"It’s a 21st century solution to protecting Buffalo’s 19th century buildings: drones," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Hikers to Indian Head in the Adirondacks come with packs, water, good boots and a new must-have item: advance reservations.
I was hoping for an opportunity to give thanks to developer Douglas Jemal and the pure vision he is bringing to Buffalo as he seems to be revi…
The editorial on Jan. 25, about needing a better inventory in Buffalo makes a good point, but it perhaps would land better if you did not choo…
"It is time to put together a list of buildings that might be of historic significance and, with that, improve the odds of avoiding the wrecking ball," writes The News' Editorial Board.
The landmark Church of the Transfiguration on Sycamore Street sustained severe damage in a wind storm on Nov. 15, 2020 resulting in the total …
The Western New York Land Conservancy, together with Friends of Mossy Point, raised the $1.6 million to preserve the land.
The State Historic Preservation Office is updating its statewide preservation plan for the next five years, and is seeking public comment on the initial document. The Division for Historic Preservation within the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation released its draft scoping document, as well as a draft generic environmental impact statement. Both documents, as well as public
The history of this tattered landmark is a reflection of the hard and limited options available to a single, impoverished immigrant woman in the mid-19th century – and her success demands a kind of historical
In a blow to developers Nick Sinatra and William Paladino, the Buffalo Preservation Board on Tuesday voted unanimously in support of landmarking a century-old house on West Utica Street that had been slated for demolition as part of the developers’ Elmwood Crossing project. Following a 40-minute public hearing at which board members heard from preservationist Tim Tielman and six
The Buffalo Planning Board on Monday gave the green light to the Elmwood Crossing proposal to put up 20 for-sale townhomes on West Utica Street – despite vociferous last-ditch appeals by neighbors and preservationists to delay action because they say a house on the property merits historic protection. But while Sinatra & Company Real Estate and Ellicott Development Co.
Lamont Perry, a church organist and leader of a jazz trio, says the piano he used to play at Salem UCC Church “was the start of it all.” The Sherman Street church was demolished last
Short presentation stresses need to preserve Buffalo’s built