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Series of emails suggest that NCCC President James Klyczek tried to influence the bidding process related to construction of $17 million Culinary Institute in downtown Niagara Falls.

Series of emails suggest that NCCC President James Klyczek tried to influence the bidding process related to construction of $17 million Culinary Institute in downtown Niagara Falls.

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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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…

Buffalo man charged with breaking into vehicle in Alden Fri, Feb 24, 2017

A Buffalo man was charged in connection with a larceny from a vehicle in Alden after the Erie County Sheriff's Office said he used a stolen credit card at a convenience store. Joshua Angielczyk, 26,was charged in connection with the Feb. 17 theft …

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

Let's start first with Chelsea Clinton and "Wayne's World." At the beginning of the Clinton presidency, Dana Carvey and Mike Myers took the opportunity to …

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