The students were invited to use their artistic talents to create unique lawn signs for the open house that will be appearing in neighborhoods surrounding the school in the coming days. The open house event will take place at the school, located at 7580 Clinton St., from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, February 2.

The students were given freedom to include a special message on their signs, in addition to pertinent information about the event. Signs contain messages such as “Come see how we soar,” “You are always welcome,” “Touching hearts, teaching minds, transforming lives” and “I love Annunciation!” Robin Bartnik, the school’s art teacher, oversaw the project.

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Eyewear Trends 2012

Eyewear Trends 2012

Eyewear trends for spring/summer 2012 will be about style, dynamics, innovation and luxury because sunglasses are a great way to show off your fashion taste so choosing the right look is important. The song I wear my sunglasses at night takes on a whole new meaning this spring/summer 2012. Let’s face it sunglasses are designed to protect your eyes from the harmful UVs that are often associated with cancer of the skin, wrinkles, sunburns and other eye damages. Designers are still all about keeping your eyes healthy but they also know that glasses can make or break a hot look providing style, comfort and function.

The People of the Steeple Beautify WNY

A church from the 1880's until the 1970's, the former Blossom Wesleyan Church on Main Street in Elma has a new purpose. After undergoing restoration and refurbishing following a fire, it's now a store called The Olde Steeple.

The shop specializes in home decor of a primitive, or early American motif. Kevin O'Neill met the couple that made this wonderful transformation happen (along with some other family members)!

 

 http://theoldesteeple.com/

 

Completion of Ridge Road Project in Lackawanna

   A major road re-construction project which caused years of delays and frustrations for motorists in Lackawanna is now finished.

   Mayor Geoff Szymanski and Congressman Brian Higgins (D-27th District) held a press conference to announce the completion of a second phase of the project. Over $800,000 in federal and city funding was used to resurface the road and replace sidewalks and curbs for disabled access in a strech of road from South Park Avenue to the new Centennial Bridge. That bridge, which carries Ridge Road over rail lines, was just completed as well back in November. That work began back in 2007.

   Some viewers had complained to 2 On Your Side in 2008 about the higher bridge and construction issues. Then Mayor Norman Polanksi said the bridge was higher because of a new federal standards for such structures over railroad tracks.