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Tens of thousands of Verizon workers will return to work Tuesday after a strike that 

lasted about two weeks. The Communication Workers of America and the International 
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers have issued a statement saying they have agreed to come 
back to work while they continue to negotiate with Verizon Communications Inc. James 
Wagner, the president of CWA Local 1122, which represents more than 500 workers in the 
Buffalo area, said the two sides are still far apart when it comes to things benefits, job 
security, and work flexibility. 
About 45,000 Verizon landline workers from Massachusetts to Virginia went on strike on 
Aug. 7, fighting management demands for contract givebacks. At issue is the company's 
declining landline business in an age of mobile phones.
The weather was perfect yesterday for the major downtown event of the summer, “Summer in 
the City”.  Thousands of area residents turned out to see the classic cars, the main stage 
entertainment and the food and non-profit vendors.  Summer in the city is put together by 
the Business Improvement District.
A confrontation last evening led to the arrest of 55 year old Gary Murray of the Gorton
Road in Basom.  He has been charged with criminal mischief after he allegedly damaged the 
property of another person after a vehicle was damaged during the confrontation with 
another person.  The incident occurred on the Lewiston Road in the Town of Alabama.  
Murray will be arraigned in Alabama town court in September.
In Wyoming County, 28 year old Branden Hare of Silver Springs has been charged with 
Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Menacing, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, and 
Reckless Endangerment.  Hare reportedly punched out a car window while the victim and two 
children were sitting inside the car.  The incident happened on the School Road in the 
Town of Gainesville.   Hare has been jailed in lieu of 10 thousand dollars bail.
Bail has been set at 15 thousand dollars for 54 year old Anthony Nicosia of the Albion 
Road in Oakfield.  Nicosia was arrested Friday after an investigation revealed that he 
allegedly abused a child at his residence back in June.  He’s been charged with Criminal 
Sex Act, Forcible Touching and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
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