Bank of America Partnership renovating homes in Buffalo By Thomas O'Neil-White • Oct 9, 2019 Thomas O'Neil-White The sounds of hammers and falling debris echoed along Woodlawn Avenue in the Cold Springs neighborhood on Buffalo's East Side Wednesday morning. Many millennials are serious savers, study indicates By Max Kalnitz • Feb 12, 2018 Level Financial Advisors Think all millennials are spending their money on expensive coffee and avocado toast? If so, you might be surprised by the results of a new Bank of America survey. Suspicious device removed from Tonawanda bank holdup By Michael Mroziak • Apr 30, 2015 Courtesy of Town of Tonawanda Police Police in the Town of Tonawanda are seeking a suspect who held up the Bank of America branch on Delaware Avenue near Sheridan Drive Thursday afternoon and left behind a suspicious device. Lawmakers say banks should maintain homes in foreclosure limbo By Chris Caya • Apr 5, 2013 Chris Caya/WBFO News A pair of state lawmakers is pushing legislation to stop banks from abandoning property and ruining communities. Schumer seeking to stop Bank of America closure By Chris Caya • Mar 27, 2013 Chris Caya/WBFO News A high-ranking member of the Senate Banking Committee is looking into Bank of America's decision to shut down it mortgage processing center in Getzville. Bank of America closing Getzville operation, leaving 500 jobless By WBFO Newsroom • Mar 25, 2013 The local banking industry is taking a hit with news that Bank of America is closing its mortgage facility in the CrossPoint Business Park at the end of May.