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Video: In Focus: Excitement grows as Dyngus Day approaches

Eddy Dobosiewicz, Dyngus Day Buffalo co-founder, discusses the upcoming activities of this popular Polish festival and shares his view of the flap that occurred last year when Anderson Cooper made fun of Dyngus Day on his CNN show.

Is that a Mini Cooper on top of the Central Terminal?

A crane lifted a Mini Cooper to the 8th floor of the Central Terminal tower today. It will stay there until September while raffle tickets are sold to benefit the restoration of the Terminal. The winner gets a 2 year lease from Towne Mini. Photo by Mark Mulville for The Buffalo News.

Firefighters battle Busti Avenue blaze

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Buffalo firefighters this afternoon were on the scene of a fire with heavy smoke in a home on Busti Avenue on the city's lower West Side. A dog was reported to have perished in the blaze. Photos by Derek Gee for The Buffalo News.

Video: Niagara Tunnel project in Ontario

The magnitude and benefits of the Niagara Tunnel project is discussed.

Video: Buffett on U.S. economy, future of newspapers

Buffalo News Chairman Warren E. Buffett was in Buffalo Wednesday to honor his friend Stanford Lipsey, who has retired after 32 years as publisher of The News and is now publisher emeritus.

Even with partisan gridlock in Washington, a sluggish economic recovery and soaring health care costs, the billionaire investor remains bullish on this country and its prospects:

Recently, his investments have included newspapers, even though they are far smaller than the companies he typically puts money into. He believes that subscriptions can be part of a smart Internet strategy, because newspapers can’t continue to charge for a print edition while giving away the online version of their product at no charge:

Here, Buffett and Lipsey reflect on when they first took control of The News:

Photo: Making a statement on Kick Butts Day

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Students at Global Concepts Charter High School make a statement about tobacco use on Kick Butts Day by getting into black trash bags to represent body bags as a visual display of the deadly consequences. In front are Spencer Wroblewski, left, and Dailen Jackson. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Video: In Focus: ECC President Jack F. Quinn Jr.

A new study due out in April will likely recommend that Erie Community College build new facilities at both its North and City campuses, President Jack F. Quinn Jr. disclosed. He also talked with The News' Brian Meyer about addressing the skills gap.

Live chat at 10 a.m.: Poloncarz survey discussion with Schulman & Jewell Gee

Mark C. Poloncarz survey: Take the same one sent to area's movers and shakers

Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world's leading questionnaire tool.

Live Blog - West Seneca Town Board - 7 p.m.

The West Seneca Town Board is expected to take action to modify its town code governing firearms in response to a petition from a local developer seeking to construct a 27,000 square foot indoor public shooting range on North America Drive.

The proposal was tabled at last Thursday's meeting of the town's Planning Board after legal counsel advised the body that the town board had exclusive jurisdiction over permitting or prohibiting the use of firearms in the town of West Seneca.

Join T.J. Pignataro, the West Seneca/Cheektowaga reporter for The Buffalo News, who will report live from the West Seneca Town Hall, 1250 Union Road, at 7 p.m. tonight on

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