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Longtime Cheektowaga family favorite, Mr. Bill's Restaurant & Bar at 1500 Cleveland Drive still delivers reliable satisfaction.

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Longtime Cheektowaga family favorite, Mr. Bill's Restaurant & Bar at 1500 Cleveland Drive still delivers reliable satisfaction.

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Western New York finally gets a breather as cleanup efforts continue, and life starts its return trip to normal.

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After two days of continual dumping at the Central Terminal in Buffalo, there is a mountain of snow that is getting larger by the hour, Friday, November 21, 2014.

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For three days, parts of Buffalo were paralyzed by heavy snow. Across the county, driving bans were implemented. There was even an overnight walking ban in South Buffalo, beginning Thursday night and ending Friday morning. Now, with a big melt and anticipated flooding ahead, Western New Yorkers rush to shovel themselves of their snow-covered abodes.

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As Western New York tried to dig out before more snow arrives, residents and roofs begin to feel the weight of the bad weather.

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Periods of blue skies were rare, then gone altogether, as a lake-effect band settled over Hamburg on Thursday morning and into the afternoon.

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Lake effect snow continued to pound Hamburg on Thursday afternoon. Whiteout conditions did not stop residents from clearing off roofs, driveways or volunteering to deliver prescriptions.

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In the midst of the second lake-effect storm of the week, with five feet of snow in some places and more falling, communities attempt to dig out.

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More snowfall hit Hamburg overnight as the accumulation from the "Knife" storm continued in the village. Here is a look at it from a walk through some downtown streets.

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Three days into Winter Storm Knife, Western New Yorkers have begun to dig out of their homes, and some have been able to walk through their neighborhoods. Still, there's more snow on the way.