The long-awaited reopening of the Buffalo AKG Art Museum will happen as scheduled on June 12, but the three-story, translucent Jeffrey E. Gundlach Building will close a week later for up to a month so remaining work can be completed.
The one-year contract for Bills right tackle Brandon Shell has been filed to the league and it carries a $1.3 million salary cap hit.
A report commissioned by the city and completed by the New York University Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service concluded that the City of Buffalo must improve four areas of impact: roads, utilities, communications and equity.
Dr. Helene Gayle, who is speaking at an event Saturday at UB’s Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, said her experience has taught her that health outcomes are inextricably linked to “economic well-being.”
Whether a record ends up tied or broken on Friday, it will be the last hot day in our region for some time to come.
Jessica Pegula quickly gathered her belongings and marched out of Court Philippe Chatrier after a 6-1, 6-3 loss to Elise Mertens in the third round Friday at the French Open.
Here are highlights from the events throughout June in Buffalo and Niagara County.
The trio gets another chance at a championship Saturday at KeyBank Center in a decisive Game 3 against the Colorado Mammoth. Faceoff is at 7:30 p.m.
A 15-year-old was charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the fatal shooting of Morrell Buster Jr.
The Natick, Mass., store had been the first of its kind for Wegmans, with two stories over 134,000 square feet.
Track work on the west side of Main at Mohawk Street is expected to begin in August.
The 22nd Decorators Show House, the St. Patrick's Friary House, will be open to the public at 102 Seymour St., in Larkinville from June 3-24. The 20,070-square-foot Gothic Revival-style friary was built in 1891 in Buffalo's Hydraulics District.
As Erie County works to complete its final purchase of another 90 acres of land at the former Bethlehem Steel site in Lackawanna, officials want to relocate more than 19,000 feet of railroad tracks, bridges and other facilities.
Ahead of another busy summer, News Sabres writers Mike Harrington and Lance Lysowski answer several notable questions in our latest Sabres roundtable.
Ryan O'Halloran: To hear Bills tell it, Ed Oliver's final chance to earn long-term deal starts with introspection
The Bills’ defense, in their current form, shouldn’t expect Oliver to be a 10-sack, 60-tackle player. But they should expect him to be more of a difference maker, O'Halloran says.
Historically Black colleges and universities, which had seen giving from foundations decline in recent decades, lately are benefiting from an increase in gifts, particularly from corporations and corporate foundations.
President Biden was joined by first lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Harris’ husband, Douglas Emhoff, for the 155th National Memorial Day Observance.
The murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police was three years ago today. In the time since, little progress has been made on police reform.
It's a phenomenon known as performance crime. Police departments in a dozen cities have said it factors into an increase they've seen in juveniles arrested or charged with car thefts.
A year after the May 14 racist massacre at Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue, the Buffalo community is still reeling and healing. Here are our stories, photos, video and opinions about the legacy of the 10 lives lost on that sorrowful day and the response and resiliency of the City of Good Ne…
Over the first four months and six days of this year, 115 people have died in 22 mass killings — an average of one mass killing a week.
After decades of steady improvement, the death rate of America’s children and teens shot up between 2019 and 2021 — and COVID-19 wasn’t the reason. Gun-related deaths represented the largest share of the increase.
Looking back at 2022's weather with months of analysis, the World Meteorological Organization said last year really was as bad as it seemed when people were muddling through it. And about as bad as it gets — until more warming kicks in.
Move over "Dick and Jane." A different approach to teaching kids how to read is on the rise.
Sudanese are huddling in their homes for a third straight day as the army and a powerful rival force fight in the streets for control of the country. Here's a look at how Sudan, a country with a long history of coups, reached this point and what's at stake.
Last year it was Uvalde. Now it's Nashville and Louisville. For the second year in a row, the National Rifle Association is holding its annual convention within days of mass shootings that shook the nation.
The deadline to file your taxes is fast approaching. If you find the process too confusing, there are plenty of free resources to help you get through it.
Experts believe STDs have been rising because of declining condom use, inadequate sex education and reduced testing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what doctors are doing to change that.
The outlook for the world economy this year has dimmed in the face of chronically high inflation, rising interest rates and uncertainties resulting from the collapse of two big American banks.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Buffalo News.
The Niagara Intermediate/Novice Sectional continues today Saturday, June 3, in the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre, 14 Anderson Lane, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., and concludes Sunday, June 4. It’s limited to players with fewer than 750 master points. For more info, click this link.
This week's local crime and court updates from The Buffalo News.
These are some of the most luxurious homes on the Buffalo market.
Check out our favorite MLB bets for Friday including picks for Yankees vs. Dodgers and a Shohei Ohtani player prop.
Check out our weekly listing of events for outdoor enthusiasts.
FrontPageBets takes a look at drivers to watch as the green flag drops on the NASCAR Cup Series Enjoy Illinois 300 on Sunday from just outside of St. Louis.
Lake Shore/Silver Creek beats Hamburg for Section VI Class C boys lacrosse title; East Aurora wins Class D title
The Lake Shore/Silver Creek Eagles scored the winning goal late and held on to beat the Hamburg Bulldogs 8-7, clinching the Eagles’ third straight Class C title at West Seneca West High School on Thursday.
Judge Bryan Biedscheid has approved the settlement agreement between Alec Baldwin and the family of Halyna Hutchins.
Maybe Robert De Niro can be the godfather to Al Pacino's baby?
Spirits company Diageo is being sued by the rapper for allegedly failing to market his tequila, DeLeón, as much as it markets other white-owned brands.
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