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In order to bring you great services at low rate, Time Warner Cable has merged with Charter Spectrum. You can now enjoy the best of both worlds, with high-speed Internet up to 100 Mbps in select areas, digital HD TV with hundreds of channels and unlimited nationwide calling.

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About: buffalo, new york

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Erie, the city of Buffalo grew quickly from trading to community to bustling city with the construction of the Erie Canal. At one stage, the country's 8th largest city, it was home to a thriving Steel industry and grain milling industry. These days, Canadian shoppers continue to bolster the local economy while the health care industry has become one of the regions top employers.

Population: 1254066
Local Newspapers: The Buffalo News
Local Sports Teams: Buffalo Bills (NFL) Buffalo Sabres (NHL) Buffalo Bisons (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Canisus College Empire State College University at Buffalo

Zip Codes associated with buffalo, new york: 14201 14202 14204 14206 14207 14208 14209 14210 14211 14212 14213 14214 14215 14216 14217 14218 14219 14220 14221 14222 14223 14224 14225 14226 14227 14228
Towns/Cities near buffalo, new york : Tonawanda Kenmore West Seneca Lackawanna Cheektowaga Depew Lancaster Amherst Sloan Blasdell

Buffalo News
Lake Effect Snow Across Metro Buffalo

Special Weather Statement National Weather Service Buffalo NY 909 AM EST THU JAN 18 2018 ...A BAND OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL AFFECT NORTHERN ERIE AND WESTERN GENESEE COUNTIES... Lake effect snow will continue to increase across much of northern Erie and western Genesee counties through mid to late morning. Snowfall will become moderate, with snowfall rates of a half inch to one inch per hour.

Airport Leads Uber's List of Top Drop Off Destinations in WNY

Buffalo, NY Ridesharing has been in place for six months in WNY, and Uber has unveiled its list of the top drop-off destinations. At the top of the list was Buffalo Niagara International Airport, folllowed by the Greyhound Bus station downtown.

Calspan opens new multi-million dollar crash test facility

Just 20 seconds into her first career start, Baylor freshman Didi Richards scored on a putback. That would be as close as OMAHA, Neb.

Auburn University to hire Buffalo Athletic Director Allen Greene

The University at Buffalo will be on the search for a new director of athletics as current athletic director Allen Greene will make his way to Auburn University for the same job, replacing Jay Jacobs. Greene followed former Buffalo athletic director Danny White to Amherst after a stint at Ole Miss as a senior associate athletics director in 2012.

Ortt: NYSP to Hold Off on Enforcing Pistol Permit Recertification

Buffalo, NY The New York SAFE Act's clause on recertifying pistol permits by January 31st may not be enforced by State Police right away, says State Senator Rob Ortt. "I think it's a recognition of a flaw in the statute of the SAFE Act, and a recognition of the fact that tens of thousands would become criminals under the statute," says Ortt.

Alden Man Charged with Assaulting a Baby

Last week it was reported that his 4 month old baby had fallen and was taken to Oshei Children's Hospital in Buffalo. Further investigation by New York State Police determined that the infant suffered from a serious brain injury associated with shaken baby syndrome.

Labatt parent company announces new CEO

The announcement from NAB parent company Florida Ice and Farm Company says that after four years at NAB, Kris Sirchio is stepping down as FIFCO implements a new business model. According to a statement from the company, "the model will draw on FIFCO's total company size, scale and beer industry experience to grow the U.S. business in an increasingly competitive and changing industry."

Buffalo Police Commissioner Derenda Has Retired

Buffalo Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda has retired. That announcement was made overnight by Mayor Byron Brown's office.

Video caught up to Edward Kuebler in Grand Island hit and run

Buffalo, NY As Edward Kuebler is sentenced for a hit and run that seriously injured Dana Papaj in Grand Island last summer, video is becoming more prevalent as key evidence in cases. Attorney Tom Eoannou does not represent Kuebler but was the attorney for two others who took pleas when evidence came out.

Could recreational marijuana become legal in NYS? Gov. Cuomo calls for a study

Carsen Edwards scored 21 points and Vincent Edwards added 20, leading No. 3 Purdue to a 78-50 blowout over Wisco COLUMBIA, S.C. - Kentucky coach John Calipari thought his freshmen looked like freshmen for the first time all season.

Buffalo Common Council Holds Open Meeting to Discuss Budget

For the first time, the Buffalo Common Council hosted a City Budget Public Engagement Meeting prior to Mayor Byron Brown's 2018-2019 recommended budget. An open forum was organized at City Hall, in which members of the community were encouraged to come and voice their opinions and concerns regarding the city's $500 million operating budget, which is the money used to run the city, and should not be confused with the capital budget.

Taxi companies renew push for equal playing field

Taxi Cab companies in Buffalo are fighting for what they say is an "equal playing field" with ride sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. Tuesday, Cab Companies across the city met with Mayor Byron Brown behind closed doors to renew their push for equality.

Advanced training in stroke care saves Buffalo man at Mount St. Mary's Hospital

It was a relatively normal day for Buffalo resident Kenneth Lidge as he was nearing the Niagara Falls Airport as a passenger on an Allegiant Airlines flight coming from Tampa to Niagara Falls. Lidge was relaxing in his seat as he returned to Western New York from a cruise.

Canisius College faculty, staff rally to show opposition to contract changes

A smiling Pope Francis drew a big crowd at an outdoor Mass in the Chilean capital Tuesday during the first full day o BUFFALO, N.Y. - Dozens of Canisius College faculty and staff members gather on campus, raising their voices, showing opposition to contract changes the school is proposing. "They're not offering raises," said Chris Ring, a BMR employee at the school and the chair for the local 200SEIU.

Solar tariffs would kill jobs, harm environment

Any day now, President Trump is expected to decide whether to punish China with tariffs on cheap solar cells and panels it exports to America. For a president who raged against China during the presidential campaign, calling its mounting trade deficit with the United States " the greatest theft in the history of the world," it might be tempting to finally substitute action for rhetoric.

10-year-old dies of flu after visit to Buffalo

Barbara Stevens couldn't imagine being mentioned in the same conversation with Geno Auriemma and Pat Summitt. Yet Bentley's MILWAUKEE - One of the first congratulatory text messages that Central Arkansas guard Jordan Howard received after scoring a career-hig BUFFALO, N.Y. - Connecticut health officials say a ten-year-old boy died from the flu, just hours after being in Buffalo for a youth hockey tournament.

In Anticipation of trading Kane pick up J Jokinen?

If Buffalo wants picks and prospects back for Kane, and do not want to mess with Rochester and their winning ways then give Jokinen his spot in the lineup for his final chance to prove any worth for next year.... if his goal is to get another nhl contract. Small gamble for rest of season... unless he's become very terrible.

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