A pedestrian bridge in the Town of Tonawanda has been shut down for more than 9 months because town officials considered it unsafe
Company representatives met with DEC officials, Monday in Albany, to come up with a remediation plan
Soil and water tests have turned up PCB’s in the storm sewers adjacent to the former General Motors facility
The inventors of the First-N-Ten game are raising money for Carly’s Club and are working to put a new roof on their church.
This year, there are two dozen food trucks taking part in Food Truck Thursdays on a rotating basis.
Labatt USA will be the anchor tenant in the Pegula-owned building at 79 Perry Street, operating its headquarters and new pilot brewery out o…
Many Western New Yorkers are seeing red when they open their bills from Spectrum.
With the medical center’s computer network still offline, ECMC is conducting business the old fashioned way, on paper—no website, no email
Although the old metal plating company, on Rano Street, has been off-limits to the public since it closed in 2008, vandals and neighborhood …
Internet colossus Amazon could owe you some money, if your kids bought stuff using Amazon’s “app” without your permission
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority has come up with a plan to get more people riding on their buses and trains
Western New Yorkers could soon be seeing more brown UPS trucks on the road on the weekend
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal a Federal Communications Commission regulation, last week