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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...
2014/08/27 02:03
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2014/08/26 12:33
2014/08/26 12:33
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A $70 million housing development – the largest of its kind on the East Side in decades – is coming to the struggling Fillmore-Leroy neighborhood. Some 600 rental units – a combination of four-story...
2014/08/25 20:33
2014/08/25 20:33
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Mayor Byron W. Brown will discuss the city of Buffalo’s economic development initiatives during a lecture at 7 p.m. Sept. 2 in the Wick Campus Center Alumni Lounge at Daemen College. The event is...
2014/08/23 01:33
2014/08/23 01:33
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If you want to use baseball parlance to describe future renovations of Coca-Cola Field, you might say the Buffalo Bisons are in the top of the first inning. But they have a complete game in their...
2014/08/22 21:03
2014/08/22 21:03
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South Buffalo Charter School has a new home. School officials unveiled the new $21 million building Thursday morning. Located at 154 South Ogden St., the 100,000-square-foot building is bigger and...
2014/08/22 00:33
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A new program designed to spark children’s interest in careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) kicked off Thursday afternoon. The initiative is called Buffalo...
2014/08/20 23:06
2014/08/20 23:06
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Mayor Byron W. Brown will join the newly formed Western New York Coalition for Donated Goods in hosting the organization’s first clothing drive from noon to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Niagara Square. The...
2014/08/20 20:03
2014/08/20 20:03
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If Buffalo deserves a signature aroma, let it be chicken wings. And that mouthwatering smell hovered over Niagara Square on Wednesday. The traffic circle doesn’t typically smell delicious. But at a...
2014/08/20 15:05
2014/08/20 15:05
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Incumbent State Sen. Timothy M. Kennedy wants a higher minimum wage. Challenger Betty Jean Grant wants to ban fracking. Kennedy wants to “continue the momentum” in Buffalo created, in part, from the...
2014/08/19 19:33
2014/08/19 19:33
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Construction on a multi-year, $16.3 million makeover of Niagara Street, one of the most heavily traveled in Buffalo, will begin this week. The first phase will include a resurfacing of the street...
2014/08/16 20:03
2014/08/16 20:03
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The gun that an elderly widow turned in at St. John Baptist Church could have been among the most dangerous of the hundreds collected Saturday across Buffalo. She told Mike Pinnavaia, a firearms...
2014/08/15 23:03
2014/08/15 23:03
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Hometown real estate investors Aaron Siegel and Brett Fitzpatrick said Friday they expect to complete their purchase of 295 affordable housing units throughout the city next week, enabling them to...
2014/08/15 02:03
2014/08/15 02:03
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A man acting as a “referee” in a fight Tuesday between two girls is accused of gunning down a 14-year-old boy and wounding three other youths after getting into a fight himself with someone in the...
2014/08/15 00:33
2014/08/15 00:33
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The Inspector General’s Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is looking into complaints that the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority is spending too much on outside legal...
2014/08/13 05:03
2014/08/13 05:03
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With workers scaling its exterior walls like Spider-Man to see exactly what needs to be done, the Statler City hotel is getting a $5.3 million face-lift that will include a new marquee and...
2014/08/13 03:03
2014/08/13 03:03
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The second phase of construction work on Kenmore Avenue is ready to begin, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced Tuesday. Old asphalt will be removed and a new blacktop will be installed on a stretch of...
2014/08/09 01:33
2014/08/09 01:33
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Pizza Plant is close to signing a lease for its newest location at One Canalside downtown, bringing its pizza, pods and craft beers to Buffalo’s burgeoning waterfront and filling the last space in the...
2014/08/07 02:33
2014/08/07 02:33
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How much open space should be on the outer harbor, and where? If mid-rise apartments or an amphitheater were to be built, where should it go? What about increased automobile access, and protecting...
2014/08/07 01:33
2014/08/07 01:33
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Rural/Metro has shut down its coding and billing operations nationwide in a move to boost revenue and cut costs, which also affects about 50 employees in Buffalo. Some employees will be offered jobs...
2014/08/06 00:33
2014/08/06 00:33
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Workers poured and shaped concrete sidewalks Tuesday up and down Ohio Street, as officials announced the $11.3 million project is ahead of schedule and should be operational by the end of the...
2014/08/27 02:03
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