It will be another busy weekend with the opening of bass and Great Lakes musky.
Here and throughout the United States, businesses are creating jobs – and profits – by expressing publicly their commitment to reducing climat…
The Southtowns Walleye Association’s Walleye Derby starts Saturday.
I recall reading an article in The Buffalo News several years ago about the amount of raw sewage that enters Lake Erie annually. It stated, th…
Buffalo has never fully appreciated its gift of being located on a body of water through which 20% of the world’s fresh water flows, adjacent…
The National Weather Service warns against hazardous driving conditions due to the low visibility and advises drivers to slow down, use their headlights and leave plenty of distance in front of them.
Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation wants to build an amphitheater and jam huge crowds on to the regenerating park on our Outer Harbor. …
"The first round of scattered showers will arrive late Wednesday and increase in coverage overnight," writes Don Paul.
It is important to plan for the weekend of June 18-20 if you are a fisherman out of Buffalo.
These are the “good old days” when it comes to walleye fishing and it's a good time to give fishing a try, according to Bill Hilts Jr.
Good fishing continues around Western New York for a variety of species, and you can add inland musky to the long list of options starting Saturday.
"Memorial Day will be the mildest of the three days, with full sun and readings getting back to seasonable low 70s," writes Don Paul.
Thursday’s record 90-degree high was reached exceptionally late in the day, at 6:21 pm. This 90 was the earliest Buffalo has exceeded 89 degre…
The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corp. wants to convert the long-vacant Terminal B building at Buffalo's Outer Harbor into a new outdoor events center.
"Our warming turnaround will figuratively pick up a little steam this week, minus the steam," writes Don Paul.
Fishing contests are filling the angling calendar, taking advantage of some great spring fishing action when Mother Nature cooperates.
Giving boaters and fishermen a reliable safe harbor requires a plan and the money to implement it, the Editorial Board says.
"The real threat to the Great Lakes is the continued use of coal, fracking gas and nuclear power," writes Bob Ciesielski.
Spring walleye action has started, too, but Mother Nature has not been kind.
Walleye, northern pike, pickerel and tiger musky (inland) seasons open Saturday and the salmon are snapping on Lake Ontario.
My 80th birthday is coming to meet me. It seems to be in an unseemly hurry to get there ahead of me. If good fortune and God’s impenetrable pl…