If you run out of flour today or want to do some in-person Black Friday shopping tomorrow, here's who is open and when.
The Buffalo News begins its endorsements in 2021 election campaigns today, focusing on the Amherst supervisor’s race and District 9 of the Eri…
"The biggest problem is we have one-party rule in Amherst," Town Board challenger Daniel J. Rider said. "We have no public discussion of anything."
Amherst has slashed the assessment on the J.C. Penney store at the Boulevard Mall by 62.6% to settle a legal challenge.
A $12.3 million complex providing 46 units of affordable housing for people 55 and older has opened near the Boulevard Mall in Amherst.
Laux Sporting Goods, owned by the same family since its founding in 1921, was sold to partners Oleksiy Chaukin and Boris Leshchinskiy, co-owners of Dip 'N Dive.
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 …
Western New York will still get its first L.L. Bean store, but it's headed for the Boulevard shopping plaza in Amherst rather than the former Northtown Plaza.
Selfie WRLD's first New York location will open May 8 in the Boulevard Mall in Amherst.
The West Virginia-based chain has chosen the former Sears at Boulevard Mall for its third store in the local market.
Jemal has inserted himself into virtually every major troubled real estate situation in the city and even its largest suburb.
"Jemal’s vision seems to know no bounds," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Developer Douglas Jemal's interest in the Richardson Olmsted Campus goes far beyond the three buildings occupied by Hotel Henry.
The developer said he'll do this for the couples regardless of whether he takes over operations of the hotel on the Richardson Olmsted Campus site.
Through a combination of grit and determination, mixed with hands-on creativity and unbridled confidence in what he is doing, Jemal has taken on the biggest real estate challenges facing not only Buffalo but also one of its largest suburbs.
Making his 2021 re-election bid official, Kulpa, an architect and urban planner, was serving as Williamsville mayor when he won election as Amherst supervisor in 2017.
I strive for five miles every time I head out, yet sometimes life, work, the unforeseen, and prime-time football can prevent that, Ricky Warnes said.
It's hard to tell how the retail economy will begin to shake out in 2021, but we do know that several companies have already announced they will trim stores.
"People are thanking us over and over," the mall's general manager said. "They're saying, 'This is just what I needed to see with everything that's going on.' "
The Washington developer Douglas Jemal wanted a larger house here because he's spending so much time in Buffalo and wants to host his family.
Thanks to Covid safety measures, Santa will be checking his temperature as well as his list this year as malls try to find ways to keep him and kids healthy.
While the Boulevard, Eastern Hills and McKinley malls struggled with tenant departures, dismal consumer traffic and plummeting sales, the Galleria thrived and grew. And then Covid-19 hit.
Douglas Jemal wants the mall's assessment slashed by 77% and the supermarket's cut by 58%, at least temporarily, and pointed to the economic toll taken by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid-19 safety measures have changed how customers experience the mall.