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In the 1960s, Jack Sharpe was well-known as the fiery WEBR Trafficopter reporter who would regularly, over the radio, admonish individual drivers for behaviors he’d see on the highways below him. In the 1970s and 1980s, Sharpe was known as the fiery Amherst aupervisor who opened the town for massive development, and saw much growth in an area that overall saw hemorrhaging…

Hopes were high for the Bills playoff chances in Cleveland. Many Bills fans will look at the smiling faces in the photo below with some measure of pain, remembering Ronnie Harmon’s dropped end zone pass as the end of the Bills’ hopes for that season. The best, as they say, was yet to come. "Bills fans brave cold for tickets" When 25,000 tickets to the Bills-Browns playo…

Hopes were high for the Bills playoff chances in Cleveland. Many Bills fans will look at the smiling faces in the photo below with some measure of pain, remembering Ronnie Harmon’s dropped end zone pass as the end of the Bills’ hopes for that season. The best, as they say, was yet to come. Bills fans brave cold for tickets When 25,000 tickets to the Bills-Browns playoff…

It’s difficult for many of us to believe, but as of right now, parts of the 1990s were 25 years ago. While the very beginning of the decade was filled for hope for Western New York, and seeds which were planted then are now the strongly rooted foundations of Buffalo’s resurgence, the 1990s were still a decade of growing pains. The direction, however, was usually the right…