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No one knows how the numbers will shake out when the ELA assessments begin this week for most third- through eighth-graders across New York State.

No one knows how the numbers will shake out when the ELA assessments begin this week for most third- through eighth-graders across New York State.

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Father Joseph Moreno's family raises doubts about suicide after exhumation Sun, Mar 26, 2017

When Father Joseph F. Moreno Jr., was found shot to death in October 2012, Buffalo police and other authorities declared his death a suicide. Investigators, after an autopsy, said they believed the 54-year-old priest killed himself with a handgun tha…

Douglas B. Littlewood, National Gypsum officer, Boy Scout executive Sat, Mar 25, 2017

Sept. 24, 1922 – March 16, 2017 Douglas Burden Littlewood, of Williamsville, former corporate secretary for National Gypsum Co. and a Boy Scout executive, died March 16 in Brothers of Mercy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Clarence. He was 94.…

WASHINGTON – Pleadings for “states rights” are usually associated with the segregationist presidential candidates George C. Wallace and Strom Thurmon…

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At the outset, let me tell you some theoretical human health impacts from ongoing climate warming in the mean are just that - theoretical. I was brought to…

Decker Street man accused of harassing woman in damaging tirade Sat, Mar 25, 2017

A Decker Street man is accused of harassing a woman and hurling bricks at her car Saturday morning. Mark E. McCarthy, 33, was charged with felony third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment. He was arrested by Buffalo police at De…

I am the Discount Diva. I should not be wasting food. Yet I do. A lot. And whether it’s slimy turkey or mealy tomatoes, nothing makes me feel guiltier th…

The Buffalo News is proud to present this hardcover pictorial book to commemorate the Buffalo Blizzard of '77, and the indomitable spirit of our friends and neighbors who live here. This heirloom-quality coffee-table book documents the storm’s worst and our community’s best.