"The day will come when the functionally obsolete Skyway must come down. Until then, there are plenty of traffic and infrastructure projects the region can tackle to move our waterfront and roadways toward reaching their full potential," writes The News Editorial Board.
The front-page story of the May 4 Buffalo News says it all with a picture of where the remodeled DL&W train station will sit. Notice that …
The Southtowns Medical Campus has a new owner.
The 5,000-square-foot restaurant is proposed for the corner of 3464 McKinley Parkway in Hamburg, in the Raymour & Flanigan parking lot.
Bobcat of Buffalo's expansion in Hamburg is among projects up for discussion by the Hamburg Planning Board this week.
In a long email sent to members by General Manager Spencer Murray, Arizona-based CBIGG Management LLC complained about the club's declining membership and growing financial losses.
A boulevard or a highway? That's the difference between two similar proposals being considered in New York State's plan to remove the Buffalo Skyway.
A driver whose vehicle overturned when he swerved to avoid a deer on Boston-Springville Road in the Town of Concord faces a charge of driving while intoxicated, according to State Police in Boston. State Police troopers said Jeremy Zabawa, 24, of Trevett Road, Boston, lost control of his vehicle shortly after midnight Saturday, left the highway and rolled over
One can never have too many meat suppliers for the summer grill. So when we learned about A&C Meat Co. (a name that reminds of us a “Looney Tunes” cartoon), we decided to investigate. Open since 2015, this place is no joke – it’s for the serious meat lover. Located on Southwestern Boulevard (Route 20), A&C is owned by
The National Weather Service late Thursday issued a flood warning for portions of Erie, Genesee and Wyoming counties, following several rounds of heavy rain throughout the region. Between 1 1/2 to 2 inches of rain fell during the storm, according to Kirk Apffel, a National Weather Service meteorologist. “The worst of it is across the southern half of Erie
Water pressure was returning to normal Monday for Erie County Water Authority customers in the Southtowns, according to Sean Dwyer, an authority spokesman. Earlier in the day, workers discovered that icy conditions on Lake Erie appeared to partially restrict water flowing into Sturgeon Point Water Treatment Plant in Evans. The restricted flow, Dwyer said, is a result of Lake
Southtown believes its residents are responsible enough to abide by the
Local art will be on display at 11 locations for the Southtowns Art Trail from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 15. The Evans Art Guild, the Centennial Art Center of Hamburg and the Lake Shore Central School Art Department are sponsoring the event to showcase art and the area’s artistic heritage. Locations include: • Lake Shore High School,