Investigations

Exposés, reports
and analysis.

Outrages & Insights

Muckraking blog
by Jim Heaney

GreenPost

Environmental blog
by Dan Telvock

Tom Toles

Editorial cartoons
and commentary

Oct
17

Another politician who isn’t paying his taxes

An elected official in the Town of Alden hasn’t paid his property taxes in more than five years and is in peril of losing his home to foreclosure. Carl E. Fix, highway superintendent for the town, and his wife, Ann, own a home and adjoining vacant lot on Broadway with an assessed value of $72,100. […]

Sep
28

iPost hosting panel on investigative reporting

The economic decline of mainstream news outlets has lead to major cost cutting at newspapers and television stations, limiting their capacity to produce investigative reporting that is vital to our democracy. Yet advances in technology and research provide reporters more tools than ever to produce and distribute their work. Against this backdrop, Investigative Post, a […]

Sep
22

Concerns of a moderate Republican

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs talk politics, downtown development, water authority shenanigans and lease negotiations with the Buffalo Bills.

Sep
12

Jim Heaney talks newspaper paywalls

WBEN Radio 930 interviewed the iPost editor Wednesday about the economics of the newspaper industry as The Buffalo News prepares to start charging for online content.

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Aug
22

“Business reasons” cited for not paying taxes

Aug
22

Lancaster supervisor a tax scofflaw

Aug
19

Louis Grachos interview

The departing Albright-Knox director makes a case for the community helping out the gallery modernize its facilities much like it is expected to do for the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Aug
03

Fired auditor was already on chopping block

City Comptroller Mark Schroeder said Friday he decided a month ago to replace Darryl McPherson as chief city auditor over his conducted related to work issues, but decided to give him time to find another job and conclude several ongoing audits. “All that changed yesterday,” Schroeder said, when he was told by a supervisor in […]