Bailey Avenue

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Cyclists, skateboarders, roller skaters and walkers took to Bailey Avenue Thursday evening to demand the City of Buffalo improve its infrastructure in East Side neighborhoods, especially main thoroughfares like Bailey. 

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Three local law enforcement officers are recovering from injuries suffered when an SUV ran them down on Bailey Avenue late Monday as they stood on a roadblock during a tense protest.

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A pair of Buffalo Police patrol cars were involved in accidents today.

A newly-renovated bridge complex in South Buffalo and the neighboring Bailey Peninsula Natural Habitat Park have been named in memory of late Erie County Sheriff Thomas Higgins.


An overnight shooting brought Buffalo Police to the 700 block of Bailey Avenue.

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For centuries, religious buildings have been centers of neighborhoods and landmarks in those neighborhoods, providing services beyond prayer. That shows in plans before the Buffalo Preservation Board Thursday.

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The one-time Wildroot complex on Bailey Avenue in Buffalo is getting closer to being an official city landmark. The plan was approved Tuesday in the Common Council's Legislation Committee and sent to the full Council.

Commuters on Bailey Avenue know very well the condition of the bridges that carry travelers across Buffalo and Cazenovia creeks. That situation may be changing, though the solution is not simple.

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Buffalo Police are looking for a suspect in a child molestation case.

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An impressive human chain was linked across the city on Saturday in a show of solidarity in overcoming poverty.

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A two-alarm fire on Buffalo's East side damaged numerous buildings and injured four firefighters.

Calls arrived just before 4 PM on Saturday of a blaze at an auto shop at Bailey and Hewitt Avenues. The fire soon spread to three neighboring houses, causing significant damage. Embers from the original blaze are thought to have sparked minor fires as far as two block away.

Four firefighters were taken to ECMC for treatment of heat exhaustion and for burns.

The cause of the blaze is being investigated.

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A man who narrowly averted death just weeks ago was killed in an early morning fire on Saturday.

The as yet unidentified victim was recently pulled to safety from the subway tracks at the Utica Street station after falling unconscious and tumbling into the path of an oncoming train. The fifty-nine year old man was killed when his Bailey Avenue apartment was consumed by fire.

Rescue efforts were unsuccessful, though another occupant did escape the blaze.

Smoking in bed is thought to be the cause of the fire.