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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Today's forecast: Showers and possible thunderstorms with a high near 78

All WNY News     Thursday, July 27, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


The National Weather Service says showers are likely today -- with thunderstorms also possible after noon and a high near 78. Overnight, expect patchy fog with a low around 65.

Friday will be partly sunny with a high near 72 and a low around 62. Saturday looks to be mostly sunny with a high near 73 and a low around 60. Sunday will be sunny with a high near 73 and a low around 62.

Monday will be sunny with a high near 79 and a low around 66. Tuesday will be partly sunny with a high near 82 and a low around 67. Wednesday looks to be mostly sunny with a high near 84.

Obituaries published July 26, 2017

All WNY News     Thursday, July 27, 2017    
Here are links to the obituaries published by All WNY News on July 26, 2017.


All WNY News publishes obituary notices from area funeral homes free of charge. To submit a notice, email news@allwnynews.com.


DAILY DEAL: John Stamos' Birthday Celebration at Stamps: $5

All WNY News     Thursday, July 27, 2017    
Today's Daily Deal is All WNY Radio's celebration of John Stamos' birthday* with live music from ARCADIA - bandWyatt CoinYellow Sauce, and Jaynie Crash and The Tall Men at Stamps... the bar, Saturday August 19 at 6 p.m.

Tickets for the 21+ show are $7 at the door ... but you can get them for just $5 through the link below: 

 
* (Disclaimer: Although he is invited, John Stamos may not appear at this event)

It's a show you don't want to miss ... and with $5 tickets, you don't have to.

*** All WNY Deals is a program through All WNY News/Radio that allows businesses to pay for advertising with tickets or gift certificates. Buying your tickets through All WNY Deals helps those businesses, keeps All WNY News & Radio free, and saves you money -- all at the same time. For more details, click here. ***

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Buffalo bounced back beating Durham 8-3

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


A home run by Mike Ohlman started a six-run rally in the seventh to seal the win over the Bulls 8-3 Wednesday night at Coca-Cola Field.

Facing a third consecutive loss, the Bisons trailed the Bulls 3-2 entering the bottom of the seventh. Jason Leblebijian led off the inning with a line drive single into right. Mike Ohlman then stepped into the box and delivered a huge fly ball that cleared the wall in right for a two-run blast to give Buffalo the lead.

Buffalo did not stop there; Roemon Fields reached on a fielder's choice, then stole second and moved into third after a wild throw. Dwight Smith Jr. beat out an infield single that allowed Fields to score on the play. Gregorio Petit was issued a free pass to set up a RBI single into right for Rob Refsnyder. In the ensuing at-bat, Rowdy Tellez ripped a ball off the wall in right to score two runs as he reached second safely with a two RBI double. The Herd sent a total of ten batters to the plate as they collected five hits to score six runs grabbing an 8-3 advantage in the seventh.

The Herd managed to get on the board first in the second inning without recording a single hit. Rob Refsnyder led the inning off with a walk. Rowdy Tellez then hit a comebacker to the pitcher who threw the ball into center on the double play attempt, allowing both runners to advance into second and third. With two on, a sacrifice fly off the bat of Jason Leblebijian brought home Refsnyder and provided Buffalo with the 1-0 lead.

The third inning started off with Jon Berti doubling down the line in left. The next batter Dwight Smith Jr. traded places with him ripping a double to left to bring in the run and extend Buffalo's advantage to 2-0 in the third.

Bisons Notes: Mike Ohlman went 2-4 with a home run, double and two RBI… Dwight Smith Jr. was 2-4 with two RBI, a run scored and a walk…Jon Berti was 2-5 with a run scored.

George E. Wakelee -- July 25, 2017

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
No services.


Amy J. Preble -- July 23, 2017

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
No prior visitation, private service.



John A. Sweat -- July 26, 2017

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
Wake, Lombardo Funeral Home, 102 Linwood Ave, Buffalo, NY on Tuesday, August 1st from 10-11 am, funeral to follow at 11 am.


Joan A. Graff -- July 25, 2017

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
Visitation, Lombardo Funeral Home, 3060 Abbott Road, Orchard Park, on Monday, July 31st from 2-4 and 6-7, funeral to follow at 7 pm.


Judy A. VanKnapp -- July 25, 2017

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
VanKNAPP - Judy A. (nee Schlicht) Of Falconer, NY, formerly of Tonawanda, entered into rest July 25, 2017; beloved wife of the late Edward G. VanKnapp Jr.; devoted mother of Cynthia (Ronald) McClaran, Jennifer Garland, Robert VanKnapp, Renee Hemphill and Steven (Tira) VanKnapp; cherished grandmother of several grandchildren; adored great-grandmother of Kamryn, Shayne and LillyAnn; loving daughter of the late Gustav and Martha Schlicht; also survived by relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends may visit the LOMBARDO FUNERAL HOME (Northtowns Chapel) 885 Niagara Falls Blvd., near Eggert/Sheridan Dr. on Friday from 11-2 PM. Funeral service will immediately follow. Interment White Chapel Memorial Park.

