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Paul Maurer was walking on a cracked sidewalk along South Park Avenue. He passed a rust-colored brick building housing five Mister Softee ice-cream trucks, a trailer for a party rental business sitting in an empty lot, and a pile of cracked concrete and rocks wrapped in yellow caution tape. But Maurer didn't see any of this. Nor did he seem to be feeling the bite of the…

Business

The newest Buffalo Living Tour will once again showcase suburban living in the Northtowns this month, as the popular program marks its eighth year and 11th edition. The free program on April 13 will feature six upscale communities, said Paul D. Maurer, the tour's originator and chairman. The program will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., using a We Care shuttle bus, but attend…

Local News

After this weekend, it will be 29,963 down and 37 to go for Re-Tree. Re-Tree, a program of Buffalo Green Fund, has had the goal of replacing 30,000 of the trees damaged by the surprise Oct. 12-13, 2006, snowstorm. This weekend, the group will plant 106 trees throughout the city, adding to its current total of 29,857 trees planted in the 12 years since the 2006 storm …