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NT Man Among Passengers in Plane Crash

WILSON, NY - Christian Herboth, age 38 of North Tonawanda, NY, was among those injured when a small plane carrying five people, plus the pilot, crashed at the Hollands International Airport in the Town of Wilson on Sunday. He was treated and released from ECMC following the accident.

Officials say the plane crashed about 50 ft. from the Frontier Skydiving Club runway. The plane took off around 2:20 p.m., developed trouble, and came down upside down, breaking into several pieces.

A spokesperson from Frontier Skydiving says that the plane that crashed was a Cessna 185 6-seater aircraft. It was being piloted by 68-year-old Paul Gath, company founder.  Gath has more than 30 years of experience as a pilot and has completed 5000 jumps, according to spokesman John Huber.

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Counting All Dogs

The Town of Tonawanda Police Department is conducting a dog census throughout the Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore. All dogs identified during the census will be checked for a valid New York State dog license.

If a resident is found harboring an unlicensed dog, he or she will be given five days to acquire a license.

The New York State Agricultural and Markets Law requires that all dogs four months of age or older must have a current New York State dog license. A current rabies certificate is required to purchase a dog license.

Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore residents can acquire a dog license at:

Town Clerk's Office

2919 Delaware Avenue, Room 14

Kenmore, NY 14217

For more information, call 877-8800.


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Free Health Screenings and Services

The AARP/Walgreens Wellness Tour is on the second leg of its two-year national health screening tour with the goal of providing more than $60 million worth of free health screenings in more than 3,000 communities across the nation.

'Annie' in Niawanda till Thursday

Bring your lawn chair and a blanket and prepare to be entertained by a cast of more than 90 performers from all across Western New York, ranging in age from three to adult.

In Good Company productions presents the final three performances of 'Annie' this Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in the David L. Miller Bandshell in Niawanda Park.

All performances are free and begin at 7 p.m.

A not-for-profit organization founded six years ago, In Good Company is a local theater group created to help kids gain confidence through theater.


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