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The Buffalo News
Chorus of hope backs Brown’s State of the City speechKathy Hochul, the lieutenant governor, was there. So was Howard A. Zemsky, the
Chorus of hope backs Brown’s State of the City speech
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Kathy Hochul, the lieutenant governor, was there. So was Howard A. Zemsky, the state development guru. Even Mary Wilson, widow of the former Buffalo Bills owner. Students from the Buffalo Academy of the Visual and Performing Arts sang a breathtaking... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Brown delivers State of the City speechKathy Hochul, the lieutenant governor, was there. So was Howard A. Zemsky, the
Brown delivers State of the City speech
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
Kathy Hochul, the lieutenant governor, was there. So was Howard A. Zemsky, the state development guru. Even Mary Wilson, widow of the former Buffalo Bills owner. Students from the Buffalo Academy of the Visual and Performing Arts sang a breathtaking... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Tops Markets to occupy store next to downtown libraryTops Markets is coming to downtown Buffalo. After much speculation for months,
Tops Markets to occupy store next to downtown library
The Buffalo News / Posted 6 days ago
Tops Markets is coming to downtown Buffalo. After much speculation for months, Mayor Byron W. Brown is announcing Friday that the Williamsville-based grocery chain will likely be opening the first downtown supermarket on Ellicott Street as part of a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Potential challengers to Panepinto weigh raceLess than two years after Marc C. Panepinto won election to the State Senate in
Potential challengers to Panepinto weigh race
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
Less than two years after Marc C. Panepinto won election to the State Senate in one of the most raucous and expensive campaigns in all of New York, several potential candidates are lining up for a repeat performance this fall. At least six Democrats... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo mayor to announce who will build city grocery storeAfter months of anticipation, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown on Friday will annou
Buffalo mayor to announce who will build city grocery store
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 days ago
After months of anticipation, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown on Friday will announce the identity of the firm selected to redevelop a city-owned parking lot on Ellicott Street into a new urban grocery store, parking ramp, annex for Erie Community... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Better Buffalo Fund seeks proposals for projects near public transportationThe state is seeking proposals for the second round of funding from the Better
Better Buffalo Fund seeks proposals for projects near public transportation
The Buffalo News / Posted 8 days ago
The state is seeking proposals for the second round of funding from the Better Buffalo Fund, a $30 million Buffalo Billion program aimed at revitalizing neighborhoods within the city and encouraging housing, retail and business projects near public... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Tribute program to honor Sister Karen KlimczakA tribute in honor of Sister Karen Klimczak, who founded Peaceprints of Western
Tribute program to honor Sister Karen Klimczak
The Buffalo News / Posted 12 days ago
A tribute in honor of Sister Karen Klimczak, who founded Peaceprints of Western New York, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Bissonette House, 335 Grider St. Events will include a proclamation by Mayor Byron W. Brown, dedication of the “Days of... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Mayor seeks $1 million for City Hall securityALBANY – Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for m
Mayor seeks $1 million for City Hall security
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
ALBANY – Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for money to address a City Hall that is “vulnerable to a breach of security.” The mayor asked legislators for $1 million so City Hall can acquire X-ray equipment to screen... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Mayor asks $1 million from state for securityALBANY – Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for m
Mayor asks $1 million from state for security
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
ALBANY – Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for money to address a City Hall that is “vulnerable to a breach of security.” The mayor asked legislators for $1 million so City Hall can acquire X-ray equipment to screen... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo mayor asks state for $1 million to improve security at City HallALBANY – Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for money to
Buffalo mayor asks state for $1 million to improve security at City Hall
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
ALBANY – Mayor Byron W. Brown appealed to state lawmakers Tuesday for money to address a Buffalo City Hall that is “vulnerable to a breach of security.” The mayor asked legislators for $1 million so City Hall can acquire x-ray equipment to screen... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo police promote nine new lieutenants and detectivesSix new Buffalo police lieutenants and three detectives were sworn in during a
Buffalo police promote nine new lieutenants and detectives
The Buffalo News / Posted 16 days ago
Six new Buffalo police lieutenants and three detectives were sworn in during a ceremony Monday morning in police headquarters. Promoted to lieutenant were Detective Vicki Smith and Police Officers Mark M. Goodspeed, Andre M. Lloyd, Lashondra M.... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Ciminelli donation equips Buffalo firefighters with oxygen masks for petsBuffalo has spent some $26 million on new Fire Department equipment, but a call
Ciminelli donation equips Buffalo firefighters with oxygen masks for pets
The Buffalo News / Posted 19 days ago
