Tuesday, Buffalo will host an open house on developing brownfields, giving residents an opportunity to weigh in on the future of city’s industrial past.
In Tonawanda and North Tonawanda, they’re marking Earth Day with a canal clean up. It’s part of a statewide initiative to beautify the whole canal system.
The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office says 79-year-old Paul Raymond Maddex of Colden died Monday after the motorcycle he was riding went off the road and into a ditch on Connoisarally Road in the Town of East Otto.
Jamestown native Matt Levesque beat his goal time by two and a half minutes during his first marathon in Boston this year.
The manager from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2010 campaign is returning to lead his re-election bid, the New York State Democratic Committee announced Monday.
Camp Road is open Tuesday morning, following a serious accident. A woman was struck by a vehicle, and paramedics rushed her to the hospital. Police investigators are trying to figure out what caused the crash.
A man who escaped Buffalo Police custody at the Erie County Medical Center has turned himself into authorities.
News 4′s annual “Gowns 4 Prom” dress distribution began Monday at Shea’s Performing Arts Center. Local high school girls are choosing from hundreds of donated dresses for their big night.
Mike Evans, who is expected to go in the top 15 of the first round of the NFL draft, is in Buffalo Monday night, talking to members of the Bills.
In some cases, drivers may not have paid the original ticket. But Paul Fox, Jr. of West Seneca thought it was already taken care of when he got two old tickets that are 20 years old in the mail.
One of four men accused in the brutal murders of a southern tier couple has accepted a plea deal.
Twenty-five entries were submitted from schools, clubs, and libraries out of Erie and Niagara counties with the theme: “Rainwater is a resource, not just runoff.”