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2014/09/20 22:33
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For the last two years, many in the Erie County Democratic Party viewed Chairman Jeremy J. Zellner as a temporary leader – a youngster with tenuous backing, a bridge between predecessor Leonard R....
2014/09/20 22:33
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2014/09/18 22:33
2014/09/18 22:33
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State officials Thursday unveiled the latest Buffalo Billion initiative to support economic redevelopment, setting aside $6.7 million to buy and prepare 50 acres of vacant or underused East Side...
2014/09/18 03:04
2014/09/18 03:04
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The Erie County Democratic Party appears headed for another bloodletting after Amherst Council Member Mark A. Manna announced Wednesday he will challenge Jeremy J. Zellner for the party...
2014/09/17 13:03
2014/09/17 13:03
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After Richard Lipsitz Jr. took all of 15 minutes to introduce the dozens of people on hand in Niagara Square on Tuesday, it became abundantly clear the area’s Democratic and labor establishment is...
2014/09/16 21:03
2014/09/16 21:03
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More than a dozen Buffalo-area museums and cultural institutions will offer free admission on Sept. 27, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced Tuesday. Participating institutions include: Albright-Knox Art...
2014/09/14 03:33
2014/09/14 03:33
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Every other Saturday, local auto industry executive Steve Finch rises at dawn, even when his 8-year-old grandson is visiting. And they bolt out of his Clarence Center home no later than 6 a.m. to be...
2014/09/11 18:03
2014/09/11 18:03
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AMC Theatres, the nation’s second largest movie theater chain, has taken notice of downtown Buffalo’s revitalization. Now it wants to be a part of it. The theater company will be the movie operator...
2014/09/11 04:03
2014/09/11 04:03
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Many people who came to learn about the suggested plan for the outer harbor this week were happy to hear about open spaces, greater access to the lake’s shoreline, preserved woodlands and wildlife...
2014/09/11 01:03
2014/09/11 01:03
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Of all the places in New York State to celebrate his victory in the Democratic primary, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo chose downtown Buffalo on Wednesday to revel in his renomination for a second...
2014/09/10 02:03
2014/09/10 02:03
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Expect a respect for the past and a spare-no-expenses attitude. And – if his track record holds up – a personal interest in all the ins and outs, ups and downs of a sports team. Terry Pegula has made...
2014/09/03 18:03
2014/09/03 18:03
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The two most prominent figures in Buffalo Democratic politics lent their names to Sen. Timothy M. Kennedy’s primary campaign today with endorsements aiming to reach into key constituencies. Mayor...
2014/09/01 22:03
2014/09/01 22:03
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Confronting issues This is the first time Hemphill-Nichols, 48, has run for public office. She has been involved in community organizing in the Fruit Belt neighborhood, as well as McCarley Gardens, a...
2014/08/30 15:03
2014/08/30 15:03
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HarborCenter is virtually a round-the-clock construction job, as workers hustle to keep close to a deadline that has been pushed back – slightly – twice. The rush is on to make up time lost during the...
2014/08/29 00:33
2014/08/29 00:33
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The idea is the marriage of charity and recycling. The Western New York Coalition for Donated Goods, formed in the spring with help from the office of Mayor Byron W. Brown, is having its first...
2014/08/28 21:33
2014/08/28 21:33
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Darnell Jackson Sr., a community activist for the last two decades, is relocating to Charlotte, N.C., on Monday to be closer to his children and grandchildren. For years Jackson, a former gang...
2014/08/28 14:03
2014/08/28 14:03
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Prescription drop-off boxes are now available in the lobbies of Buffalo’s five police district stations to provide citizens with a safe and anonymous way of disposing of drugs that might otherwise end...
2014/08/28 01:33
2014/08/28 01:33
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This was a tough week for naysayers who cling to the view that nothing has changed in Buffalo. Huge projects on the waterfront, at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and downtown have been on the...
2014/08/28 00:03
2014/08/28 00:03
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When it comes to Buffalo’s parking meter thieves, Francis Tronolone was a small-time player. He stole $9,000 in quarters over a 10-year period – a small slice of the total stolen by city workers –...
2014/08/27 21:33
2014/08/27 21:33
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More than $300,000 in federal funding will support crime-fighting efforts in Buffalo. The U.S. Department of Justice has allocated $306,302, which will partially fund a salary for a prosecutor in the...
2014/08/27 02:03
2014/08/27 02:03
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The transformation of a South Buffalo brownfield into a hub for clean energy manufacturing began when the city took a risk to purchase the land six years ago. Mayor Byron W. Brown is hoping a similar...
2014/09/20 22:33
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