The city has agreed with a conservative legal group that a local pro-life group is allowed to protest in front of the Planned Parenthood office on University Avenue without regard to an older court-ordered 15-foot buffer zone. Jim Havens and ROC Sidewalk Advocates have been protesting in front of Planned Parenthood peacefully in accordance with a 2005 federal injunction.
Much of Martin Luther King Park will become a Holiday Village for every weekend in December, with a raft of family-oriented events and attractions.
Chris Collins has become the unwanted guest Republicans just can't get rid of.
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A gala on Saturday, September 22, will mark the grand opening of Nazareth College's Jane and Laurence Glazer Music Performance Center. The $15.5 million facility will be the new home for the school's Department of Music, a space for both performance and rehearsals, serving one-fifth of Nazareth's student population.
Parsells Avenue is, at its heart, a neighborhood street. But the street – a former trolley car route – is wide and straight with no stop signs, so drivers feel comfortable going faster than they should.
Dems' establishment wins the primary
Daniele Family Companies now has all of approvals it needs from the Town of Brighton to build Whole Foods Center. But the project faces lawsuits.
I hope the Distinguished Educator will tell us more than just what’s wrong. I hope he’ll be able to tell us why.