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An increasingly urban America is good news for cities like Buffalo that can attract millennials and other residents. That's what's going on around the world, according to Next City CEO and Publisher Tom Dallessio.

Buffalo has become a “millennial magnet,” according to a study by the Urban Land Institute.

Millennials, christened by some as “The Next-Greatest Generation,” appear to be straining under the pressure.

Developer Stuart Alexander

Not only are millennials moving into important positions in our society and our economy, a prominent local developer says his newest project reflects millennial views on how to live.

AAA

Young millennials are the worst-behaved drivers on the road, according to new data released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

When you hear the term millennials, camping probably isn't the first word that comes to mind. But a recent report suggests more millennials are putting down their phones and exploring nature, shattering the stereotypes many have of young people.


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Finding good jobs is a must for young professionals who aim to stay in the region. Just ten years ago, Buffalo was hardly an oasis for young professionals who were looking to make their mark. But things are changing, and many millennials are seeing Buffalo in a new light.


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Crushing college debt in an era when many view higher education as a must has spurred millennials to become better savers.

Level Financial Advisors

If you're among those who believe that most Millennials are carefree or even irresponsible with their cash, you might want to review a new study conducted by Bankrate.com.

A hotel project planned for Batavia Downs is receiving $628,000 in tax abatements, an allowance that has sparked criticism in Genesee County. On WBFO's Press Pass, Howard Owens, publisher of the The Batavian.com, makes sense of a dollars-and-cents issue for local taxpayers.