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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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Elderly Orchard Park man seriously injured in Amherst crash Fri, Feb 24, 2017

An elderly Orchard Park man was seriously injured about noon Friday when he apparently lost control of his vehicle on the west ramp of the I-290 to Niagara Falls Boulevard, according to Amherst Police. Earl C. Besecker, 86, was taken to the Erie C…

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…

Police identify Buffalo man fatally shot Sunday Fri, Feb 24, 2017

The 43-year-old man fatally shot Sunday at Ashley and Krupp streets has been identified by police as Sasheen Sheppard of Buffalo. Sheppard was shot at about 11:30 a.m. and died later that night, police have said. Police have asked anyone with …

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…

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