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Submissions to Catches of the Week can be emailed to and should include name, hometown and particulars of the catch. One photo will be selected as Catch of the Week and be published on the Thursday Outdoors page.

Western New York is a beautiful place – and each day, Buffalo News photographers will bring you a photo to prove it. Our challenge is to look at things differently, to remind us all to slow down and enjoy our surroundings. Check back each morning to see our favorite image for the day. View the images in full screen for the most impact. – Cathaleen Curtiss, director of…

"Silo City" was the name given to this Buffalo architectural treasure by its current owner, Rick Smith. It consists of three grain elevator silo buildings - the Perot Malting Elevator, the American Elevator and the Marine "A" Elevator - and other obsolete plants situated on Childs Street along the Buffalo River near downtown Buffalo. The historic facilities have a rich pas…

Area foodies are all smiles during the Food Truck Tuesday at Larkin Square Tuesday, May 23. Dozens of trucks lined the walkways of the iconic Hydraulic District destination. The event runs every Tuesday through October 3rd with a 5 p.m. start time.

The week in pictures highlights news, entertainment and sports images taken by Buffalo News photographers, providing a visual recap for the week of May 15-21, 2017.

The WNY Women's Foundation held a celebration on Monday, May 22, 2017, recognizing speaker Teresa C. Younger, the president and CEO of the Ms. Foundation for Women. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and an after-party catered by Delaware North.

Wine and baseball were the focus of Bases Merlot-ed, a cleverly named event that introduced attendees to a variety of local wines as the Bisons took on the Pawtucket Red Sox on Saturday, May 20, 2017.