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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
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A leading national provider of audio visual collaboration technology solutions has an exciting opportunity for an Audio Visual Crestron Programmer in Buffalo, NY. The ideal candidate will have at least 2-4 years of Crestron programming experience and should be experienced in coordinating with audio visual engineers and customers to develop touch panel designs.

USA vs. Canada Outdoor came set for December 29th

Buffalo, NY The United States will face Canada at 3 p.m. ET on Friday, Dec. 29 at New Era Field in the first outdoor game in the history of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship. It will be the teams' first meeting since the gold medal final of the 2017 World Junior Hockey Championship in Montreal, where the United States skated to a 5-4 shootout victory to claim the nation's third gold medal.

UberEATS launches in Buffalo

Ride sharing service Uber is offering a new way for Buffalonians to get their favorite local foods delivered straight to their doors. UberEATS launched in the Queen City Tuesday morning, with representatives demonstrating how to use the service during a press event at Osteria 166.

Media Advisory: Malala Yousafzai to lead off 31st annual Distinguished Speakers Series at UB

BUFFALO, N.Y. Human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will open the University at Buffalo's 2017-18 Distinguished Speakers Series at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19, in Alumni Arena on the UB North Campus.

Father with cancer gives daughter away at impromptu wedding

After her father's cancer diagnosis, a bride moved her wedding across the country, so he could still give her away. BUFFALO, NY Wedding bells rang earlier than planned for one bride, so her father, diagnosed with terminal cancer, would be able to walk his daughter down the aisle.

Canalside in Transition Period

Canalside's once hopping-pace has slowed down in recent weeks because of the upcoming fall seasons. Many businesses like the BFLO Harbor Kayak, the Queen City Bike Ferry, and the Water Bikes of Buffalo are all closed for the season, despite the warmer weather.

Calabrese: Trump Deal Could Send Message to GOP

Buffalo, NY President Trump's recent deal with Democrats to extend the debt limit is a mixed bag to one local Republican strategist. "On one hand, it seems to be popular to the American people, that at least it looks like he's trying to get something done.

Review: Former UN Secretary General Hammarskjold's diary, "Markings"

Hurricane Irma put me out of books to read from publishers, with the mail not delivered. I turned to one of my favorites on the shelf... Hurricane Irma put me out of books to read from publishers, with the mail not delivered.

Tremont Seals returns home to Buffalo, continues recovery

Then 7-year-old Tremont Seals was found bleeding from his head on the pavement, after Buffalo police say he was struck by a car. The now 8-year-old is walking, talking, and eating on his own again, after suffering serious head trauma and spending time in a coma.

Deployment of NY Guardsmen, troopers to Caribbean on hold

The deployment of more than 100 members of the New York Army National Guard and state police to the U.S. Virgin Islands to help with hurricane recovery efforts is on hold because of another storm approaching the region. National Guard officials say Monday that the departure of 100 soldiers in a Buffalo-based military police unit and 30 troopers has been delayed because of Hurricane Maria, which has strengthened into a Category 3 storm as it pushes toward the eastern Caribbean.

Police investigating drive-by shooting near downtown Buffalo

Buffalo police say two men were injured in a drive-by shooting on Camp Street around 8:45 p.m. Sunday. Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call or text the Confidential TIPCALL Line at 847-2255.

September Sizzle

It's turning out to be a September to remember - for weather. There's no end in sight to the recent string of warmth.

Pumpkin spice hits the shelves: Fall seasonal food made in Upstate NY

Stop and smell the cinnamon pine cones, because it's fall in Central New York. With it comes the changing leaves, crisp breezes and a sudden love for all things pumpkin spice-flavored.

Media Advisory: Former NASA chief to visit UB on Monday

Charles Bolden, who led NASA for more than seven years during Barack Obama's presidency, will touchdown on Buffalo on Monday. The retired astronaut and decorated Marine Corps veteran will visit the University at Buffalo, where he is expected to discuss his career, meet students and administrators, and learn about the region's rich aerospace and aviation history.

Sen. Chuck Schumer: Gas prices should fall as fast as they rise after natural disasters

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is sounding off about soaring gas prices following hurricane Harvey and Irma. He says prices should be coming down but he fears some businesses could be taking advantage of drivers.

Report: 1,650-mile trail network could connect 3 states

The Regional Plan Association has released a report proposing connecting 1,650 miles of biking, hiking and walking trails in the three states. One route would connect Manhattan to the 750-mile cross-state Empire State Trail proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo early this year.

Young hit-and-run victim back home

Tremont Seals was greeted with a party Saturday afternoon after spending more than two months in multiple hospitals after being hit by a car on the Fourth of July. Buffalo police say the incident happened near the 200 block of Loring Avenue, and that the vehicle involved was a grey sedan.

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