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Bill To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In NY Is Close
With some proponents saying marijuana sales if legalized could amount to a billion dollars in tax revenue per year a bill to legalize recreational marijuana in New York State could be written this week.
Chef Monte Dolce Fund To Help Local Culinary Students
Monte Dolce was always full of fun and energy combined with a passion for his craft and never strayed too far from a kitchen. He loved family, was generous to friends and strangers, and understood that good food can bring a community together.
Flower Trucks Part Of The Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale
The Annual Hospice and Palliative Care Buffalo Spring Bouquet sale is underway through March 13th with some modifications this year due to social distancing protocols.
Buffalo Marathon Raises $61K Toward Heart Research
Buffalo Marathon's fundraising events have raised over $61,000 for cardiac programs at Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, since the beginning of February, and they're less than halfway to their goal.
Taste Of Buffalo Returns In-Person This Year
The Taste of Buffalo is after its "in-person" absence is back this year. Because of the pandemic, last year’s Taste of Buffalo was a virtual one. But with more and more people getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Taste of Buffalo organizers announced that this year’s event would sim…
Clifford Bell - More Than A Name...A Buffalo Institution
We're celebrating Black History Month across the United States and here in Western New York Clifford Bell has lived it, and been an integral part of it.
Foot and a Half of Snow Forecasted For Erie County This Weekend
Lake Effect Snow Warning in effect and you can expect a lot of shoveling.
Buffalo Catholic Diocese Gets A New Bishop Today
The Most Reverend Michael Fisher will be installed as the 15th Bishop of Buffalo today, becoming the head of a diocese that has been hit with sexual abuse-related lawsuits, has filed for bankruptcy, and is now dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic...certainly not an easy task.
Canalside Christmas Tree Lit, Recognizes Healthcare Workers
Healthcare workers are the true heroes in this pandemic, their long hours and hard work oftentimes overlooked.
Christmas Star Will Light Up The Sky, First Time in 800 Years
On Dec. 21, there will be a celestial event not seen in nearly 800 years according to KTLA-TV.