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The building is right around the corner from the existing Emerson on West Chippewa Street and together the two high schools would create an expanded "hospitality campus."

The building is right around the corner from the existing Emerson on West Chippewa Street and together the two high schools would create an expanded "hospitality campus."

Back on April 22, I wrote I was less confident than the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center/CPC that our summer temperatures would run above…

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Albert M. Litto, 63, top tennis coach introduced many to his love of the game Wed, May 24, 2017

Sept. 28, 1953 – May 20, 2017 Al Litto’s career as one of the Buffalo area’s leading tennis teachers and coaches began when he played hooky from Mass one Sunday when he was 15. Instead of taking the bus from his home in Kenmore to St. And…

Call it the ultimate good versus evil showdown: The Gospel and the Koran versus the code of the streets. When the Rev. Darius Pridgen went public with phot…

Steve Pigeon was back in court a few days ago, facing a judge for the third time in the last 10 months. This time the former Erie County Democratic chairma…

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Rod Watson: Borrowing civil rights template to fight black crime Wed, May 24, 2017

Call it the ultimate good versus evil showdown: The Gospel and the Koran versus the code of the streets. When the Rev. Darius Pridgen went public with photos of two men who broke into his church and appealed to "someone who cares enough about their …

As more and more retail stores continue to close their doors for good, what shopping spots from Buffalo's past do you miss the most? Discount Diva reminisc…

News Pop Music Critic Jeff Miers: In wake of tragedy in Manchester, let's respect one another as we enter another summer concert season in Western New York…

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.