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A key reporter in breaking the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis in Boston nearly two decades ago was in Buffalo Thursday, the same day Bishop Richard Malone exited his leadership post. Former reporter Matt Carroll said he sees similarities in the two situations.

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One of the earliest lawsuits against a mortgage industry company for its handling of a zombie home looms for a Town of Boston property. Town Supervisor Jason Keding said the town is close to going to court against a mortgage servicer because the home is not being kept up.

The Erie County Sheriff's Department reponded to three injury crashes Sunday, one in Marilla, the next in Alden and a third in Concord.

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A Tonawanda man is in trouble for possessing untaxed cigarettes.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation that names a bridge on a Western New York highway in honor of a local World War II veteran who flew more than 50 missions in the Pacific. / NYSEG

More than 3000 NYSEG customers are without power on Sunday afternoon - the majority of them in Amherst and Clarence.

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The investigation is continuing into a Saturday morning hit-and-run accident in the Town of Boston.

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Construction will soon begin at the Northtown Plaza.

WNYers lap park supporting Boston marathoners

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Local runners are showing their support for their counterparts in Boston with Sunday's Marathon Solidarity Run at Delaware Park.

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The manhunt that closed the city of Boston on Friday forced the postponement of the hockey game between the Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins until tonight.