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Buffalo
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Western New York Reacts to Ban on State-Funded Travel To Indiana
City of Buffalo
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Pints for Progress Raises Funds for Community-Minded Projects
Niagara Falls
The winning project had its cost for admittance reimbursed by the organizers. 08:16 AM
Malone on St. Stanislaus Pastor Assignment
City of Buffalo
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