Born in Dunkirk, a son, grandson and great-grandson of Buffalonians, I've been an Upstate journalist for 46 years. As a kid, I learned quiet lives are often monumental. I still try to honor that simple lesson, as a journalist.
Terry was recognized for almost a half-century of volunteer service when Shea's Performing Arts Center put his name and photo on the famous theater's marquee.
Families, friends, coaches and players come together – finally – for a memorable day at Shoshone Park.
John Gangloff always believed that someday, somehow, Major League Baseball would return for the first time since 1915 to his hometown.
If you agree neighborhoods endure and rise because of heart and will, the chance encounter with Loretta White was a recent bike tour's defining moment, Kirst says.
Ripples from attempts to bring the Statler back still kick up meaning for thousands of Western New York families, Kirst says.
Anthony Leone is pictured front and center at a 40th anniversary dinner of the Local 41 of the IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electirical …
Just when things couldn't get any worse for Lenny Kostelny on a recent trip to the post office, a good Samaritan swooped in to make his day. And he couldn't be more grateful.
An early participant in the civil rights movement, Irene McVay built a long career as a teacher’s aide whose formal title hardly captured the breadth of her impact, Kirst says.
A Buffalo teacher helps his students learn about the importance of becoming a meaningful and important part of the city landscape, and not just as spectators.
“It’s a complete wonder that this chain came together.”