Author: Erica Brecher

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Donald Strash left Buffalo after the Blizzard of '77, but his baseball mitt stayed behind. Years later, a California-based company acquired it and returned it... [Read More]
Following a meeting between clergy, Buffalo officials, and county and federal prosecutors, the group agreed that more resources to protect witnesses would help ease the... [Read More]
"Momentum, just like in sports, it's hard to get, and once you get it, it's hard to maintain," Tom Kucharski of Invest Buffalo Niagara said. [Read More]
Students and residents are concerned of Flint and Millersport, both of which have stretches with no sidewalks, even though many students live in off-campus housing... [Read More]
Comptroller Mark Schroeder says he wants the agency to pay for an internal audit of the organization in order to identify and fix spending and... [Read More]
First announced last November on Veterans Day, the African American Veterans monument will be built starting next year, and the $50,000 check from Catholic Health... [Read More]
"It is something that, until recently, is often buried because there's lot of shame and blame for someone who has been sexually harassed," said discrimination attorney... [Read More]
At least one person sustained injuries when a car and bus collided Sunday night in the Town of Evans. [Read More]
Tags: Car - Town - Evans
The 2018 U.S. Chicken Wing Eating Championship took place Sunday during the National Buffalo Wing Festival. [Read More]
The KIA Memorial Roadmarch is a 10K in memory of the hundreds of New York soldiers that have been killed in action since 9/11... [Read More]
The federal agency proposed its nearly $7 million plan to remove the contaminated soil from affected properties they've identified near the old Flintkote... [Read More]
For 68 years, Meredith Frank Keirn's family accepted that they may never have his body returned from North Korea. [Read More]
Aside from an unlikely and complicated scenario involving movement withing elections elsewhere in New York State, Congressman Chris Collins will – in all likelihood –... [Read More]
The City of Niagara Falls is offering relief from Monday's heat for those who need or want to take advantage of extended pool hours and... [Read More]
Residents of Buffalo's Masten District have taken notice of a city street sign that misspelled a well-known regional name. [Read More]
An infant is among six people involved in a single-vehicle rollover crash that happened Sunday afternoon in southern Erie County. [Read More]
A middle school student at the Charter School for Applied Technologies was hurt so badly that she needed stitches in her head. [Read More]
Tops warehouse workers are angry that some of the pensions they worked for are gone.        ... [Read More]
Tags: Tops - pensions - angry
"If the council approves the strategic plan, then a layer of the moratorium on the land, the city-owned land in the Fruit Belt, would be... [Read More]
Anthropologists meticulously excavated human remains the weekend of June 10, 2017, and for 11 months, Erie County detectives have been trying to piece what they... [Read More]
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