- HIGGS: First Baptist Church continues to grow We continue with a look inside the current building known as the First Baptist Church at Fourth & Main Streets since 1901.
- GLYNN: Army Corps' boat named for surveyor A sleek new hi-tech survey boat added to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Buffalo District fleet bears a family name whose roots run deep to the 1700s.
- SINGER: Still remembering Kennedy The JFK tragedy was ultra-commemorated for its 50th anniversary, and you might think me vain to offer my belated two cents worth in this realm. What more can one say about the man, the era, and the tragedy that hasnâ€™t already been said?
- LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Pair really do rise above Dear Mainland Browsers -- Two newsmakers we can look up to, literally.
- HAMILTON: Fool us once, shame on you; but fool us always? Many, if not most of the kids that attended the old Beech Avenue School back in the 1960s can remember the day that young Tommy Carter arrived there.
- TOM'S CORNER: Winter gives way to spring in the car world The Gazette has partnered with local automotive expert Tom Torbjornsen to publish his weekly national column. Tom's Corner will appear in Thursday's editions.
- GLYNN: Historical Tours set for this spring in state park Before longtime local resident Tom Yots moved to Buffalo, he often walked daily around Prospect Park and Goat Island. With the dog at his side, visitors assumed correctly that he lived in the area and undoubtedly could answer a question or two.
DELUCA: Florida man drawn to the iced falls
I took a call in the news room last week that had me shaking my head.
- BRADBERRY: Desperately seeking signs of spring, PLEASE! Finally, at this long winter's end comes spring. But unlike Carl Sandburg's fog, arriving silently "on little cat feet", spring can "Come in like a lion and go out like a lamb", so say some.
- CONFER: State's foot-dragging aggravates our energy woes I don't have to tell you that it's been a miserable winter in the northeast. We've been battered by an array of winter storms, from Polar Vortices to blizzards, and a seemingly endless barrage of below-average temperatures.
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