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Erie County

Weekly News (March 4, 2019)

Festival del Habano XXI Day 4 Day 5 Getting Home & Final Thoughts Cigar News Alec Bradley Adds Megaburner Lighter C.Gars Ltd.’s Latest Auction of...
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Weekly News (Dec. 3, 2018)

Cigar News Crowned Heads Adding Headley Grange Black Lab LE 2018 Davidoff Superior Goes on Sale on Thursday Fratello Ships D.M.V Isabela Releases Limited Edition...
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Sandusky, Ohio Approves Parks Tobacco Ban

Sandusky, Ohio has banned the use of all tobacco products in the city’s parks, piers, marinas, bike paths and golf courses. The measure was approved...
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Sandusky, Ohio Approves Initial Reading of Parks Smoking Ban

It appears that in approximately six weeks, smokers in Sandusky, Ohio will no longer be allowed to light up in parks or other recreational areas....
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Weekly News (April 9, 2018)

Cigar News A.J. Fernandez Increasing Prices on New World, Last Call Davidoff Brings Back Limited Edition 2009 Selección 702 La Instructora Ships Two New Sizes...
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Tonawanda, N.Y. Passes Parks Smoking Ban

The city of Tonawanda, N.Y. has passed a smoking ban for its parks and recreation areas, though the city isn’t planning on committing much in...
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Buffalo, N.Y. Approves Parks Smoking Ban

Smoking in the parks of Buffalo, N.Y. could soon become illegal, as yesterday the city’s Common Council unanimously approved a near-total ban on lighting up...
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Millcreek Township, Pa. Passes Parks Smoking Ban

Millcreek Township, Pa. has passed a smoking ban for its parks as part of its partnership with the Young Lungs at Play program. The ban...
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Amherst Could Craft Strictest Tobacco Ordinance in New York

The Amherst Town Board will soon be looking at a number of tobacco-related ordinances that could make the town of nearly 125,000 people in western...
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Cheektowaga, N.Y. Adds Smoking Ban

Yesterday, the Cheektowaga Town Board unanimously passed a ban on burning tobacco products at the town’s Cultural Center, including the fenced-in areas around the Cultural Center and Lions...
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