Local Headlines (Tue Feb 14)

A CHANGE OF VENUE HAS BEEN ORDERED IN THE CAMPAIGN TREASURY INVESTIGATION OF FORMER STATE SENATOR GEORGE MAZIARZ AS THE ERIE COUNTY D.A. TAKES OVER THE CASE.

FEDERAL AGENTS ROUNDED UP TWO DOZEN SUSPECTED ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS OUTSIDE A SOUTHTOWNS CONVENIENCE STORE MONDAY.

THE OPIATE EPIDEMIC IN ERIE COUNTY CONTINUES TO GET WORSE WITH 55 REPORTED DEATHS IN JUST THE FIRST 40 DAYS OF 2017.

MORE GUNFIRE IN BUFFALO AS A MAN IN HIS 20’S WAS STRUCK IN THE LEG MONDAY EVENING DURING A SHOOTING ON THE CITY’S EAST SIDE.

BUFFALO’S TALLEST BUILDING APPEARS HEADED FOR A MAJOR MAKE-OVER. THE BUFFALO PLANNING BOARD GAVE IT’S DEVELOPER THE GREEN LIGHT TO GET STARTED MONDAY.

THE DAUNTING RICHARDSON OLMSTEAD COMPLEX AT ELMWOOD AND FOREST IN BUFFALO, WILL OPEN AS A LUXURY HOTEL APRIL 30.

THE OWNER OF THE BOULEVARD MALL HAS DEFAULTED ON A LOAN PAYMENT. THE REGION’S OLDEST ENCLOSED SHOPPING CENTER MAY BE HEADED FOR FORCLOSURE.

AND SECURITY AT BISON’S GAMES THIS SUMMER WILL BE GETTING AN UPGRADE.

 

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