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A Williamsville warehouse that functioned as a brewery until the 1890s could begin producing cold beers once again.

A Williamsville warehouse that functioned as a brewery until the 1890s could begin producing cold beers once again.

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Injury accident blocks westbound Thruway between Eden and Silver Creek Thu, Jun 22, 2017

The New York State Thruway Thursday night reported an injury accident on the westbound Interstate-90 between the Eden/Angola and Silver Creek exits, blocking all lanes of westbound traffic. The accident was reported about 10:16 p.m. https://twi…

George W. Meadows II, 76, retired funeral director Thu, Jun 22, 2017

Jan. 5, 1941 – June 19, 2017 George W. Meadows II, of Buffalo, a retired funeral director, died Monday in Buffalo General Medical Center after a short illness. He was 76. Born in Buffalo, the youngest of four children, he attended School 41 a…

ALBANY – It’s been more than two years since the Politics Column was last dispatched to the State Capitol to chronicle the proceedings of New York Stat…

Columnist wants to know if the gun-toting congressman has been properly trained to prevent a public shootout from becoming an error-prone bloodbath.

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Home health care aide sentenced for stealing from elderly client Thu, Jun 22, 2017

A home health care aide has been been sentenced to five years of probation in Erie County Court for stealing money from an 82-year-old West Seneca woman. Mary Talbot, 54, of Cheektowaga, pleaded guilty in April to grand larceny in the third degre…

A Buffalo-based hospitality firm sells Tennessee hotel Thu, Jun 22, 2017

Hamister Group has sold a Tennessee hotel after spending more than $1 million on its renovation. The Buffalo-based health care and hospitality firm, which owns and operates the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Buffalo, said it sold a 62-room Fairfiel…

It will never happen here, but it can get too hot for some airplanes to fly. You may have heard how there have been flight cancellations during the current…

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Explore & More child programming twice as nice this summer Thu, Jun 22, 2017

The Explore & More Children’s Museum isn’t scheduled to open at Canalside until next summer but the museum aims to make its presence felt at both its current site in the Southtowns and on the Buffalo waterfront. Free Family Fun Fridays wil…