Delaware North will own and operate the Westin brand’s first hotel in the region.
New companies are setting up shop with help from New York State, and 11 of them are creating jobs in western New York.
Eighty percent of Americans said their money goes to food for parties.
A Lackawanna man is accused of having drugs in his vehicle overnight, when he was parked alongside a closed business in Dunkirk.
Western New Yorkers are snapping photos of the beautiful sunrise, Thursday morning.
The owners of the popular food truck plan to open a restaurant on Hertel Avenue, near Sterling Avenue.
The Bills are donating 20 cans of soup for every tackle that players made over the season.
Police say a man was charged with three felonies after he attempted to make an inflated claim to his insurance company.
Nikita Zadorov’s suspension is over, but he will not return to the lineup Thursday night at Edmonton.
The Park School continues to impress, topping St. Joe’s Wednesday night 77-67.
A local hospital cited economic reasons for the announcement of nearly 600 layoffs.
Williamsville North track and cross country star Patrick Crowley is one of the News 4 Sports Scholar Athletes for the month of January. Crow…
Troopers say a woman they pulled over couldn’t stay in the right lane, and when she was pulled over, she ran into a snow bank.
A Buffalo man could have to pay up to $5 million when he’s sentenced in May for crack cocaine charges.
Police say they responded to the 8700 block of Niagara Falls Boulevard around 6:30 p.m. to aid a pedestrian who was hit by a vehicle.
Work began Wednesday on a project that the City of Buffalo said could breathe new life into the old AM&A building.
Business officials, parents and teachers are calling for the release of figures which would help school districts plan their budgets.