Born in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Western New York, Ed Nice has had a passion for music and radio since he was a young kid running through the house with a boombox and a microphone. Ed started his career as a professional DJ in the early in 1990's as the DJ at several Buffalo nightclubs while he was still in High School. After entering college, Ed has been a staple in the northeast nightclub scene for nearly 30 years. There are only a few things that Ed loves more than music, which happen to be his two sons, whiskey, baseball, and the Green Bay Packers.
Winter Has Many Wondering Where’s The Snow In New York State
To say that it's been an odd winter would be an understatement.
Kensington Project To Move Forward Despite Neighbors Objections
Even after a majority of the people in the area being against the project as its currently envisioned, New York is determined to move forward.
The East Buffalo Homeowner Assistance Fund Is Available To Help
Homeowners in East Buffalo who need help with mortgage payments, delinquent taxes, or other home expenses may be eligible for some additional assistance.
Town Accused of Violating Voting Rights In Western New York
The official complaint was filed by a resident and is being scheduled for a hearing.
Community Groups Demand Help With Housing Quality in Buffalo, NY
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While some areas of the country has seen rents stabilize or even fall, that is not the case in the 716
Frightened Sheriff’s Deputy Opens Fire On Vehicle and Unarmed Man
I'm sure this isn't the reaction that an average person would expect if an acorn fell near them.
Monumental Minimum Wage Hike Proposed By Congresswoman
The minimum wage has been part of some big debates over the years and if Congress has it's way, it's going to increase by a whole lot.
Community Forum To Discuss Medicaid Funding In New York State
The Empire State spend a lot of money on health insurance, but not all of it goes where it's needed.
5 Best Gifts To Give Your Side Piece After Valentine’s Day In WNY
Just in case you need a few ideas of what to give the person who is there for you in ways that someone else isn't.
5 Places To Go With Your Other Boo After Valentine’s Day In WNY
What's better than spending the day showering your number one boo with love? How about showering your number two boo with love.
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It's hard being single, but it's especially difficult on Single Awareness Day, check this out if you need a few distractions.