posted on July 04, 2014 07:09
Seven arrests at last night’s Brad Paisley concert at Darien Lake.
Another four western New York teens were issued tickets for possessing a fake ID.
A 36-year-old Amherst man was arrested for disorderly conduct for allegedly blocking vehicular traffic and causing a disturbance upon exiting the concert.
The others involved charges of trespass, harassment and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Camp Good Days is expected to open on Monday, just months after heavy flooding damaged the area.
Camp officials say volunteers and donations helped in the rebuilding process.
A few more repairs need to be made, but enough work is completed to warrant the opening.
Last month a creek near the camp flooded, destroying multiple buildings on the grounds.
Camp Good Days helps kids with cancer.
The sale process for the Buffalo Bills took a major step forward.
According to multiple media reports Thursday, the organization’s financial advisors have set up a virtual data room for bidders to access detailed financial information.
With a password, potential bidders like Donald Trump who signed nondisclosure agreements previously can review the franchise’s revenues, assets, liabilities and more. It helps the prospective buyers determine how much to bid.
Various polls over the years find some Americans are in the dark over why we celebrate July 4th. One ABC poll found the younger the respondent, the less they know. It also found 14 percent of teens think the U.S. declared independence from the French. Another five percent think it was Canada.