Senior Deputy Corporation Counsel Cavette Chambers will be acting corporation counsel.
The State Supreme Court ruling that “cleared the way” for the Great Northern grain elevator’s demolition after standing for nearly 125 years i…
A Clarence couple that fled their home after its back wall abruptly sank and collapsed 16 months ago intends to sue the town, Erie County, a pair of contractors and the developer of a subdivision under construction across the street.
A decision will come "quickly" on whether to grant a preliminary injunction to a preservation organization hoping to stop the demolition of the damaged Great Northern grain elevator, State Supreme Court Justice Emilio Colaiacovo said Monday.
"This hearing will be limited to the issue of how the city reached its decision and, specifically, whether the commissioner had a rational basis for issuing the order for the demolition," State Supreme Court Justice Emilio Colaiacovo said.
Niagara County Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr. and Erie County Justice Christopher J. Burns are retiring from careers they say have been callings rather than mere jobs.
One day after a State Supreme Court justice encouraged a settlement over the fate of the historic – but damaged – Great Northern grain elevator, none of the opposing sides budged from their positions.
This, perhaps, is a price New Yorkers pay for the state’s reckless and politicized method of choosing judges to sit on the bench, there to inf…
State Supreme Court Justice Emilio Colaiacovo wants a mediated settlement in the next week. But if the parties can't agree on one, the judge said he will quickly issue a decision.
The landlords called the moratorium unconstitutional, saying it prevents them from meaningfully challenging a tenant's claimed hardship.
Nicholas D'Angelo, 29, pleaded not guilty at his November 2020 arraignment to a 12-count indictment, which has now been reduced to 11 counts.
Eyes are the theme of the Editorial Board's column, with applause for Bills fans' giving to a vision-focused nonprofit and an election day entry mistake that stirred up drama in Lewiston.
Michael Kern II, 25, had pleaded guilty before State Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr. to second-degree vehicular assault.
Breanna Best, 25, crashed her car into a house in Niagara Falls last year at a speed of more than 90 mph.
"They were not involved in the murder," David Heraty said of Brian S. Lorenzo and James Pugh, both convicted of murdering City of Tonawanda resident Deborah Meindl.
The tangled tale of a 2019 gunfight that wounded three bystanders in front of a Niagara Falls bar ended Monday with the sentencing of one of the participants.
Anthony F. Cross, 32, of the City of Lockport, had pleaded guilty to attempted third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
John O. Jacoby Jr. was awarded the victory in a close election for a Lewiston Town Board seat and the reason has everything to do with his middle initial.
A judge will decide by next week who won a disputed Niagara County Legislature election, in which candidates William D. Kennedy II and Christopher P. Voccio are now tied.
State Supreme Court Justice Donna M. Siwek rejected the challenges put forth by the League of Women Voters of Buffalo Niagara, 21st Century Park in the Outer Harbor and the Western New York Environmental Alliance.
Tommy C. Kraft shot at an Uber driver in a robbery attempt, was caught with illegal firearms and stole four vehicles, torching one and crashing another.
The suit asks a State Supreme Court judge – yet to be chosen – to order the board to open a sealed affidavit ballot it had previously disallowed, believing the voter who cast it had moved.