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Terry and Kim Pegula have purchased a home in Western New York, and it's a big one. The owners of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, through their East Property Management, bought the 57-acre Aurora estate of Richard E. Garman, the former owner of Buffalo Crushed Stone. The purchase price paid to Garman's estate was $2.5 million. According to public records, the 1…

Health and Fitness

The daughters of Buffalo Bills and Sabres owners Kim and Terry Pegula have opened their second café in a spot where healthful eating matters a lot: Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Healthy Scratch grab-and-go café – in the Scott Bieler Clinical Science Center lobby at Carlton Street and Michigan Avenue – will serve Roswell Park patients, staff, visitors and…

Buffalo

Terry and Kim Pegula's company won city approval Monday for some modifications to their planned Labatt House brewery building at 79 Perry St. Pegula Sports & Entertainment used archived photos and records to change the appearance of the windows and doors along the ground-floor retail and commercial space on Perry Street. That provides "a little better baseline," …

Sports

Sean McDermott paused after the Associated Press' John Wawrow delivered the first question of the press conference, asking how McDermott expected to succeed where so many Bills head coaches had failed before him. "Is this on?" the new coach asked, gesturing to the microphone on the dais when his voice was slow to come over the PA system. The media got a chuckle out o…

TV

NEW YORK CITY - The grin on the face of CBS news correspondent Jeff Glor is as wide as those of any Buffalo Bills fan going into this season as he talks about his latest “60 Minutes Sports” piece. The Kenmore native was sitting in a Manhattan restaurant last Thursday about 30 minutes after screening the feature he has done on Buffalo Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula for …