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UBMD Internal Medicine will move its adult primary care service line from Youngs Road to the hospital?s Internal Medicine Center, effective Dec. 2.


Back from a trip to the Vatican for less than a day, Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone Monday released a video statement addressing the trip. In it, the leader of WNY's Roman Catholic diocese says the re...


It is au revoir to Raclettes and bonjour to Lucky Day V2.0 in a restaurant change on Main Street. Sandra Wilkins and her husband Paul, a native of England, bought a vacant building at 537 Main at Roo...


City Wine Merchant, now 10 years old, has forged a loyal customer base.


Why is MimiVax succeeding? Beyond cutting-edge technology, one of its investors says the science personnel has become adaptable company executives.


There are 770 insurance claims and policy clerks in the Buffalo metropolitan area, according to the latest estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Local average annual pay for those...


It would certainly shine a light on the issue. Or turn it off, if you?re not a certain age.


The Western New York Regional Economic Development Council is replacing one area college president with another as co-chair. Dr. Katherine Conway-Turner, Buffalo State College president, has been nam...


The Buffalo Planning board will review the Delaware Avenue project.


The legacy of Nathan Benderson began with empty beer bottles. And, a lot of then. Benderson was still a teenager and a truant from Bennett High School when he began buying and selling bottles from l...

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