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Modeled after the March for Science in Washington, DC, as well as similar marches across the world, the Buffalo March for Science united supporters of several branches of science. See some of the most creative signs from the afternoon in Delaware Park.

Boys basketball awards were handed out Monday to recipients at the sixth annual Buffalo News/Basketball Coaches Association of New York Awards.

Three record stores celebrated Record Store Day, but a lengthy line gathered at Record Theatre (1800 Main St.) early on Saturday, April 22, 2017. See who supported vinyl, local music and this local business.

The Quakers (5-1) used a three-goal run – with two of them coming early in the fourth quarter – to surge ahead for good as the reigning Class A champion defeated defending Class B champion Hamburg, 10-7, on Saturday night at Howe Field.

A Mass of Christian Burial for the retired federal judge, who died earlier this month at age 95, was celebrated at one of his favorite churches, the St. Joseph University Church on Main Street. About 300 people packed the church to attend an emotional service that featured more laughs than tears.

Images from the 2017 Yom Hashoah commemoration at Temple Beth Tzedek on Getzville Road in Amherst.

Horse lovers supported Phoenix Rising Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation in Clarence for Help a Horse Day on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Buffalo specialty - gone for 28 years - is warmly received after man acquires rights to recipe and starts making small batches of doughnuts.

Buffalo joined cities around the country and the world on Earth Day 2017 to urge “political leaders and policymakers to enact evidence-based policies in the public interest.”

While the March for Science took center stage in Washington, D.C., Buffalo held its own march on Saturday, April 22, 2017, through Delaware Park, ending with a small festival at the Rose Garden.