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A former Hamburg man is facing a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for defrauding investors out of more than $10 million in just two years.

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A capital campaign is being launched in an effort to bring a community owned business to the Parkside neighborhood.

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Some real life perspective on the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was brought to light at Daemen College Monday night.

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A forum in Albany Friday focused on improving graduation rates in the state’s community colleges and unlocking the schools potential.

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A financial scam that cost investors more than $5 million has netted an Orchard Park man a six year prison term.

Thirty-three year old James Rotterman has been convicted on wire fraud and tax charges after bilking investors to cover gambling debts and an expensive lifestyle. He has also been ordered to make $4.5 million in restitution.

Rotterman expressed remorse for his actions as the prosecution argued for a harsher penalty.