The contentious fight over seats on the Buffalo Board of Education has descended into mud-slinging with a mysterious mailer attacking Buffalo developer Carl Paladino who's running in South Buffalo'S Park District.
The City of Buffalo is investing $2.7 million into the Fruit Belt neighborhood. Mayor Byron Brown announced the funding during a Monday afternoon news conference at Carlton and Peach in front of Futures Academy in the heart of the neighborhood.
Computers are good for your business. On You and the Law this week, attorney Aaron Aisen says that may be true, but there are risks and business owners and managers should be aware of both and what to do.
In the wake of the criminal conviction of Tonawanda Coke and its top environmental official, New York State's top environmentalist was in town Thursday to tour of the area around the plant and around the Peace Bridge in Buffalo.
There has been great debate over the course followed by the United States in the wake of 9/11. In a new book, Hilbert College Professor Andrew Kolin examines how Presidents Bush and Obama have extended the office's power in the name of national security.
Buffalo Public school children just aren't getting enough exercise and parents aren't happy about it. A demonstration was held on the steps of City Hall Wednesday calling on the Board of Education to add more recess time.
An expert on the Catholic Church says Pope Francis will be a different pope from his predecessors. Father Thomas Reese, a Jesuit priest visited Buffalo this week. Father Reese said the new pontiff has management experience running a Jesuit province and as archbishop of Buenos Aires.
American manufacturing is doing better and production is moving on-shore from off-shore, but problems remain. The topic was addressed Monday night at a town hall style meeting held in downtown Buffalo.
If you walk through the Central Library Dowtown, there's a special room for the original manuscript for Huckleberry Finn. In Tom Reigstad's new book, "Scribblin' for a Livin': Mark Twain's Pivotal Period in Buffalo," the college professor and writer explores how Twain and the manuscript wound up in the booming lake port during a pivotal period of his life.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer used Buffalo's Dyngus Day celebration as back drop for his announcement to include New York’s Polish American community a priority in the comprehensive immigration reform efforts.
The issue of the fate of the Trico complex on the edge of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus has now become mixed into the fight over how much say Fruit Belt residents should have in development in their neighborhood.
The environmental control officer at Tonawanda Coke faces up to 20-years in jail and the company up to $200 million in fines after a federal court jury returned quick verdicts Thursday in a 19-count indictment.