Carl Paladino

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Buffalo Schools Superintendent Pamela Brown has received a buyout offer to leave her job.

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Likely Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino was in town Thursday night for the Erie County Republican Committee Christmas party and sending smoke signals to the gubernatorial candidate from 2010, Carl Paladino, that they are on the same page.

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For years, supporters of Buffalo Public Schools have been predicting prospects would improve as student enrollment increased. Now, more students are registering, but budget deficits are rising.

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People attending a fundraiser for Rep. Brian Higgins Monday night walked a gantlet of opponents to the South Buffalo Democrat, including Carl Paladino.

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The Buffalo School Board voted Wednesday evening to hire a lawyer for board president Barbara Seals Nevergold as school board member Carl Paladino seeks to have her removed from the board.

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For Buffalo school board member Carl Paladino, the fight over cash and jobs is heating up as one of the highest level officials is pushed out the door.

Press Pass: Fort Erie track speeds to completion

Oct 14, 2013
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After "meetings and more meetings," says Jim Fink of Business First, "The Canadian Motor Speedway" is coming soon to Fort Erie. The progress of the track was one of the topics Fink discussed on WBFO's Press Pass.

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Pamela Brown survived a movement Wednesday night to remove her as Buffalo Schools Superintendent. The Board of Education supported her by a five-to-four margin.

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Hundreds rallied on the steps of City Hall Thursday night in support of embattled Buffalo Schools Superintendent Pamela Brown.

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The Buffalo Board of Education discussed board member Carl Paladino's quest for more transparency in the way the board operates and how it spends money at its meeting Wednesday night.

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Nearly six hours into their meeting Wednesday night, Buffalo School Board members gave in to exhaustion and went home.

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After hours of a Buffalo school board meeting last night, Pamela Brown is still schools superintendent and Carl Paladino made his presence known.

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This afternoon, Carl Paladino goes to his first full meeting of the Buffalo school board as a member and he's bringing a thick stack of paperwork outlining changes he wants to make.

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Recently elected Buffalo School Board member Carl Paladino has laid out his agenda for the first official meeting that he will attend.

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The Buffalo Board of Education held its annual reorganization Monday. Three new school board members were sworn into office and a new board president was elected.

Buffalo School Board ready for reorganization

Jul 1, 2013
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The Buffalo Board of Education gets some new leadership Monday afternoon as it holds its reorganization.

Paladino calls for Superintendent Brown to resign

Jun 28, 2013
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Newly elected Buffalo School Board member Carl Paladino is calling for the resignation of schools superintendent Pamela Brown.

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The Buffalo school board gave Superintendent Pamela Brown a good grade for her first year, but the evaluation was not released to the public.

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The day after a school board election and a few days before a Buffalo Teachers Federation election, Wednesday night's school board meeting was, at times, tense with politics front and center.

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Local developer and longtime school district critic Carl Paladino, and two other newcomers, Theresa Harris-Tigg and Jim Sampson, were elected Tuesday to seats on the Buffalo Board of Education.

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With the Buffalo school board election a week away, eight candidates turned out Tuesday night for a debate in Lafayette Presbyterian Church.

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Mayor Byron Brown says he was not trying to prevent a candidate from running against Buffalo developer Carl Paladino for a city school board seat.  WBFO'S Eileen Buckley says Mayor Brown told reporters Sunday's Buffalo News article was "nonsense".

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With Buffalo developer Carl Paladino officially in the race for the Buffalo Board of Education, the war of words has started between the former gubernatorial candidate and Buffalo Teachers Federation President Phil Rumore. 


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Buffalo developer and activist Carl Paladino has announced a run for the Buffalo School Board, on the heels of being tossed out of a board meeting Wednesday night.

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Business First created a buzz when it placed developer Carl Paladino at the top of its list of the area's most influential people. In this week's Press Pass, Jim Fink provides background into how his magazine compiled the list. 

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During his annual State of the City address Friday, Mayor Byron Brown announced a new $75 million project on the Buffalo's waterfront.

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Hundreds attended a rally outside the state Capitol Tuesday in opposition to the state's new gun laws. Buffalo developer and former Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino led the crowd in chants criticizing Governor Cuomo for pushing the law through.

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The issues of hydrofracking and preservation continue to make news in the Western New York area, but the loudest story of late is Carl Paladino's announcement that he will be running for a post on the Buffalo School Board. 

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Buffalo Board of Education members were told Wednesday there will be an attempt to unseat those seeking another term. They were also told the proposed state budget does little for the continuing fiscal problem. 

City chooses Pegula's proposal for Webster Block

Aug 30, 2012

A group led by Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula has been chosen to develop downtown Buffalo's Webster Block.  The announcement was made by Mayor Byron Brown late Wednesday morning. 

"Great things are happening in the city of Buffalo and today it is getting even better," said Mayor Brown as he started the news briefing.

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