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2015/07/29 02:03
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Paul Christopher secretly recorded Joseph A. Mascia repeatedly using the N-word during a tirade about Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown, Common Council President Darius G. Pridgen and other black...
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2015/07/29 02:03
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The major resident organizations at the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority want Joseph A. Mascia to resign from the agency’s board of commissioners, the head of one of the groups said Tuesday. “We...
2015/07/29 00:33
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John J. Flanagan Jr. acknowledges that as a Long Islander, he has much to learn about Buffalo and upstate. But on his first visit to Buffalo as the new majority leader of the State Senate Tuesday,...
2015/07/26 01:33
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The manager of Joseph A. Mascia’s campaign for a seat on the Common Council said she can no longer work for the candidate following the release of a recorded conversation that showed Mascia repeatedly...
2015/07/25 01:33
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City Hall is making it a little easier to drive, bike – or even walk – to the waterfront. The city has begun a $2.5 million project aimed at converting a section of Pearl Street – from Tupper Avenue...
2015/07/24 11:03
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You’ll soon be able to travel in both directions on Pearl Street in downtown Buffalo. Mayor Byron W. Brown will announce Friday the start of a $2.5 million project to convert the one-way, southbound...
2015/07/24 00:33
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Thursday was a tough day for Joseph A. Mascia. A day after Mascia acknowledged making racist comments about some of Buffalo’s African-American leaders, the Housing Authority commissioner and Common...
2015/07/23 02:03
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Fast-food workers in New York State working at national restaurant chains were all but ensured a major raise Wednesday when a state Wage Board recommended increasing the minimum wage for them to $15...
2015/07/21 00:03
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Freshman State Sen. Marc C. Panepinto is facing his first political fire storm after local Republicans demanded he “come clean” on efforts to lobby a state agency for policy changes that critics say...
2015/07/19 01:33
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It was perhaps the shortest campaign in Buffalo history, one candidate suggested. It started Monday, when Delaware District Councilman Michael J. LoCurto announced he was pulling out of the council...
2015/07/17 02:03
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A small brick train station under an elevated highway has been downtown Buffalo’s welcome mat to Amtrak riders for decades. Someday, it could be Canalside. The Brown administration and Erie Canal...
2015/07/16 18:03
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You probably never heard of him, but Fred Olen Ray has director and or produced 139 films dating back to the 1970s, according to his page at Internet Movie Database. An independent filmmaker, Ray’s...
2015/07/16 15:34
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Dignitaries from Jamaica and Western New York convened in Buffalo yesterday for the first annual meeting of the Buffalo Jamaica Innovation Enterprise (BJIE), where the main topic of conversation was...
2015/07/16 02:03
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Residents of Buffalo’s East Side have been hearing for a while about new job opportunities locally in advanced manufacturing, electrical and solar energy. Now they’ll be able to get trained in the...
2015/07/15 01:33
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A 42-year-old graphic designer is the winner of the City of Buffalo’s Opportunity Pledge logo contest. Erin B. Harris, a Syracuse University graduate and freelance designer, created a logo featuring...
2015/07/15 00:33
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After spending $7 million of his own money to repair, upgrade and maintain Statler City, Mark D. Croce is finally ready to submit his expenses for reimbursement. The Buffalo businessman and developer...
2015/07/15 00:03
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Buffalo’s twenty-somethings have a clear-cut mindset: They don’t want to be anywhere without full Wi-Fi access. That’s why they and many others welcomed Tuesday’s introduction of Buffalo Connect –...
2015/07/14 03:48
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Buffalo tourism posters popped up around New York City in the past weeks, inviting city residents and visitors to come to the Queen City on the western end of the state. Now, Buffalo is reciprocating...
2015/07/10 15:03
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Residents and businesses in Buffalo that operate their own exterior surveillance camera systems are about to become a vital resource in helping police officers and detectives solve crime in the...
2015/07/09 02:03
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WASHINGTON – The Obama administration Wednesday embarked on the federal government’s most proactive effort ever to reduce housing segregation in places such as Buffalo, the nation’s sixth-most...
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