BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Buffalo non profit is holding a fundraiser, to help improve their fire safety. Buffalo ReUse, on East Ferry Street, was condemned last month by the fire department. The building was reportedly full of combustibles and the sprinklers and alarms were out of service.
Money raised will help save their building. You can stop by from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, at the El Museo Art Gallery on Allen Street.
To volunteer with Buffalo ReUse, visit their website buffaloreuse.org. The group is always looking for volunteers to help process donations, participate in neighborhood cleanups and help with other projects.
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Police say that with the assistance of local media, the Town of Evans Police Department was able to identify the person responsible.
A release sent by Town of Evans Police states that they received a call from a woman who stating that the puppy in the photo was one that she sold to someone in Angola in August.
The woman was able to supply...