Each week Buffalo News photographers bring you a visual recap of the former week through pictures. Highlights of news, entertainment and sports. We hope you enjoy a second look at our favorite photographs and stories from the week.
A malnourished bald eagle, which was found Wednesday, in an Evans back yard is being treated at the SPCA of Erie County in Tonawanda. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)
We Rock the Spectrum Buffalo Southtown Kids Gym at 6950 Erie Road in Derby is for children of all abilities. Alex Henry, left, and Nolan Trzesniewski, both 2, triy the platform swing. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) See more.
Kindergarten-age children in the Orchard Park Central School District got a chance to take a practice ride on a new school bus and learn safety practices in preparation for the new school year. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) See more.
A view of the Ellicott Square Building's signature grand concourse. The Ellicott Company commissioned architect Daniel H. Burnham of Chicago in 1895 to design what they referred to as an "office block" in downtown Buffalo. The building is 144 feet tall. Ellicott Square comprises the entire city block between Main Street and Washington Street. The 10-story Italian Renaissance-style office building was the largest office building in the world when it was completed in 1896. (Derek Gee/ Buffalo News) See more.
Tourists and visitors to Niagara Falls ride The Whirlpool Aero Car, or Spanish Aero Car, as it moves above the Whirlpool Rapids of the Lower Niagara River in Niagara Falls , Ontario. The Aero Car is celebrating its 100th anniversary. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) Read more.
People snap photos of the new statue of Lucille Ball in the Lucille Ball Memorial Park in Celoron. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News) Read more.
Walmart maintenance worker Tim McMeekin, right, looks at a culvert that accesses the storm drains under a Walmart parking lot in Amherst, where police found and closed a suspected meth lab. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) Read more.
Firefighters hose down the property of High Tread International, 24 hours after the four-alarm blaze was reported. Fire departments from all over Niagara County fought the blaze with relief companies. Hundreds of people were evacuated from the surrounding neighborhood. A coroner's report will determine if a body found in the ruins is that of Joe Phillips, who sources say made a desperate call to a friend from inside the burning building. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) Read more.
Vietnam Navy veteran Cordell Porter found a nice quiet place to fish. Volunteers from the Elma Conservation Club on Creek Road, treated disabled veterans from the Buffalo and Batavia Veterans Hospitals to a day of fishing and a picnic style barbecue at their facility and pond. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News) Read more.
Spending a night at the car races is experiencing a piece of Americana. Holland Motorsports Complex has been around since 1960 and provides an entertaining night out for the entire family. This pace car driven by Sandy Tedesco is ahead of the charger class cars, as they group together right before the start. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) Read more.
Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan signs autographs after a scrimmage at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford. (James P. McCoy/ Buffalo News) Read more at BNblitz.
Lyric Wallenda performs with the Circus Incredible at the 177th Erie County Fair. The fair opened Wednesday, August 10 and continues through Sunday, August 21. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News) Take the Fair Guide with you.
The 177th Erie County Fair opened on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016. One of the main attractions is the assortment of fair food. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) Read more.
Charlie the tightrope walking dog performs in the Mutts Gone Nuts show at the 177th Erie County Fair. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News) Read more.
Ellicott Creek in Williamsville is very shallow, as the area drought continues. (John Hickey/Buffalo News) Read more.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Licata, former UB quarterback, walks to the practice field. (Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Read more.
A worker performs routine maintenance to the Ferris wheel in Kiddieland at the 177th Erie County Fair. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News) Read more.