This week in pictures is a visual highlight of stories covered by Buffalo News photographers, like the story of Paige Colebeck, the Amherst baby who entered the world on the side of the road. We photographed the Kerfuffle concert, Kingdom Bound, Shakespeare in the Park and polo. James Karagiannis, whose ice cream cart business in Buffalo brings cool treats to the underserved, continues to get worldwide attention. Derek Gee wrapped up his week covering events outside the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia, where he found Mayor Byron Brown and Vermont senator Sen. Bernie Sanders. In sports we brought you the Porter Cup and covered the Bisons. We also provided you a closer look at Parkside Candy, Sanger Farms and the Old Mill in Williamsville.
People play mini golf in front of M&T Bank headquarters on Main Street in Buffalo. The free mini golf was offered as a promotion for the Porter Cup, which was held at Niagara Falls Country Club. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Kathy Barnes, right, stops to greet Amanda and Matthew Colebeck and their newborn daughter Paige on the spot where she was born last Friday on Park Club Lane in Williamsville. Barnes stopped to help the couple with blankets and support when baby Paige arrived before her parents could make it to the Birthing Center. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read More about the baby who just wouldn't wait.
Boats at Delaware Park's Hoyt Lake wait out a light rain fall, as thunderstorms swept through the area. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) See more.
Britney Waite enjoys a milkshake and a book at Parkside Candy on Main Street in Buffalo. The classic shop will be restored to its former glory thanks in part to a Buffalo Billion grant. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Will Long hits his second shot on the ninth hole during round three of the Porter Cup at the Niagara Falls Country Club on Friday. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) See more.
Sen. Bernie Sanders leaves the stage after addressing DNC delegates from New York during the New York delegation breakfast at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, PA. (Derek Gee/ Buffalo News) See More.
Kerfuffle Concert at Canalside draws a big crowd as nine bands took the stage, Saturday. AWOLNation performs. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) Read more about Kerfuffle in Jeff Miers report.
People meet the horses during the Knox Memorial Cup polo match at Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora Saturday. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) See more photos.
Shakespeare in the Park's Zev Steinberg, left, Christopher Hatch, right who plays Petruchio, and other cast members rehearse "The Taming of the Shrew" in Delaware Park Tuesday. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Bisons' Drew Hutchison throws a pitch in the first inning at Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo, NY. (James P. McCoy/ Buffalo News) See more.
Kingdom Bound Festival, the Christian music, arts and ministry festival celebrated its 30th year at Darien Lake. National worship singer songwriter Paul Baloche leads worship in the worship tent. (SharonCantillon/Buffalo News) See more.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, the New York State DNC chairman, mingles with guests attending the Eleanor Roosevelt Conference Committee event at El Vez in Philadelphia, PA. (Derek Gee/ Buffalo News) Read more.
Kye Small, Hula-Hoops as Slightly Stoopid performs at Artpark on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read review.
A young girl shakes the hand of a Philadelphia Police officer outside the Convention Center in Philadelphia. (Derek Gee/ Buffalo News ) See more.
Sandra Tuck, shown with her famous butter tarts, operates Sanger Farm in Youngstown with husband, Mike, and their children. The farm recently added nature trails and a cafe to expand the business for the next generation. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.
James Karagiannis, known as " James the Ice Cream Cycle Dude" has become a worldwide celebrity. A German film crew followed him this week as he sold ice cream in Shoshone Park on Tuesday. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read update.
The historic Williamsville Mill building is now officially owned by Howard and Tara Cadmus, owners of Sweet Jenny's. The Old Water Mill is on Spring Street off Main Street in Williamsville. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) Read more.
A woman waves a flag as police stand watch outside the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia's Roosevelt Park, while Hillary Clinton speaks inside. (Photo by Derek Gee) Read more.