Lawyers and their clients deal with the slow pace of Chicago immigration court
His criticisms of the agency over alleged activities of a special agent and an FBI lawyer-- brought to light against the backdrop of claimed improprieties of the deputy director--point up a systematic failure of the bureau's leadership, writes Paul Callan.
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The toll house sat on Main St. where the border divided the City of Buffalo from Amherst, before there was even a Bailly Ave. The toll-man, from his shed, would have been able to look out and see t…
Do you remember when the Medical Campus was called the “Medical Corridor” or “Medical District”? We’ve come a long way since those days. The Medical Campus is now a sm…
What doe it mean to be local? Have you seen some chain stores that are jumping on the bandwagon, advocating buying local, just because they have a store in your city? It’s more important than…
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A 4-year-old cancer patient is expecting to spend this Christmas in a Boston hospital.
The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office reported that a 35-year-old Ripley Central School teacher has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
A 35-year-old man was treated and released after a shooting Saturday night on East North Street. The victim was sitting in a vehicle in h...
Ellicottville is in the Southern Tier and at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains making it a top destination for skiers.
This year, skiing and festive spirit are joining forces with the first ski tree in Ellicottville.
On Saturday things went from bad to worse for the Buffalo Sabres as they dropped their fifth straight game, falling to the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1. With the loss, the Sabres remain in the basement of the Eastern Conference with a 5-11-4 record.
On Saturday morning Buffalo's Downtown Central Library welcomed a new exhibit. Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I opened up with a ceremony at 1 Lafayette Sq.
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