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A Blizzard Ball at Karpeles library, a tropical escape at RiverWorks are among the many entertainment options this final weekend in February.

A Blizzard Ball at Karpeles library, a tropical escape at RiverWorks are among the many entertainment options this final weekend in February.

The decision would have been much easier when the calendar flipped to December and Evander Kane’s scoring slump reached a dozen games. He was an unproduc…

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Sex assault cases on East Side investigated by police Fri, Feb 24, 2017

Two women were victims in separate sexual assaults that occurred between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, according to Buffalo police on Friday. The victims included a teenager and a woman in her 30s, according to police. The first as…

Features Editor Bruce Andriatch says one must understand the whimsy of municipal borders and mailing addresses to comprehend what is Williamsville, and wha…

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Inquiring minds want to know: What happened to the face of (WIVB-TV) Channel 4 anchor Don Postles? No jokes please. Postles is sporting a black eye and oth…

Sex assault cases on East Side investigated by police Fri, Feb 24, 2017

Two women were victims in separate sexual assaults that occurred between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, according to Buffalo police on Friday. The victims included a teenager and a woman in her 30s, according to police. The first as…

Ever since Buffalo Comptroller Mark Schroeder surfaced as a mayoral candidate a few months ago, just about everybody watching the contest could only ask: …

Two months after African-Americans lauded the idea of doing for self and economically supporting one another – key principles of Kwanzaa – they get the…

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.