DEAL: ThinkSoJoe's Birthday Party at Mohawk Place: $7

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
BUFFALO -- All WNY News & Radio's own ThinkSoJoE celebrates his birthday in style with live music from DredNeksExham Priory, and Lost Elysium, and Billy Draws Two at Buffalo's Mohawk Place

Tickets are $10 at the door ... but you can get them for just $7 through the link below: 



It's a show you don't want to miss ... and with discount tickets from All WNY Deals, you don't have to.

Allentown Fall Festival issues call for work

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


BUFFALO -- Allentown's Fall Festival, to be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 14 on Allen Street between Main and Deleware is looking for participants.

According to the Allentown Assocation, vendor applications are available for download at allentown.org. Applications must be postmarked no later than Aug. 26 to be considered. Approved vendors will be notified by Sept. 9.

Food vendor application will be coming soon. Performer application will also be coming soon or can be obtained by emailing contact@allentown.org with your request including your name, band name, email address, and music type. The event will be featuring a wide range of family-friendly music: electric, acoustic and minstrel.

Saturday's 'Strike Out Cancer Night' includes free tickets to all survivors

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


There are heroes all around us….fighters and survivors who have taken on cancer and won! There are also those that lost their battles...taken from us too soon, but with permanent places in our hearts and our memories.
On Saturday, July 29, the Bisons will honors those heroes that have won their battles and remember those that didn't. As the team hosts the Louisville Bats (7:05 p.m.) at Coca-Cola Field, we ask your help to STRIKE OUT CANCER, presented by WNY Imaging Group with proceeds benefiting the Breast Cancer Network of WNY and the American Cancer Society.
On STRIKE OUT CANCER night, we will honor ALL CANCER SURVIVORS with a FREE TICKET to the game. Just CLICK HERE by the end of the day on Friday, July 28 to register for your free ticket. One survivor will also be chosen at random to throw out the first pitch on Strike Out Cancer Night.
On Saturday, we will also encourage all fans to WEAR LAVENDER in support of the fight against all cancers. Anyone who does will receive a FREE RAFFLE TICKET for one of a number of great gift items. Additional raffle tickets will be available at the game. You could win one of over 50 gift cards or a great piece of sports memorabilia such as a signed Rasmus Ristolainen stick, a signed Marcell Dareus helmet or a Jim Kelly signed photo and book.
We'll also honor all of the brave men, women and children who have fought, or are currently fighting against all forms of cancer, with a PLACARD MOMENT during the game. The entire ballpark will have the chance to stand up and show us who they're fighting for by writing that person's name on the placard.
CLICK HERE for even more information on Strike Out Cancer Night.

Homer-happy Wings fly past Indy

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


The Rochester Red Wings matched a season-high with four home runs, two from Kennys Vargas, to knock off the Indianapolis Indians 7-1 Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field.

Mitch Garver and Niko Goodrum both hit solo home runs for the Red Wings (59-44), who snapped a brief two-game losing skid with the victory. Rochester also homered four times in game two on April 9 at Syracuse.

Dillon Gee (3-1) surrendered one run over 6.0 innings, bouncing back from a rough start in his last outing. He scattered six hits and didn't issue a walk while striking out seven.

The Wings wasted little time jumping on Indians (57-46) starter Tyler Eppler (6-6). Garver hit his homer with one out in the 1st to make it 1-0. Matt Hague made it 2-0 when he doubled and later scored with two outs when he stole third base and scampered home on an error.

Joey Terdoslavich cut the lead in half at 2-1 with a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the 1st.

Goodrum answered with a home run on an 0-2 pitch leading off the 2nd.

The 3-1 lead remained until Vargas hit a line-drive home run on a 3-0 pitch to extend the advantage to 4-1. His second came in the 8th inning to put the game out of reach, capping the scoring at 7-1.

Gee set the side down in order just once, in the 5th, but allowed just one extra-base hit in the game. Indianapolis put runners aboard to open the 6th inning but Gee worked out of trouble, using a pair of strikeouts.

Jake Reed (2.0 IP) and John Curtiss (1.0 IP) tossed scoreless relief behind Gee. The only baserunner against either pitcher was after Reed hit Jacob Stallings leading off the 7th.

J.B. Shuck finished 3-for-5 with a double while Hague and Vargas both tallied multi-hit efforts for the Wings. Garver, Hague and Vargas combined to score six of Rochester's seven runs.

The Red Wings will look for the split tomorrow as Kyle Gibson returns to start for Rochester after being optioned from Minnesota.

PODCAST: Cory Comments On ... stupid criminals

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    

You can't fix stupid. But you can put it in jail.

Higgins calls transgender military ban 'outrageous'

All WNY News     Wednesday, July 26, 2017    
PRESS RELEASE


Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-26), a member of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, released the following statement in response to the President's announcement of a transgender ban in the U.S. Military:

"I have had the opportunity to see our servicemembers in action in some of the most volatile regions of the world and there is nothing more impressive and inspiring.   Members of the U.S. military embody American pride.  
"The President's transgender ban in the military shows an outrageous lack of respect and understanding.  His actions threaten the strength of our military and the liberties each and every one of our servicemembers risk their lives to protect. 
"Statements made by the President of the United States mean something and today's comments by President Trump are the latest demonstrating blatant and dangerous abuse of the bully pulpit.  
"The United States military fight for our freedoms and we will fight for theirs." 

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