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Arts and crafts retailer A.C. Moore’s lone Western New York store won’t stay vacant for long. Benderson Development Co., the real estate developer that owns the 23,028-square-foot store building at McKinley Plaza in Hamburg, confirmed Monday that Moore’s national rival Michaels Companies will be taking over the lease. When it opens this summer, the company will join an existing

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The Niagara Falls man accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend at the McKinley Mall was arraigned Monday on a charge of second-degree murder, the Erie County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. Keith Sparks, 44, was arraigned before Erie County Court Judge Susan Eagan. Prosecutors allege that on Sept. 25 at approximately 2 p.m., Sparks fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend, 38-year-old Mallicia

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Dr. Todd Shatkin, a cosmetic dentist and Amherst businessman who launched a mini-dental implant laboratory, has acquired an 11,000-square-foot office building  on a dead-end court down the street from his own East Amherst home. Shatkin, co-owner of Aesthetic Associates and Shatkin First, paid $1.46 million through Shatkin Land Development Co. to purchase the 2.5-acre property at 17 Beresford Court.

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A woman was fatally stabbed this afternoon in the Sears store at McKinley Mall, said Hamburg Police Chief Gregory Wickett. Police and paramedics administered first aid to the victim, who they found alive but unconscious, but were not able save her, Wickett said. Police were looking for a male assailant, who fled the store by car. Authorities believe the

The McKinley Mall will not open until noon Thursday due to a fire in the storage room in the New York & Co. store. No one was hurt in the fire, according to Town of Hamburg Emergency Services Manager Sean Crotty. New York & Co. will be closed indefinitely; other nearby stores were affected, Crotty said. The cause of the

The Bon-Ton department store in the McKinley Mall was evacuated Tuesday night because of a small electrical fire, according to Hamburg police. Volunteer firefighters were dispatched to the mall just before 8:30 p.m. Light smoke was visible and there was an odor of smoke, firefighters were told. Damage was determined to be minimal and no injuries were reported, police

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