A total of 11,000 free Covid-19 at-home antigen test kits will be distributed at several locations across the City of Buffalo on Tuesday.
It’s up to the Senecas to do the right thing.
Plainly, there are many ways 2022 can improve on this expiring year. But that will depend on what we all do to make it better.
There’s no coming back after a historic structure is sent to the gallows.
The Dec. 24 Another Voice column by Michael Di Pasquale from Massachusetts was right on.
"Buffalo is open for business. And our goal is to make Buffalo the best business bet in the State of New York," the mayor recently said.
A pro sports team may not count as an essential component of a successful city in the way that a hospital or airport does, but in most places, they are deeply woven into the civic fabric and nowhere is that more true than in Buffalo.
After 16 years in office, Mayor Byron W. Brown announces plans to “accelerate” development in all city neighborhoods. Is his plan business as …
Brown said the priority should be to keep the Bills in Western New York and not put the team at risk of leaving altogether.
"We take away from this election that this is a time of great change, great challenge and great concerns that people have," the mayor said.
The program is designed to help strengthen commercial districts while encouraging density and growth along established transportation corridors.
Buffalo expatriates who return here over the winter holidays are often astounded by the positive changes downtown, particularly along the wate…
Brown, launched an unprecedented write-in campaign to defeat India B. Walton in the Nov. 2 general election 59.5% to 40%.
"We were the candidacy that gave the voters a choice," Brown said. Clearly, the voters wanted a choice in this election, and that’s why we have won an unprecedented, historic, write-in victory, which is a real mandate from the people of Buffalo."
Demands that Mayor Byron W. Brown resign from the Democratic National Committee are growing, especially from a left-leaning group that this we…
"The national narrative coming out of last week’s elections was that Democrats – particularly ones tied to progressive values – took a beating," writes The News' Editorial Board.
While unsuccessful, Walton said, her campaign had accomplished "ending the era of complacent Buffalo politicians."
Real estate developers like Douglas Jemal and Carl P. Paladino clung to the Brown campaign, pouring money into his effort in hopes that they could save the development-friendly administration. And it worked.
Some political pros said the seeds of Walton's disappointing performance were those she sowed on primary night and in the weeks afterwards, when she failed to broaden her base of support beyond the most progressive of progressives.
America is watching as Buffalo elects a new mayor. Will it be a fifth term for Byron W. Brown or, having lost the Democratic primary to a poli…
Here's a look at what to watch for as Buffalo's hotly contested race for mayor comes to a close, based on conversations with political pros who have been closely following the race.
Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer and Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand, both New York Democrats, endorsed Walton earlier this month.
After the contest for Buffalo mayor is decided, election platforms and promises will give way to governing. A question for the next mayor to …
"It’s preposterous, in the name of efficiency, for the Board of Elections to delay counting the write-in votes until all absentee and military ballots have been returned," writes The News' Editorial Board.