Michael A. Blackburn, 24, could be sentenced to as long as seven years in state prison when he returns before State Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr. in Lockport Sept. 13.
The top executive at Servotronics Inc. has been placed on paid administrative leave as the Elma manufacturer conducts an internal investigation into allegations that Kenneth D. Trbovich sexually harassed employees and used his company expense account to pay for trips with women.
A medical resident at the University at Buffalo's Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has filed a lawsuit alleging a fellow resident sexually assaulted and harassed her.
Christian Radetich-Hallman, 19, admitted to promoting a sexual performance by a child as a sexually motivated felony.
A State Supreme Court judge dismissed a lawsuit by a Clarence parents group seeking to have students return to in-person learning full-time.
The lawsuit is the latest chapter in a 10-year battle between Bill Woods and Avanti Mansion, the banquet hall that borders his backyard on West Highland Parkway.
A State Supreme Court justice Tuesday ordered PVS Chemical to limit emissions from its sulfuric acid plant, and he allowed Medaille College to…
The association utilizes a four-level rating system of superior, well qualified, qualified and cannot recommend.
After losing a court ruling last week, attorney Steven M. Cohen said it is clear that the state won't reveal even the summary data that would show how Covid-19 has spread in the state.
Peter S. Durie, 52, pleaded guilty Feb. 18 to fourth-degree grand larceny.
Bryan W. Cummings, who was recently ruled mentally competent to stand trial, pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing his father to death last fall.
It’s regrettable that it takes a court order to make the Orchard Park and Williamsville school districts offer full-time, in-person instructio…
A hearing on the merits of the requests concluded today, with much of the testimony centering on the different guidance for elementary and secondary schools.
Richard K. Bailor, 54, pleaded guilty to second- and third-degree burglary, his fifth and sixth felony convictions.
Termini and his affiliated companies are accusing the New York City-based nonprofit lender, Community Preservation Corp., of violating its loan agreements and acting in bad faith toward him.
Braden M. Foley, 25, could receive up to four years in prison for each count when he is sentenced June 30.
The payouts are part of 13 personal injury and general litigation settlements totaling $300,000 that the city’s Law Department presented Tuesday to the Common Council’s Claims Committee.
Lewis Williams, 23, admitted to second-degree assault for shooting Ralph L. Williams, 24, June 9 inside a house on Washburn Street in the city.
Darya L. Mansouri said she hurt her right knee when she tripped and fell after her science teacher at Williamsville South High School directed her to run up a set of stairs.
Johnny L. Mulkey III, 32, admitted to two counts of attempted criminal possession of a weapon and one count of possessing stolen property.
Gregory M. Kwiatkowski filed court papers this week seeking to renew a judgment against Cariol Horne that he obtained after winning a defamation suit against her in 2011.
Tamara Ebo manipulated invoices, falsified vendor transactions and directed payments to herself, according to the District Attorney's Office.
While Justice Emilio Colaiacovo denied the request, he ordered a hearing May 7 to address the merits of the parents' arguments.