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Mayoral candidate and city Comptroller Mark J.F. Schroeder is joining the list of Buffalo officials who favor locating a new train station at the Central Terminal.

Mayoral candidate and city Comptroller Mark J.F. Schroeder is joining the list of Buffalo officials who favor locating a new train station at the Central Terminal.

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New practice field for Bills will be on Erie County land Thu, Mar 23, 2017

Buffalo Bills players will be on Erie County-owned land when they tackle, throw, catch and run on a new practice field. Erie County lawmakers on Thursday voted 10-1 to take ownership of the three acres. Last week, a few legislators questioned w…

Eugene E. “Geno” Fix, a founder and owner with Buffalo Airport Taxi Wed, Mar 22, 2017

Jan. 30, 1948 – March 16, 2017 Eugene E. “Geno” Fix, a founder and owner with Buffalo Airport Taxi, died unexpectedly Thursday in his Lancaster home. He was 69. Born in Buffalo, the fourth of five children, he attended Our Lady Help o…

"We’ll start with this premise: I doubt we are through with measurable snow."

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If government can’t even get the little things right, why should we trust it with the big things? That’s the question municipalities should ask themsel…

Amherst man charged with DWI after hit-and-run with tree Thu, Mar 23, 2017

A 70-year-old Amherst man was charged with aggravated drunken driving after a hit-and-run incident in Amherst late Wednesday night. Vincent S. Tracy was charged after Amherst police found his car crashed into a tree in the first block of Oakgrove …

To the seasoned politicos who descend upon the Irish Center every year for a Buffalo rite of spring, it was clear that incumbent Byron W. Brown and challen…

Bob Dylan once called him "the Shakespeare of rock 'n' roll." This is not exactly faint praise, coming from a Nobel laureate. But such a statement, made in…

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.