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2015/05/24 23:03
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In the latest plot twist in the continuing drama about proposed mayoral control of the Buffalo Public Schools, Carl P. Paladino said he will file a legal challenge if the bill passes in the State...
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2015/05/21 20:03
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By Susan Schulman News Staff Reporter Buffalo’s population continued a slow decline from 2013 to 2014, according to census estimates released Thursday. The city lost another 857 residents from July...
2015/05/20 19:33
2015/05/20 19:33
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ALBANY – Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo may not have tapped him last year to be his lieutenant governor, but Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown keeps finding himself getting more and more job titles in the Cuomo...
2015/05/20 05:33
2015/05/20 05:33
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Rural/Metro Medical Services defended itself Tuesday before city lawmakers over a recent call that left a woman waiting 48 minutes for an ambulance. Rural/Metro had 13 or 14 ambulances on duty in...
2015/05/18 19:03
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Citing a deadly increase in the use of heroin laced with a dangerous additive, Sen. Charles E. Schumer Monday called on Congress to increase funding for a key anti-drug effort – rather than cutting...
2015/05/18 18:33
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Six hundred fifty feet, seven minutes and one dollar. That’s the distance and amount of time and money it will take to ride the Queen City Bike Ferry – painted in school bus yellow and fire truck red...
2015/05/18 15:38
2015/05/18 15:38
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ALBANY – A suburban state senator of the Republican majority is signaling possible support for legislation that would allow Buffalo’s mayor to take control of the city’s school district. “I’m...
2015/05/16 00:33
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Next up at Canalside: ferry service. A small yellow and red ferry plied the waters of the Buffalo River Friday in preparation for its maiden voyage next week, when it begins shuttling pedestrians and...
2015/05/16 00:33
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After years of criticism about its slow-poke approach to cutting grass on vacant city-owned lots, Buffalo City Hall is getting an earlier start on its lawn-mowing chores this spring. City crews all...
2015/05/14 03:33
2015/05/14 03:33
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Buffalo is about to start its first property reassessment since 2010, likely documenting what is widely believed to be a surge in housing prices in certain city neighborhoods – and also likely leading...
2015/05/13 01:03
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As if the governor stumping in Buffalo for a new bill to aid private schools weren’t impressive enough, Andrew M. Cuomo brought along the Catholic archbishop of New York on Tuesday. Together, they...
2015/05/09 00:33
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Buffalo Police Officer Jorge I. Melendez got caught overseeing a major marijuana-growing operation four years ago. Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda and other department officials were so offended...
2015/05/08 21:03
2015/05/08 21:03
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Buffalo hopes to see a huge boost from a downtown supermarket, said Mayor Byron W. Brown, who on Friday announced plans to lure such a developer for a 2.5-acre site bordered by Ellicott, Clinton,...
2015/05/07 02:03
2015/05/07 02:03
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Hard to find words The language barrier is not insurmountable, and it is being tackled on many fronts. But those like Mandari Magar, who do not speak English well, rarely venture out by...
2015/05/07 01:33
2015/05/07 01:33
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Mayor Byron W. Brown was joined Wednesday by students from School 94 West Hertel Academy as he kicked off his 14th annual Reading Rules! Summer Reading Challenge for the city’s grade school and high...
2015/05/06 00:03
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No member of the State Senate majority has emerged to sponsor a bill authorizing mayoral control for Buffalo’s public schools, raising major questions in Albany about the concept’s future. While...
2015/05/05 04:03
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The Joint Schools Construction Board approved a refinancing deal Monday that is expected to save the Buffalo Public Schools $27 million over four years, beginning in 2017. The savings would be...
2015/05/04 22:33
2015/05/04 22:33
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When Bak USA announced its plans to build affordable tablet computers in a factory in Buffalo, the startup company didn’t have enough money to bring in all of the 100 workers it promised to hire by...
2015/05/04 16:03
2015/05/04 16:03
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It’s been about 20 years, but the Buffalo Police Department once again will have a trained female crime fighter specializing in sniffing out crime and drug stashes, while helping two-legged officers...
2015/05/04 00:32
2015/05/04 00:32
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When Mark C. Poloncarz said “no thanks” last week to a potential Conservative Party endorsement for re-election, he may have set the stage for a major theme in this year’s campaign for county...
2015/05/24 23:03
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