Buffalo has spent some $26 million on new Fire Department equipment, but a call from a dog-lover – connected to a prominent development company – identified some equipment still missing. Oxygen masks for pets. That is why Ann Louise Ciminelli... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Land swap allows for Bailey Avenue bridges to be movedThe Bailey Avenue bridges that cross over the Buffalo River and Cazenovia Creek
Land swap allows for Bailey Avenue bridges to be moved
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 days ago
The Bailey Avenue bridges that cross over the Buffalo River and Cazenovia Creek, allowing thousands of motorists in and out of South Buffalo daily, are going to be replaced. But it will take about two years to accomplish. A land swap between... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Land swap allows for Bailey Avenue bridges to moveThe Bailey Avenue bridges that cross over the Buffalo River, allowing thousands
Land swap allows for Bailey Avenue bridges to move
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 days ago
The Bailey Avenue bridges that cross over the Buffalo River, allowing thousands of motorists in and out of South Buffalo daily, are going to move. But it will take about two years to accomplish. A land-swap between Buffalo and Erie County will get... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Former foe flips, says Mascia should be able to seek re-election to BMHA boardA tenant leader who previously called on Joseph A. Mascia to step down from his
Former foe flips, says Mascia should be able to seek re-election to BMHA board
The Buffalo News / Posted 23 days ago
A tenant leader who previously called on Joseph A. Mascia to step down from his Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority post is now criticizing the BMHA’s attempt to bar Mascia from running for re-election in June. The tenants – not the BMHA board of... Read more
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The Buffalo News
MLK Jr. Park ice rink opens Monday for Winter BlastCoinciding with the national holiday observance in honor of Rev. Martin Luther
MLK Jr. Park ice rink opens Monday for Winter Blast
The Buffalo News / Posted 26 days ago
Coinciding with the national holiday observance in honor of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., some old-fashioned pond skating is set to return to the Buffalo Olmsted park that is King’s namesake. It is all a part of the second annual Winter Blast... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Foreign reporters are told of how Buffalo welcomes newcomersA dozen foreign reporters – from as far away as Germany, Russia and Hong Kong –
Foreign reporters are told of how Buffalo welcomes newcomers
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
A dozen foreign reporters – from as far away as Germany, Russia and Hong Kong – quizzed Mayor Byron W. Brown on Thursday about the city’s attitude toward refugees. The journalists, who were on a two-day trip to Buffalo, asked the mayor a variety of... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino plans $40 million expansionEight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part o
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino plans $40 million expansion
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Eight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part of downtown Buffalo, putting up a giant temporary metal shed housing gaming machines at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Perry Street as a placeholder to ensure the tribe... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino to expand locationEight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part o
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino to expand location
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Eight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part of downtown Buffalo, putting up a giant temporary metal shed housing gaming machines at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Perry Street as a placeholder to ensure the tribe... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino to expand Buffalo locationEight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part o
Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino to expand Buffalo location
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Eight years ago, the Seneca Nation of Indians took a risk on a neglected part of downtown Buffalo, putting up a giant temporary metal shed housing gaming machines at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Perry Street as a placeholder to ensure the tribe... Read more
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The Buffalo News
‘Mascia Rule’ would will ban removed BMHA board members from running to regain seatWhether Joseph A. Mascia wins or loses his current battle to retain his seat on
‘Mascia Rule’ would will ban removed BMHA board members from running to regain seat
The Buffalo News / Posted 28 days ago
Whether Joseph A. Mascia wins or loses his current battle to retain his seat on the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority, Mascia’s legacy will likely include what some will undoubtedly dub “the Mascia rule.” The BMHA has agreed to amend its by-laws... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo to get $500,000 from state to compete for bigger anti-poverty grantBuffalo is one of 10 cities in New York State that will get $500,000 to produce
Buffalo to get $500,000 from state to compete for bigger anti-poverty grant
The Buffalo News / Posted a month ago
Buffalo is one of 10 cities in New York State that will get $500,000 to produce a plan to fight poverty under an initiative announced Sunday by Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul at True Bethel Baptist Church. After coming up with their plans, Buffalo and the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo Schools will find 2016 to be a busy yearPower grab The last Buffalo School Board election in 2014 promised major chang
Buffalo Schools will find 2016 to be a busy year
The Buffalo News / Posted 1 months ago
Power grab The last Buffalo School Board election in 2014 promised major change for the district, and essentially became a referendum on then-Superintendent Pamela C. Brown’s employment. The race resulted in a new majority, which promoted an... Read more

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