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2014/07/30 02:33
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Buffalo, already ranked as a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Cyclists, is gearing up to get friendlier. Wheels started rolling for an update of the city’s Bicycle...
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Kimberly L. Beaty, a 27-year Buffalo police veteran and most recently chief of its Northeast District, was sworn in Friday as deputy commissioner, becoming the first woman to join the top ranks of the...
2014/07/25 21:03
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March 21, 1944 – July 20, 2014 Mary Anne Marchione, the founder and owner of Francesca’s Italian Cuisine in South Buffalo, died Sunday in her South Buffalo home. She was 70. Born Mary Anne Guarnieri...
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The Buffalo History Museum will soon have brighter lights in its auditorium, its first public address system and surveillance cameras. A nearly $1 million investment by city taxpayers in the...
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The new splash pad at Martin Luther King Park is not open long enough, Samuel A. Herbert said Thursday. Herbert, chairman of the Coalition to Save Martin Luther King Park, had a news conference on...
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Great Britain thinks Western New York businesses have much to offer its economy, and it has launched a contest to lure some over. During a recent visit to Buffalo, which included an afternoon with...
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She was America’s youngest First Lady ever, and one of its most glamorous. In her day, she was as popular and as widely admired throughout the nation as Jackie Kennedy was in the 1960s, or Michelle...
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A $100,000 Our Town Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts will create a public art project along East and West Ferry streets, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced Thursday. He said it will be “a...
2014/07/16 17:33
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Worn basketball and tennis courts in 24 city parks will be refurbished or replaced with $4 million in improvements, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced Wednesday. The work will be done in three phases,...
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Not only is veteran City Hall figure Steven M. Casey joining developer Scott R. Congel’s effort to redevelop the old Seneca Mall into a regional megaproject, so is one of the nation’s top designers of...
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Seven years after leaving political office and becoming a lobbyist, former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra is trying his luck at a completely different effort he hopes will help his hometown: He’s...
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For the first time in more than eight years, a woman has risen to the top ranks of the Buffalo Police Department with the promotion of Kimberly L. Beaty as deputy police commissioner in charge of...
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A Take Back the Night demonstration, organized to express community solidarity and opposition to several recent attacks on women, drew about 200 people to Symphony Circle on Sunday evening. “This is...
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There were no rows of chairs or microphones at the outer harbor public planning open house meeting Wednesday evening in the WNED Studios in downtown Buffalo. Instead, the crowd of nearly 300 stood...
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New sidewalks, repaving and a streetscape that is more friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists along Ellicott Street within the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus will be completed in August. The $2.8...
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