The order freezes an emergency demolition order issued by the City of Buffalo six days after a Dec. 11 windstorm created a large hole in the structure's north wall.
The city's 62nd mayor pledged allegiance to the state and federal constitutions in an oath administered by Chief City Judge Craig D. Hannah, while his wife, Michelle, held a family Bible and his son, Byron, looked on.
A judge has dismissed Andrew Rechin’s case, ruling he failed to prove the city was “arbitrary, capricious or irrational” in leaving him off a list of eligible candidates.
This is a response to the article, “Has Brown cut funds for youth, senior services?” on Sept. 27. As a senior citizen who has participated in …
After months of trying, a former Buffalo police officer fired for instigating a bar fight has been unable to win his job back, even though he was cleared of the harassment charge that sprung from the fracas.
Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown and American Medical Response announced the pay hikes and incentives as emergency medical services professionals face unprecedented public health and staffing challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The soaring billboard also raises the question of whether development of this kind, whether in Buffalo or Niagara Falls or Salamanca, is good for the region or just to the benefit of the Senecas.
One of the nation's leading census experts concludes that all the protests, legal threats and "woulda, coulda, shoulda" laments will most likely lead nowhere.
Mr. Teresi joined City of Buffalo Parking Enforcement Bureau in 1984 as an enforcement officer. He served as supervisor for eight years, retiring in 2006.
Firefighter Scott Martin was fired earlier this year because he tested positive for marijuana. He is a certified medical marijuana patient who uses cannabis to treat post-traumatic stress disorder and back pain.
The protester's federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Buffalo and members of the Buffalo Police Department won't get to trial "any time before 2024 at the earliest," a judge said.
Camera enforcement in speed zones at 18 Buffalo schools will resume Monday, said city Parking Commissioner Kevin Helfer.
Lawyers for Martin Gugino have filed a widely anticipated lawsuit against the City of Buffalo.
A winter storm watch is being issued for late Friday afternoon through late Saturday night, and 9 inches or more of heavy lake effect snow is anticipated.
Masks and physical distancing are required. Any Covid-19 positive cases will result in a 10-day suspension for the league or team using the facility.
A portion of Delaware Avenue is now known as "Josh Allen Way."
A statement condemning the day’s unrest in Washington, D.C., was removed from Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown’s campaign Twitter account shortly after it was posted.
When I think of 2020 and the work my colleagues and I produced this year, it breaks down into distinct periods of time.
Fitch Ratings, one of the three big credit rating agencies, announced Thursday it has reaffirmed the Buffalo Fiscal Stability Authority's "AAA" rating and "stable" rating outlook.
Municipalities across the nation have been clobbered by the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Tax receipts are down – thanks to busine…
Six organizations on Tuesday called for changes, including opening police disciplinary hearings to the public and ending the use of school resource officers.
Chelsea Ellis' family filed a lawsuit on her behalf against the City of Buffalo, the Buffalo Police Department, the police officer behind the wheel.