Whether you were far away from your computer, or just took a break from the online world, here are the things you missed over the weekend on buffalonews.com:
Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski looked at the fundraising efforts of the area's House members.
A look at newly released state pension numbers showed how a former school superintendent has made out.
Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy, the running mate of state Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo, came to Cheektowaga on Sunday.
The owner of a Hamburg strip club told The Buffalo News she doesn't condone drugs or prostitution.
A Sweet Home football star walked across the stage at his high school graduation, 18 months after being paralyzed in a car crash.
Bills Beat Reporter Mark Gaughan recapped offseason moves in the AFC East.
Sabres Beat Reporter John Vogl wrote about the Sabres' first-round pick in the weekend's NHL Entry Draft, Mark Pysyk. Vogl, who was in Los Angeles for the draft, recaps how the Sabres did the second day.
M.J. Szydlowski offered some advice for novice gardeners during Saturday's Parkside Tour of Gardens:
A Kenmore native is in an online comedy contest sponsored by Oprah Winfrey.
Pop Music Critic Jeff Miers reviewed Friday night's Buffalo Rocks the Harbor concert featuring moe.
Here's a photo gallery from the final round of the LPGA Championship in Rochester.