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Urban Family Practice's new East Side clinic is holding an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 2, to introduce itself to the East Side community. The clinic is located at 1315 Jefferson Ave., near Utica Street, the former location of a UB Family Medicine clinic that closed a year ago. Dr. Raul Vazquez, CEO of the West Side-based Urban Family Practice clinic…

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Three of the picks from Tim Murray's final draft as Buffalo Sabres general manager are done with the organization and eligible to go back into the hopper for this year's selections in Dallas. The team has relinquished the rights to defensemen Austin Osmanski and Vojtech Budik as well as forward Brandon Hagel , choosing not to sign them by Friday's 5 p.m. deadline. Teams…

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Taking a drug from idea to an actual treatment takes many years of research and costs hundreds of millions of dollars. For every drug that wins approval from the Food and Drug Administration, thousands of experimental compounds fail in testing to prove safe and effective, or never even make it that far Researchers on that journey from lab to bedside at Williamsville-…

Bills

For Bills coach Sean McDermott, the “One Buffalo” ethos extends beyond his own team and throughout the entire Western New York football community. “We are all one,” McDermott said while walking off the practice field at the ADPRO Training Center on Thursday after greeting a group of local high school coaches who took a field trip to watch the Bills’ organized team activit…

University at Buffalo center James O’Hagan, a two-time third team All-Mid-American Conference selection, was named to the Rimington Trophy Spring Watch List. The award honoring the nation’s top center in college football is named for former Nebraska All-America center Dave Rimington, who later played for the Cincinnati Bengals. O’Hagan of Seaford, L.I., has been an ancho…

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We are still two full months away from the start of Buffalo Bills training camp. Organized team activities got underway last week and the team hasn't yet announced the date players will report to St. John Fisher College. But Bills fans can't help but wonder which veterans could be in jeopardy of being left off the official 53-man roster at the end of preseason. Asked…

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OLAF FUB SEZ: According to the Greek philosopher Plato, born on or about this date in 427 B.C., “Of all animals, the boy is the most unmanageable.”. . . HIGH HONORS – The Buffalo Sunrise Rotary Club will present two Paul Harris Fellow Community Service Awards at a reception at 6 p.m. June 13 in the Saturn Club, 977 Delaware Ave. Honorees are former Erie County Legislat…

Bills

In Vic Carucci's latest piece from his exclusive interview with Kim Pegula, the Buffalo Bills' co-owner and president shared how being part of the NFL's Super Bowl and Major Events Advisory Committee can be depressing at times. "Because it just makes you realize that (Buffalo) can't get (a Super Bowl), when they show the amount of infrastructure – from hotels to airport…

Local Homefinder Features

Combining luxury and value is the goal of most homebuyers, but that’s a prospect the housing market rarely affords. Marrano Homes is offering homebuyers just that — an exclusive opportunity to own luxury housing for an unbeatable value in its Princeton South community, voted Best of West Seneca in the Home Builders category two years in a row. Visit a wide variety of…

High Schools

Nardin needed only one run to win the Monsignor Martin softball championship. But it took 10 innings for the Gators to get it. Freshman Grace Applebaum scored on a passed ball in the top of the third extra inning and Jessie DiPasquale pitched a complete game shutout to lead Nardin in a 1-0 victory over defending champion St. Mary’s of Lancaster on Tuesday at Canisius Coll…

Bills

In the second chapter of our five-part series on the cultivation of Josh Allen, enterprising reporter Tim Graham transports readers to Firebaugh, Calif., the small farming town that shaped the new Buffalo Bills quarterback. In extensive interviews with The Buffalo News over the past month, those who've raised, coached and taught Allen were unanimous in their insistence Al…

Life as a college graduate is good so far for Dana Voytovich. One day after he collected his business degree from the University at Buffalo, Voytovich earned himself $2,000 by winning the Greater Buffalo USBC Association's 55th annual George A. Obenauer Masters championship on Sunday at AMF Airport Lanes in Cheektowaga. To do it, Voytovich had to defeat Jack Jurek, a…

Bills

Josh Allen grew up on fertile land. In the opening installment of his five-part series on the community that cultivated the next great hope at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, News sports reporter Tim Graham takes us to the farming fields in Firebaugh, Calif. You can examine his University of Wyoming stats and video clips, but you won't truly know Josh Allen until yo…

Columns

An old friend, Ed Griffin-Nolan, came through Buffalo the other day. Griffin-Nolan is a longtime writer and journalist in Syracuse, and he has taken off on a great adventure: Forty years after he hitchhiked cross-country with a friend, as an exercise in both writing and humanity, he is sticking out his thumb and going on the road again for a few weeks. He carries a sign…

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