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By Brian Meyer, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 5--Parents could face fines if their children skip school, under a new law being proposed by a Buffalo Common Council member.
By Andrew Rafferty, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 5--The roller coasters and cotton candy weren't what persuaded Julie and Seth Taylor to choose Darien Lake Theme Park Resort as their honeymoon destination. It was the amusement park's spirituality.
By Tom Precious, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 5--ALBANY -- Thirty years after calling attention to the Love Canal environmental disaster, Lois Gibbs now has a new message for the state: Its regulations governing the cleanup of aging industrial sites are inadequate and a danger to the public.
By Fred O. Williams, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 5--The threat of a strike lingers, but Verizon said that its giant telephone system is operating normally, as workers continue to report for duty under an expired contract.
By Jonathan D. Epstein, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 4--HSBC Holdings Plc said net income fell 29 percent in the first half of the year, as the economic slowdown spread around the globe, capital markets turmoil hurt trading, and the bank's bad debt provision soared 58 percent.
By Melissa Repko, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 4--Elderly or infirm Western New Yorkers seeking to spend down or transfer assets to qualify for Medicaid are finding it increasingly difficult because of changed rules, and a new law will make it even tougher.
By David Robinson, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 3--Twenty years ago, Bob Rich Jr. asked William G. Gisel Jr. to get Rich Products Corp. into international markets, outside its traditional base in the United States and Canada.
By Jeff Miers, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 1--Now, he's the butt of jokes, the guy every late-night comedian and radio blabbermouth will point to when they need a cheap laugh at the expense of liberal "save the world" types.
By Stephanie Schomer, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Aug. 1--Starting Sunday, Darien Lake will become more than just an amusement park. For four days, it will bring thousands of Christians together for music, entertainment and a celebration of their faith.