There is more than enough land on the Outer Harbor for people to enjoy nature, go out to eat and listen to music, Kevin Horrigan says.
The problem with many lakes is that the centers are still open, and we have high winds this week. That could take us backwards a little bit, Bill Hilts Jr. says.
With a good old-fashioned lake-effect storm bearing down on Buffalo and to the south, fishing the tributaries, harbors and other areas is going to be difficult.
What fascinated us most though was the presence of a brass spittoon, alongside Pa's chair.
The watch extends through Thursday evening, during which time southwesterly winds gusting to 40 mph will cause lake-effect snow bands to develop off Lake Erie.
Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation has loosed its destructive white elephant of an amphitheater on our Outer Harbor. Its oversized trac…
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Here is a top 10 list of outdoors happenings for 2021 in no specific order, just to reflect that there were some positives this year.
Another blow at mid-week could rile up the Niagara River water again, but we will just have to wait and see what happens, writes Bill Hilts Jr.
Chautauqua County’s portion of Lake Erie presents a tremendous angling opportunity every fall, and not many people know about it. Brock and Ben Windoft of Lakewood were among the few anglers to discover it this past week.
The storm knocked out power to nearly 100,000 in WNY. There were about 1,200 customers in Erie County and nearly 1,400 customers in Niagara County still waiting for power to be restored Monday afternoon.
High winds have been riled up area waterways.
Musky season is open in the lower Niagara River and Lake Ontario until Dec. 15.
State officials on Wednesday announced that they have finalized remediation plans for the 489 acres of contaminated land nearest to the shoreline of the lake.
Some seasons close Nov. 30, but others open Dec. 1.
Buffalo’s Common Council recently approved a special use permit for a $13 million amphitheater on the Outer Harbor that nobody wants. The Erie…
"In an era of increasing incidences of catastrophic storms, leaving vegetation in place along shorelines is critical," Jon Titus and Priscilla Titus said.
It was over half a century ago when I got a call from my great aunt Bonnie asking me if I’d like a part-time job working for a friend of hers…
The final free fishing day of the year in New York is Nov. 11. Take a veteran fishing. Remember to abide by the regulations for the body of water you intend to fish.
If there isn’t too much precipitation, stream fishing should be much better this weekend, Bill Hilts Jr. says.
Craft shows are back, much to the delight of the crafters and consumers, and you don't have to travel too far from Western New York to attend one.
The little steamboat Walk-in-the-Water was a pioneer of Great Lakes navigation, the first steamship to travel Lake Erie, as well as Huron and Michigan. Frontier craftsmen and New York City engineers worked shoulder to shoulder to build her in Black Rock in 1818.
Rain and cooler temperatures are really having a positive impact in the Great Lakes tributaries, and with more of both in the forecast, grab a rod and give it a go.
Joni Mitchell had it dead right when she sang: