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3.8 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Buffalo Area in New York

On Monday, January 6th, a 3.8 magnitude earthquake was felt by many in the Buffalo area in New York State, according to the United States Geological Service. The United States Geological Service states that the center of the earthquake was 2 kilometers or 1.24 miles northeast of West Seneca in New York State.
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Buffalo Area Shaken by Early Morning Earthquake

Minor Earthquake Rattles Western New York amid Winter Storm Aftermath. Western New York was jolted awake by a minor earthquake on Monday morning, causing a stir among residents who are more used to enduring blizzards. According to preliminary reports by the U.S Geological Survey, the 3.8-magnitude quake struck the area east of Buffalo in West Seneca at approximately 6:15 am.
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East Buffalo Small Business Working Capital Grant Program Offers $3 Million in Grants

New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently revealed that applications are now available for the East Buffalo Small Business Working Capital Grant Program, a $3 million program that aims to provide grants of $5,000-$50,000 each to eligible small businesses in East Buffalo bounded by the following streets/highways: NYS Route 33, NY Route 198, Main Street, North Street, Michigan Avenue, and Goodell Street.
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travel from Buffalo to Toronto by bus

Buffalo and Toronto are two popular cities located in the Canadian province of Ontario and the US state of New York, respectively. Both cities are well-connected by various modes of transportation, including bus. This article will provide information on the different bus companies that operate between Buffalo and Toronto, as well as their prices.
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10 Buffalo Companies That Pay More Than $35 an Hour

Buffalo, NY. - Buffalo is the second-largest city in New York, as well as the largest metro area in Upstate New York - home to more than 1.1 million people. Once a major hub for railroads, steel production, and manufacturing, today the economy of Buffalo is comprised of high-tech firms, service-oriented businesses, and a mix of industrial and light manufacturing. Furthermore, the region is increasingly a center for banking and life sciences.
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4 Third Wave Coffee Shops in Buffalo

Third wave coffee has arrived in Buffalo! Discover our picks for the best Buffalo coffee shops serving flat whites, cappuccinos and pour overs. We're not talking about diner coffee that you may associate with the hard-scrabble city with an industrial past. Nope. We're talking about coffee crafted with lightly roasted, single origin beans.
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The Perfect Blend at A Touch of Italy

For the best in homestyle Italian cooking and a casual, comfortable atmosphere for the whole family, nobody does it better in Tonawanda, New York than A Touch of Italy. Well-known for their pasta staples and pizza pies, A Touch of Italy brings the perfect blend of spices to every dish served.
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Two popular cinemas to close in Buffalo area

There was disappointing news for cinema goers in the Buffalo area today with the news that popular movie business Regal Cinemas is closing two of its locations in the region. The Regal Cinemas at the Transit Center Stadium 18 and IMAX in Lancaster, and Elmwood Center 16 in North Buffalo will not have their leases renewed next month.
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Three New York Police Departments to Get $1.5 Million in Funding for Federal Pilot Project

New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced the allocation of $1.5 million dollars in federal funding for the Buffalo, Schenectady, and Yonkers police departments over the next five years to implement a series of pilot programs with the goal of providing an alternative to arrest for youth involved with the justice department and as means of building trust among the police and local community.
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Congressman Colin Allred Honors Damar Hamlin's Recovery on House Floor

North Texas congressman and former NFL player, Colin Allred, took to the U.S. House floor to recognize and celebrate the ongoing recovery of Buffalo Bills safety, Damar Hamlin, who collapsed and went into cardiac arrest during a game on January 2. WFAA reports Hamlin was hospitalized in Cincinnati for a week and then returned to Buffalo for several more days before being released. Allred, who is from Dallas County, was joined by fellow congressman and former NFL player, Burgess Owens, in recognizing Hamlin's inspiring story on the House floor.
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