BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — As residents warmed up from the coldest February in history in western New York, they geared up to celebrate the upcoming spring.
They did so in style at the St. Patrick’s Day parade, the gallery of which generated quite a bit of traffic on WIVB.com. Thousands showed up for the popular parade, including some of News 4’s own talent. Check out photos from the famous event here.
Another gallery that drew attention was the rare occurrence of the Northern Lights making an appearance in western New York. You can check out shots of the sights here.
Despite the melting snow, it wasn’t all good news in the month of March. The top viewed story of the month centered around what police described as a twisted case.
Four locals faced arrest and charges for the alleged rape of a pre-teen in Cattaraugus County. Those who investigated the case each came away changed, police said.
“Horrendous,” Salamanca Police Chief Troy Westfall said about the acts in question. “It took a toll on all who were part of the investigation.”
All in all, more than 4,700,000 readers visited WIVB.com in March of 2015.