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Heather Ly


Buffalo, NY, United States

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Past articles by Heather:

"Road to Recovery" program seeks volunteers to drive cancer patients to appointments

The American Cancer Society program pairs patients with volunteer drivers to take them to doctor appointments. → Read More

Food Farmacy fighting food insecurity through partnership with Feedmore WNY, D'Youville, and Catholic Health

The Food Farmacy is located in D'Youville University's Health Professions Hub on Connecticut Street in Buffalo. → Read More

Bills GM Brandon Beane, wife pay adoption fees for ‘Muttfia’ draft picks for every touchdown team scores at home

Dogs, cats, birds — even farm animals can be a part of the “Bills Muttfia” at the SPCA Serving Erie County. → Read More

Bills fans taking over LA ahead of NFL season opener against Rams

Bills fans arrived in the LA area ahead of Thursday’s game and took in the sights in Hermosa Beach, site of the official Bills Mafia welcome party. → Read More

WNY boy sets up lemonade stand to raise money for memorial scholarship fund

Nolan Brown is helping a grieving family make a lasting memory with a little help from some thirsty and very generous customers. → Read More

Buffalo Irish Festival back at the Outer Harbor after 2-year break

The festival is now run by the Buffalo Irish Center and the Irish Cultural and Folk Arts Association of Western New York. → Read More

NYSP: 2 alligators found in fishing pond in Clarence Town Park

Two weeks ago a 9-foot long boa constrictor was found along Sturgeon Point Road in Derby. → Read More

People Inc. celebrates grand opening of The People Shoppe in Buffalo's Tri-Main Center

The new store gives people with disabilities the opportunity to build job and social skills. → Read More

Apprenticeship program addresses skills gap in WNY manufacturing field

The Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program is a partnership between Orleans-Niagara BOCES, the Rochester Technology Manufacturing Assoc. and regional businesses. → Read More

Basil dealerships donate new van to F.A.T.H.E.R.S. in memory of Deacon Heyward Patterson

The special gift was in memory of Deacon Heyward Patterson, who was killed while helping someone load groceries. → Read More

Fundraising underway for new YMCA branch planned for North Buffalo

The 65,000 sq. ft. facility will be able to serve 15,000 people each year. The estimated cost of the project is $30 million. → Read More

Women raising colorectal cancer awareness as cases continue to rise among people under 50

"You know what, it's a day of your life, and it can save your life. My colonoscopy saved my life." → Read More

Annual Hospice and Palliative Care Buffalo Spring Bouquet Sale starts this week

Volunteers have been busy preparing 20,000 bouquets for Hospice's largest annual fundraiser. → Read More

Local non-profit, F BITES, partners with Alden State Bank to open new coffee shop at East Amherst branch

The coffee shop isn't a high-volume store, but the value goes far beyond how many cups they sell. → Read More

Mats for a Mission celebrates 5 years of helping Western New York's homeless population

The group is giving the gift of warmth and compassion by recycling plastic bags and turning them into durable sleeping mats. → Read More

Albright-Knox seeking artwork submissions inspired by the Buffalo Bills

Submit a photo of your masterpiece for a chance to be featured on the Albright-Knox's Twitter and Instagram pages. → Read More

Roswell Park study shows daily vaping may be beneficial for heavy smokers who had no plans to kick the habit

The vaping study looked at 1,600 smokers who are also part of a much larger, nationwide study on tobacco use. → Read More

WNY boutiques team up to support one another, drum up business on Pink Friday

Pink Friday is November 19, and it's a shopping day dedicated to supporting local boutiques. → Read More

Local artist turns old foam food containers into paintings to benefit FeedMore WNY

Barbara Baird created 100 foam mosaic tile paintings and is selling them for $40 each. All proceeds will go to feed those in need in Western New York. → Read More

Flying Bison Brewing Company celebrating 21 years in business with an outdoor party this weekend

Flying Bison turns 21, and they are marking the occasion with a party on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. → Read More