People across the Buffalo Niagara region are working just as they did before the pandemic. But they may be working differently.
University at Buffalo researchers conclude in a recent study that extroverts who thirst most for the company of others found ways to stay happier, even during lockdowns.
Buffalo-based investment firm Lorraine Capital acquired a controlling stake in Summit Steel Fabricating Group.
LECOM is expanding its relationship with Pegula Sports & Entertainment – which runs the operations of the Sabres, Bandits and Bills – by partnering this season with the NFL franchise for the first time.
According to the Persian poet and mystic Rumi, born on this date in 1207, “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”
Advocacy groups gathered Thursday to discuss concerns about the student suspension rate in Buffalo Public Schools.
A Buffalo firefighter fired over his medical marijuana use can proceed with his legal action to get his job back, a state judge ruled Thursday, but the judge declined to immediately reinstate him as he requested.
State Supreme Court Justice Mark A. Montour has been appointed to the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, making him the first Native American named a state appellate judge, Gov. Kathy Hochul's Office announced Thursday.
The state received more than six applications for every license it will hand out in the first round of licensing. That's 903 applicants in all for the 150 Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary licenses it plans to issue.
Eastbound traffic appeared to be at a standstill behind the crash.
A Buffalo man pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony count of attempted criminal sexual act, admitting he grabbed a 14-year-old girl from a bike path in North Buffalo and then attempted to sexually assault her, the Erie County District Attorney's Office said.
The administration's new proposal comes in response to what has been previously reported over the last two years: No other major county in New York pays this kind of overtime to top administrators.
Thanks to remnants of Hurricane Ian, weather forecasts call for a near 100% chance of steady rain in Baltimore for Saturday and a significant chance for lighter rain Sunday.
State officials no doubt hope the funding will provide a boost to WNY's largest health care system, which has posted more than $200 million in pandemic-related losses since 2020.
A Buffalo City Court judge has dismissed all of the remaining charges against New Era Cap Co. CEO Christopher H. Koch that stemmed from a confrontation with his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend outside a North Buffalo restaurant earlier this year.
The principal said this morning that during student arrival, administrators learned about a student with a weapon.
Londarr S. Ward was arraigned Thursday morning in Alden Town Court on a second-degree assault charge in the attack on defense attorney Joseph J. Terranova.
A West Side property owner wants to construct a five-story mixed-use building at the corner of Potomac and Grant streets, bringing 36 affordable and handicapped-accessible apartments to the neighborhood.
“There's good news, but it is coupled with the sobering reality that we have significant problems that linger,” said Brian Smith, associate executive director of Citizens Campaign for the Environment.
An Erie County jury awarded $30 million to an Erie County man who sued a retired Lutheran pastor accused of molesting children.
A new Siena College poll underscores what may prove Lee Zeldin's fundamental problem in the race for governor: He's a Republican in overwhelmingly Democratic New York.
Democrats urged recipients to cite fear of contracting Covid-19 at a polling place as their reason for requesting an absentee ballot and pre-checked this selection on the applications.
Gilbane Building Co. has seen plenty of construction projects over its 150 years. But it's not every day that it has to construct a relatively small building that still has the mechanical and structural capability to handle a two-story, 295-ton press to crush minerals into ceramics powder.
How much of the debt Douglas MacKinnon is offering to pay is unclear – the proposal was not described during a status conference in federal court Monday or in any publicly filed court documents.
A $200,000 grant is helping Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center establish the city's first community-based doula program, hospital officials announced.
The North Tonawanda City Market will mark a banner year with celebration and recognition ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.