Buffalo is Hosting a Public Hearing for 2021's Annual Action Plan
City officials are looking for ideas on how to spend more than $75,000,000 in Federal Funds
Nearly 1,000 Votes Cast on First Day of Early Voting in Buffalo
A few important elections this year may help to increase voter turnout.
Multiple Shootings in Buffalo Have Police Officials Frustrated
The number of shootings in the City of Buffalo this year is far outpacing previous years
Canada Gets Ready to Loosen Some Border Crossing Rules
This might be the beginning of regular travel into Canada being able to resume
You're Invited to a Community Block Party for Voting
Early voting in New York starts on Saturday, June 12th and a bunch of community organizations want you to come out and march with them to raise awareness of Voting.
Early Voting Details for New York's Primary Elections
You can find a list of Early Voting Locations in Buffalo, Early Voting for the Primary begins on June 12th
Border Patrol Seizes More Than 1 Ton of Weed at Port of Buffalo
More than 1,200 individual packages of marijuana were found and has a street value of almost $3 Million
How Should the City of Buffalo Spend Its Stimulus Money?
What should the City spend its $166 Million on?
Buffalo Mayoral Candidates to Participate in Public Forum
Get informed on the issues and candidates that are running for Mayor this year
City of Buffalo Opening Splash Pads on Memorial Day
The splash pads will be open every day until Labor Day