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The University at Buffalo has received a prestigious recognition from the National Institutes of Health, a four-year $16 million Clinical Translational Science Award.

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A development group that plans to redevelop the historic Trico Building in downtown Buffalo is moving forward with the project. 

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With only days or hours left in the State Legislature session, Buffalo is pushing for special legislation to allow parking permit zones.

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The build-out of the Buffalo-Niagara Medical Campus is moving full-speed ahead. Crews are busy putting up the new Children's Hospital on High Street and, a few hundred feet away along Main Street, UB's new medical school is going up.

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Buffalo City planners will take public comments later this month on a $70 million residential project in the Buffalo-Niagara medical corridor. 

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The historic Trico Plant No. 1 on the edge of downtown Buffalo won't be designated a local landmark. The Common Council deadlocked in a 4-4 vote Tuesday.

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The new John R. Oishei Children's Hospital has received a major gift from a Buffalo-based apparel maker. New Era is donating $2 million to complete a special lounge for patients and their families.

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The issue of the fate of the Trico complex on the edge of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus has now become mixed into the fight over how much say Fruit Belt residents should have in development in their neighborhood.