A North Tonawanda veteran rode into Buffalo Sunday with a police escort. He was greeted by a crowd waving American flags.
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Five witnesses were questioned over the course of six hours on the second day of Carl Paladino’s state education hearing.
The Emergency Department at ECMC is seeing a record number of overdose cases and people seeking addiction treatment.
Nearly a dozen people called for Carl Paladino’s removal from the school board Tuesday night.
A state board is giving Niagara Falls leaders suggestions on how to save money and improve efficiency.
Paddling along the water in North Tonawanda, Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper tour guides point out wildlife and the challenges our waterways fac…
An assistant school superintendent in Williamsville has been fired. The Board of Education voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of…
Hazmat situation at WNY Industrial Tire shut down South Park Avenue Monday afternoon.
A Brooklyn man claims Buffalo Police officers violated his constitutional rights when they kicked him off a property he bought on the city a…
For the past five years, North Tonawanda has relied on Niagara County dispatch services.
A grieving Buffalo mother is calling on the community to act to help solve dozens of homicides.
Tensions are rising among some teenagers in Buffalo during these last few weeks of school.
The family of a nursing home patient who died after a violent attack wants Erie County lawmakers to hold nursing homes more accountable.