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Virtual Learning Support Centers For Erie Co Schools
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz in a story aired on WIVB-TV said roughly $25 million in CARES Act funding will help out schools among other things across Erie county.
7 Fall Activities That Haven’t Been Canceled Here in WNY
7 fall activities that you can still have fun with this year with family and friends.
Could Buffalo Be Facing A Shortage Of Maternity Doctors?
Just when you thought it was a good time to start a family we hear that Buffalo could face a shortage of maternity care doctors, according to a survey of medical professionals nationwide.
Working From Home: Longer Hours, More Stress
Isn't home is supposed to be easier than a daily commute to the office? I have personally been doing it for 6 months now... but interestingly a survey conducted by OnePoll of 2,000 remote-working Americans is challenging what you and I might believe.
Delaware North Laying Off 517 Due To Effects Of Pandemic
WIVB-TV is reporting this morning that Delaware North is laying off a total of 517 people from its workforce due to the effects of COVID-19 with 139 of them from the Western New York area.
2 WNY Teachers Inducted Into The National Teacher Hall Of Fame
8th-grade social studies teacher at Springville Middle School Andrew Beiter, along with Thomas J. Knab, a visual arts teacher at Dodge Elementary in East Amherst have been inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame according to a report aired on WIVB-TV.
Erie County To Use CARES Act Funding To Help With Childcare
On Thursday afternoon, WIVB-TV reported that Erie County leaders announced that a portion of the U.S. CARES Act funding will be used to assist with local childcare.