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Max Faery


Lockport, NY, United States

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Past articles by Max:

Expert analysis: Assessing concern for regional banks in wake of historic bank failures

The Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and Signature Bank both collapsed last weekend and were taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The situations that surround them have arisen partly due as a result of their clientele. → Read More

Another converter stolen off a local food pantry truck

The Resurrection Life Food Pantry was dismayed to find two catalytic converters stolen off their trucks and sadly, this is not the first time. → Read More

Discussion continues in Buffalo Common Council with regards to a potential eviction moratorium

Discussions continued in the Buffalo Common Council chambers during a Community Development Committee meeting regarding Councilmember Rasheed Wyatt’s proposal to place a 6-month eviction moratorium in some area codes in the City of Buffalo. → Read More

A Lenten staple: Fish Fry season in Western NY

Lenten season also means that the fish fry season is upon us. Churches, fire halls and restaurants have been preparing by buying extra fresh haddock, preparing the coleslaw and getting the batter just right for the weekly Friday fish frenzy. → Read More

Damar Hamlin speaks following recovery during Good Morning America interview

Buffalo Bill Damar Hamlin opens up about his ‘remarkable’ recovery after his collapse on the field. Not only did Hamlin attend Super Bowl LVIII this week, he also sat down with Michael Strahan and Good Morning America to talk about his cardiac → Read More

Buffalo Common Council approves fleet manager and emergency coordinator positions

The Buffalo Common Council approved this Tuesday the hiring of both an emergency coordinator or Homeland Security coordinator, as favored by the council, and a fleet manager, as recommended by Mayor Byron Brown and his administration. → Read More

Expert analysis: Earthquake engineer provides details of latest earthquake in WNY

Many people around Western New York heard a loud boom and were shook awake early this morning due to an earthquake measuring 3.8 in magnitude, making it one of the strongest earthquakes to hit Buffalo in the last 40 years. → Read More

Fiber-optic internet is coming to North Tonawanda

Resident of North Tonawanda will now have more variety in internet providers as Greenlight Networks will be expanding their high-speed fiber-optic network services to the city. → Read More

A look inside the annual Buffalo Auto Show

Calling all car enthusiasts! The annual Buffalo Auto Show is back at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center with the newest in automotive technology from all your favorite car manufacturers. → Read More

Erie County announces the return of WinterFest

Families will enjoy live animal shows, entertainment, crafts, winter sports demonstrations, nature education presentations from the Erie County Rangers on Sunday, February 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m at Chestnut Ridge Park. WinterFest Orchard Park → Read More

Darius Pridgen to not seek re-election on Buffalo Common Council

Buffalo Common Council President Darius Pridgen will not seek re-election once his term in office is up at the end of the year. Pridgen has served as the Ellicott District representative for 12 years in the council. Read more here: → Read More

Local medical analysis: Amazon offers unlimited prescription medications for Prime members at $5 a month

Amazon continues to make large waves in the pharmaceutical space by offering RxPass, which offers patients access to commonly prescribed generic medications to their Prime members at a cost of $5 a month. → Read More

Hochul stands firm on natural gas deadlines as restaurant industry raises the heat

During a stop in Buffalo over the weekend, WBEN asked New York Governor Kathy Hochul if the deadlines for the phasing out of natural gas energy and appliances she outlined in her State of the State address would hold firm. → Read More

Erie County legislators deliberate resolution opposing ban of natural gas heating in NYS

The Erie County Legislautre’s republican caucus is speaking out in opposition to the potential state ban on natural gas heating and appliances. → Read More

Syracuse judge strikes mandate for health care workers; unvaccinated healthcare workers return?

Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - A state Supreme Court judge in Syracuse ruled in favor of overturning New York’s statewide mandate requiring health care workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on Friday. → Read More

In-depth: University at Buffalo addresses the nursing shortage

Healthcare workers are vital, they save lives everyday and work very long and hard hours. Now, the world is in the midst of a nursing shortage and the University at Buffalo is proactively looking to recruit more nurses into their program and address → Read More

"PanchoPacks" for Buffalo children in need

As the Buffalo Bills make their playoff push, M&T Bank alongside The Teacher’s Desk in Buffalo have launched their week-long initiative this Monday to pack thousands of backpacks for children in need. → Read More

The Buffalo Community: Coping with trauma

Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - Western New Yorkers and the Buffalo community have been subjected to some serious adversity last year and now, the beginning of 2023. → Read More

Stadium reaction after scary collapse from Bills safety Damar Hamlin during Monday game

Buffalo Bills safety, 24-year-old Damar Hamlin, collapsed on the field during the Monday night football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in the first quarter, inducing worry and fear for fans watching at home and especially in the stadium. → Read More

Tonawanda golf dome down by storm; The GRILL and Sportzone open

Tonawanda, N.Y. (WBEN) - Both local golf domes came down as a result of the Buffalo Blizzard, one on Wehrle in Williamsville and the other being the Paddock Chevrolet Golf Dome in Tonawanda. → Read More