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Scajaquada Creek was dyed blood red Tuesday when rainwater apparently helped mulch dyes from a Walden Avenue company run off into the creek.

Scajaquada Creek was dyed blood red Tuesday when rainwater apparently helped mulch dyes from a Walden Avenue company run off into the creek.

Summer outlooks are fuzzy, by nature, says meteorologist Don Paul. But will Western New York experience another summer drought?

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Albion man, 19, killed after car strikes tree Tue, Apr 25, 2017

BATAVIA – A 19-year-old Albion man was killed Monday when the car he was driving struck a tree on Route 77 in the Town of Alabama, authorities said. Joseph Manley was traveling north on Route 77 when the car he was driving crossed the southbound…

Paul S. Guinn Jr., historian, UB associate professor emeritus Mon, Apr 24, 2017

Oct. 30, 1928 – April 22, 2017 Paul S. Guinn Jr., of Marilla, a respected European historian and associate professor emeritus at the University at Buffalo, died Saturday in Mercy Hospital after a long illness. He was 88. Born in the Hague, N…

WASHINGTON – Like the lost “armada” led by the aircraft carrier USS Vinson, President Trump’s grand economic plan is almost all sizzle and no beef.…

They gathered at St. Joseph University Church Saturday for a farewell to Jack Curtin, the federal judge whose name will always appear in any history book e…

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Police: No crime committed in alleged luring incident Tue, Apr 25, 2017

Police in Buffalo and Cheektowaga on Tuesday located a yellow-colored vehicle that was linked to an incident of alleged luring Monday and, after an investigation, determined no crime had taken place, according to authorities. A 15-year-old girl sa…

New CEO takes reins at Bank of Akron Tue, Apr 25, 2017

The Bank of Akron completed a historic transition at its annual meeting on Tuesday. Anthony J. Delmonte Jr. took the reins as president and CEO from E. Peter Forrestel II, a handoff planned since late 2015. Delmonte, who had served as chief operat…

You’ve probably been there. I know I’ve been there more than once. You do something frugal, only to have it come back and bite you right in the butt. I…

Ben Wheatley laughed. We were talking about the excesses and extremist lunacy of his film "Free Fire" in which the final hour is nothing but a long gunfigh…

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.
Angelica Tea Room opens, offering classic cocktail experience Tue, Apr 25, 2017

The Angelica Tea Room opens on Washington Street tonight, aiming to offer a classy Euro-centric take on the cocktail lounge. The restaurant at 517 Washington St., fashioned by Jon Karel of Buffalo Proper and Harry Zemsky of Hydraulic Hearth, sets …