more by Justin Sondel
published on Feb. 27, 2018 8pm
Neighbors and organizers are cautiously optimistic that Buffalo’s Fruit Belt could be the beneficiary of the city’s first land trust.
published on Jan. 23, 2018 4pm
On his radio program last Friday, Common Council President Darius Pridgen announced the city was setting aside Fruit Belt lots for a community land trust.
published on Dec. 12, 2017 5pm
In response to housing report, advocates fear the Brown administration will appease developers and ignore at-risk residents.
published on Sep. 6, 2017 9am
More than two dozen pictures of Gerald Steven Pigeon hang on the walls or rest on the tables and well-stocked bookshelves throughout his lakeside condominium. In most of them he sports a dark suit and brightly colored tie.
published on Sep. 5, 2017 11pm
A complaint asks Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to review a pattern of constitutional and civil rights violations.
published on Jun. 28, 2017 1am
Chris Collins has performed as a Trump surrogate. How is that faring on his home turf?
published on Apr. 26, 2017 12am
Neither emerging scandals nor frustrated lawmakers could derail the governor’s budget priorities.
published on Feb. 8, 2017 12am
Buffalo is not yet a “sanctuary city,” but your neighbors have your back nonetheless.
published on Jan. 24, 2017 5pm
Buffalo residents urge Mayor Byron Brown to reform the police department.