Buffalo is starting to slap fines on people who don’t clear their sidewalks. Officials are working with other cities to draw the line.
The Buffalo Housing Court is now taking unprecedented action to protect tenants when their landlords either can’t or won’t keep them safe.
Many homeowners are unable to clear the sidewalks and driveways themselves, so they are forced to hire contractors.
Scammers are exploiting the bureau’s good name and reputation to steal the identity and money from unsuspecting victims across the U.S.
A man says he’s losing business because he attempted to help another business establish themselves. He turned to Call 4 Action for help.
A couple knew something was wrong when they started feeling symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.
An east side family can breathe a sigh of relief after a dead tree, at risk of falling on their home, was finally cut down.
Staffers at Samuel Son & Company in the Town of Lancaster saved dozens of unsuspecting callers from falling prey to an IRS phone scam.
A water main burst at Birchwood Drive and Countryside Lane, in Amherst, leaking water into gas lines, and causing furnaces to shut down in D…
A mystery donor gave up her lottery winnings to help Mary’s family pay back taxes that forced the east side home into foreclosure.
An east side family has been pestering the City of Buffalo to remove a couple of dead trees from a city-owned lot next to their house for al…
Homeowners in The Woodlands contacted Call 4 Action in October, 2013, and now New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has acted.
Dozens of Buffalo and Rochester consumers accused Scott Romero of pulling a snowplow scam, now he’s behind bars.