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New York State can force the home to house registered sex offenders, but the Town of Eden says it’s the wrong location to build such a home.
The illuminated ball at Roosevelt Square was tested Tuesday before the crowd gathers.
The Edward M. Cotter took on passengers, not water, Wednesday.
The charges include conspiring with shooter Syed Farook to carry out attacks in 2011 and 2012.
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The National Immigration Institute official says Tonya Couch left late Wednesday afternoon on a flight from Guadalajara, Mexico, to Los Ange…
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The state is helping a landmark church on Buffalo’s East Side return to its former glory.
In the calls, police say a person threatened to be inside the store with a loaded weapon.
In the bill jacket with the restaurant’s copy of the receipt, the family left the waitress a $500 cash tip.
Throughout the project, estimates suggest more than 250 tradesmen will be employed, and $3 million will be added to the local economy.
Officials compared the scheme to a Ponzi scheme.
The child’s mother told officers she left her son in her vehicle while retrieving laundry.
The first-year owners of the Bills, who also own the Buffalo Sabres, released a statement on Wednesday.
With less than two days left in 2015, one nation celebrates a victory over terrorism, another is gearing up to prevent an attack.
Colden Town Justice Victoria Zach agreed to resign effective Dec. 31.