A restaurant in East Aurora closed its doors after the owner said he couldn’t afford to pay a higher minimum wage.
After having 17 puppies and still taking care of the farm a dog owner calls his Sheepdog a “Champ”.
The National Retail Federation says the more Americans than ever plan to save with 49 percent planning on saving that tax refund check.
Jim Scanlan told his story to the Boston Globe and was a key figure in helping reporters expose the truth.
Officials say the odds of giving birth to a leap year baby are one in 1,461.
The only adult who was on the boat the night a teenage girl was killed is facing the most serious charges of his long criminal past.
Once the inside is furnished, the Lodge at River Fest Park will feature food, refreshments and a view of the Buffalo River for all to enjoy.
Investigation uncovered the driver sped down Mendola before crashing into a tree.
On February 9, health officials conducted what they called a “routine inspection” of the kitchen, and wrote it up for 4 violations.
NYS owes $82 million to contractors, which have fronted paychecks for months
The team had hoped to land a second-round pick for McGinn, an unrestricted free agent whose return was difficult to guarantee.
Prof. Arun Vishwanath says for the average user, this is a First Amendment fight.
John Rooney says he is closing the Medici House on Main and Riley Street in East Aurora due to the wage hike.
Continuing investigation led officials to file more charges
Bills and Sabres fans are some of the most dedicated in the sports world, standing by even when the teams continue losing.
Immaculata Academy is the latest school to announce it will soon close its doors forever.
In addition to banning Lloyd from those contracting services, Lloyd agreed to pay $40,000 in restitution to his victims.