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2014/10/22 02:03
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Katherine S. Conway-Turner has carved out a distinguished career in academia, rubbing shoulders with some of the country’s brightest minds and visionary thinkers. But SUNY Buffalo State’s newest...
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2014/10/21 04:03
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This meeting about the deplorable conditions at Towne Gardens was different from the earlier meetings, Council President Darius G. Pridgen told the group of about two dozen residents who came to the...
2014/10/21 02:03
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The West Ferry Street Lift Bridge over the Black Rock Canal will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic until at least the end of 2015 due to a nearly $8 million rehabilitation program that...
2014/10/20 11:33
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NIAGARA FALLS – Two years ago, Johnny G. Destino was conservative enough that he received the Tea Party endorsement in his race to become 62nd District state senator. Today, he’s pursuing the same...
2014/10/17 23:33
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The Buffalo region, with the University at Buffalo leading the way, will become a national model for turning around downtrodden Rust Belt communities, UB President Satish Tripathi said Friday. “We...
2014/10/17 22:33
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Buffalo lawmakers are teaming up with a lawmaker from Brooklyn in an effort to share ways of reducing the specter of gun violence in both cities. New York City Council Member Jumaane Williams met...
2014/10/17 13:03
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City of Buffalo Streets Sanitation crews will be collecting bagged leaves and yard waste at the curbside for later composting from now until Dec. 1, Mayor Byron W. Brown has announced. Participation...
2014/10/17 03:33
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From the day of the first arrests three years ago, the tale of city workers stealing from Buffalo’s parking meters, one quarter at a time, made headlines across the country. And the story only got...
2014/10/17 02:03
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The legacy of the late television journalist Tim Russert is too big for just one room in the Buffalo History Museum. There’s more than can fit into “Inside Tim Russert’s Office: If It’s Sunday, It’s...
2014/10/16 04:41
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The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board wishes to express its unanimous support for the passage of the Unified Development Ordinance, the key element of the Buffalo Green Code. This comprehensive...
2014/10/16 00:33
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A 1913 bascule lift bridge carrying West Ferry Street over the Black Rock Canal and connecting Niagara Street with Broderick Park and the southern end of Squaw island, is being upgraded for the 21st...
2014/10/13 17:03
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A cast of some of New York’s top Democrats attended services at True Bethel Baptist Church on East Ferry Street on Sunday to honor Rev. Darius G. Pridgen’s 20th anniversary as pastor. Sen. Charles E....
2014/10/11 04:33
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Tyler Ennis can’t help but smile when he thinks back to the 2008 NHL Draft. He and his family flew to Ottawa from their home in Edmonton, and they spent two summer days touring Canada’s capital and...
2014/10/10 04:33
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Nerves finally caught up to Sam Reinhart just before the puck dropped for his NHL debut. Jack Skille caught up to him about 10 minutes later, welcoming the rookie to the big leagues in rough...
2014/10/08 03:03
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New peach- and rose-colored sidewalks. Black ornamental lamp posts with teardrop-shaped lights. Large planters along the street, with spots for soon-to-be-planted cherry trees. A one-mile stretch of...
2014/10/05 03:33
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Buffalo fire marshals arrested a Riverside man late Friday and accused him of setting the series of fires on Grant Street Thursday morning that injured three firefighters and one police...
2014/10/02 22:03
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The Better Buffalo Fund, a $30 million program aimed at revitalizing neighborhoods within the city and encouraging housing, retail and business projects near public transportation, is the latest piece...
2014/10/01 16:33
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Bishop Richard J. Malone will bless and dedicate the new Catholic Health System headquarters in downtown Buffalo on Thursday afternoon. More than 600 workers previously scattered at seven local sites...
2014/09/24 12:33
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More than a dozen Buffalo-area museums and cultural institutions will offer free admission Saturday, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced. Participating institutions include: Albright-Knox Art Gallery,...
2014/09/24 04:33
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Students who attend the Charter School for Applied Technologies will soon qualify for the scholarships offered by Say Yes Buffalo. Say Yes already gives financial awards to students at the other...
2014/10/22 02:03
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