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Residents in the Town of Clarence have been dealing with problems on Tonawanda Creek Road for about a decade, as erosion has caused part of the road to collapse. During a stop there Monday, Sen. Charles Schumer warned that unless Congress acts, road funding will run out soon.

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People with post-concussion syndrome may benefit from pioneering treatment developed in Buffalo.

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The 91st Annual Appeal for Catholic Charities has exceeded its goal. As of Tuesday, the final day of the Appeal, just over $11.15 million had been received.

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New incubator space will soon be available for entrepreneurs. Renovations underway at The Foundry will include 12 new studios for startup companies.

City, state and federal elected officials support restoring Fosdick Field at City Honors School. But it appears the community group pushing the plan for the vacant Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority land will not be getting preferential treatment.

Plans have been unveiled for restoring Fosdick Field at City Honors School. Public housing that stood on the land for nearly 35 years was recently demolished.

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Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs is pushing to close a serious loophole in drivers license regulations that could pose a danger to the public.

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The newest addition to the Buffalo Zoo was put in to service Thursday.

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A large crowd was on hand Wednesday for the launch of the East Ferry Street Photograph Project.


Amherst Police are investigating two overnight break-ins on Bernhardt Drive in Snyder.

The push for mayoral control of the Buffalo Public Schools is over, at least for the time being.

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Buffalo's redevelopment is spreading beyond the waterfront and the medical campus. The corner of Main Street and West Ferry has been transformed from a blighted eyesore into Fenton Village, a 33-unit luxury apartment complex.

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As lawmakers return to Albany to wrap up the legislative session the dean of the the local delegation says there's little support for giving Mayor Byron Brown control of the struggling Buffalo Schools.


The time limit on veterans' education benefits would be eliminated under a bill proposed by Rep. Brian Higgins, who says veterans who put their lives on the line should have flexibility when seeking an education.

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A large exhibition devoted to works by contemporary artists considered to be "pioneers of a new golden age of animation" has opened at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.


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The award-winning architect of the Darwin Martin House visitor center is taking on another piece of valuable Buffalo property.

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Some much needed improvements are in store for Shakespeare in Delaware Park.


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More than 70 companies, looking to hire veterans, took part in Thursday's "Hiring Our Heroes" event in Buffalo. It attracted more than 100 former military members and/or their spouses.

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The Nina and the Pinta, replicas of the ships that Columbus sailed on his trans-Atlantic voyages, are now in downtown Buffalo.


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Developer Carl Paladino and his partner Victor Liberatore are the proud new owners of a prime piece of Buffalo riverfront property.

Festival season continues this weekend with the second annual Buffalo-Niagara Brewers Festival at Canalside. Organizers say the event highlights how craft brewing is a growing industry across the region.


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Work is officially underway on Walmart's new Supercenter in Cheektowaga.

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The effort to draw more tourists and increase their stay is getting a boost from Washington. Rep. Brian Higgins announced a $300,000 grant from the Department of the Interior for the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area on Monday.

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New York state's Fast Food Wage Board hearing in Buffalo Common Council Chambers was filled to near capacity Friday.

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In the coming months drivers will likely see traffic lights, rumble strips or other traffic calming measures on the Scajaquada Expressway. That's according to Assemblyman Sean Ryan.

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The Catholic Health System is apparently less generous than other corporations. That's according to a new report released by the Communications Workers of America.

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An Orchard Park man was sentenced today to 15 years in prison for his father's death. After facing an initial charge of murder, 22-year-old Sean Keenan entered a guilty plea on first-degree manslaughter charges on April 13.

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Community members will hold a vigil tonight for the young boy struck and killed in Delaware Park by a motorist on Saturday. Organizers are also calling for more safety improvements in and around the park.


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The name of the driver involved in a fatal crash in Delaware Park, that killed a 3-year-old boy on Saturday, still has not been released.

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Technology is making four of Buffalo's major parking ramps much brighter and greener.

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