Author: Ali Ingersoll

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The SPCA serving Erie County is waiving adoption fees for military members... [Read More]
Pastors, parole officers, and former prisoners all gather in one room, celebrating the achievements of many who are now working in the city again after... [Read More]
Inside of the federal detention center, there are more than 500 beds which are usually filled. The ECBA Volunteer Lawyers Project represents more than 300... [Read More]
More than 30 million people in the U.S. wear dentures and 60% of them have a common disease. Now, due to innovative research coming out... [Read More]
After spending 11 years in Buffalo, calling games for the Bisons, Ben Wagner has made a major move. [Read More]
This isn't a normal game and that means the training is different... [Read More]
Dozens of young men who have dreamed of being drafted into the NFL will be donning hats soon after being selected to play in the... [Read More]
The Partnership for the Public Good is looking at the use of money bail in Buffalo... [Read More]
This has been the latest the city has declared Code Blue since its inception... [Read More]
There isn't a batter in the boxes; aren't bases on the diamond or fans in the stands as Coca-Cola field sits empty. [Read More]
Counselors say common signs of violent behavioral patterns include anger management issues, disrespect toward others, issues in school... [Read More]
Residents are wondering when will winter end... [Read More]
Buffalo Bisons fans aren't letting some sprinkles rain on their opening day celebrations... [Read More]
While Pat has been broadcasting for about ten years, he has had some affiliation with the Bisons for almost 20. [Read More]
As Dorothy Gietl turns 100-years-old, she is crediting giving back to others and a good hairdresser for her good health and fortune. [Read More]
The La Movement Fitness owner feels there's room in the market for more studios like this in Buffalo. [Read More]
A local millennial has started a company which shares powerful statements on stickers... [Read More]
Troops from Girl Scouts of WNY are now accepting credit cards at cookie sales; incorporating STEM learning with badge earning. [Read More]
On average, the price for a brand name medication is now ten times higher than it was in 2012. [Read More]
The three breweries which called Batavia home at one point closed during Prohibition and since, no one has opened another. Until now. [Read More]
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