Republicans running for Amherst supervisor and Town Board will have another, potentially pivotal ballot line in November's election if a state judge's decision in their favor is upheld on appeal.
Amherst has slashed the assessment on the J.C. Penney store at the Boulevard Mall by 62.6% to settle a legal challenge.
The race for Amherst town justice has heated up as Tuesday's primary nears, with the contestants and their allies trading allegations of conflicts of interest and ethical violations in their campaigns.
The Town of Amherst has lowered the value of the Boulevard Mall by 59% to settle a challenge brought by property owner Douglas Jemal.
The Amherst Town Board continues to meet online without in-person attendance, a rule that limits public input on major policy questions, town …
Board members denied a request by Forbes Capretto Homes to rezone 1.44 acres of vacant land at 468 Harding Road, just west of Transit Road, for the project.
Board members reviewed and approved the site plan for the 163,200-square-foot structure and determined the project would not significantly harm the environment.
DMG Investments said that the project isn't financially viable without the requested property, sales and mortgage recording tax breaks.
The IDA board voted to approve the tax incentives proposed for the Muir Woods property with little discussion and with no opposition Friday.
Scott P. Chamberlin is poised to take over as Amherst's new police chief.
A few months ago, Amherst Supervisor Brian Kulpa and the Amherst Town Board voted to sell acres of land to UBMD for a medical center and a hug…
"I don't know that there is a more professional chief of police or department head in all of Western New York," Amherst Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa said.
Hours before Town Board Democrats backed a tentative agreement guiding nearly $300 million of proposed development in central Amherst, town Re…
A $300 million development in Amherst that involves an unprecedented public/private land swap that could reshape a vast section of the town is one step closer to becoming reality.
"It's a remarkable scenario to get to this complicated of a transaction and have all the parts start to fill in," Amherst Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa said Wednesday.
Amherst residents will pay sharply higher property taxes in 2021, but not quite as much as originally proposed.
The stakes are high this year in the race for the 61st District, which covers urban, suburban and rural communities.
The sheriff's chief of administration has acknowledged that some protest overtime was improperly billed to the Covid-19 response account.
This project is the launching point for an ambitious redevelopment of the town’s athletic fields and Audubon Golf Course – and the transformation of the former Westwood Country Club into a nature park.