Seneca Nation

Seneca elections roiled by suspicions of corruption at gaming corporation

Barely a month after six-term former President Barry E. Snyder, Sr. was snubbed by the Seneca Party, a dominant force in Seneca politics that he once controlled, rumors are swirling that the Buffalo field office of the FBI has been looking

District Attorney

Flaherty still working hard, despite primary loss

BY TONY FARINA Acting District Attorney Michael Flaherty may have lost the Democratic primary last month to Tonawanda Town Attorney John Flynn, but he’s still carrying out his duties as the county’s top prosecutor with no letup in the hectic

Town

Politicians are engaging in unseemly pay raises

BY PAUL WOLF, ESQ In a 2015 Buffalo News article about high earning government employees, Amherst Town Supervisor Barry Weinstein stated that “It is unseemly to raise your own salary”. Unfortunately, there seems to be a trend of unseemly pay