A Look Inside Cabela's
Representatives say they chose Buffalo because it's a high market for catalog and online sales, and because Erie County has the highest number of hunting and fishing licenses in New York State.
Woman lands in creek after motorcycle hit by truck
A 46-year-old woman is hospitalized with injuries suffered when she landed in a western New York creek after her husband's motorcycle was hit by a pick-up truck.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Candidates for governor, sheriff visit County Fair
Many visitors made their way through the opening day of the Chautauqua County Fair, but two visitors were unique.
N.Y. mother found guilty in death of daughter, 8
A judge has found an East Amherst mother guilty killing her eight-year-daughter.
ConServe seeks to expand Cheektowaga operations, add 40 workers
Continental Services Group Inc. has signed a 10-year lease to occupy 25,000 square feet in the AppleTree Business Park -- a move that doubles the company's presence in Western New York.
Grand Island Pennysaver
WNY artists target taste buds to raise funds, friends
The Western New York Artists Group will present "EYES on ART" at its summer reception featuring art, appetizers, sweets and brew.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The old bridge that spanned Cattaraugus Creek between Chautauqua and Erie counties was recently demolished.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Attempted murder charge for Buffalo bar manager
A Buffalo bar manager accused of "launching" an Air National Guardsman down a staircase has been indicted on a second-degree attempted murder charge.
Personal classics: As we celebrate the Syracuse Nationals, tell us the story of your first car (video)
On a weekend when thousands upon thousands will gather to celebrate automobiles of a lost era at the Syracuse Nationals , columnist Sean Kirst is looking for memories of the first car you ever owned: You can email him or leave your tale, as a comment.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Gov. Cuomo Announces Semifinalists for $5M Business Idea Competition
From the State of New York, Executive Chamber-- First Round of 43North Judging Leads to Diverse Group of 113 Entrepreneurs and Startups from Around the Globe Chosen to Compete for Seed Funding and Relocation to Western New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the selection of 113 semifinalists for the 43North global business idea ... (more)
Man allegedly drove drunk, clipped car, drove away
A Cheektowaga man is facing felony drunk driving charges after an accident on May 19th at William and Harlem Roads.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Officers hurt at Gowanda Correctional Facility last weekend
On Saturday just after 10 p.m., an officer was exiting one of the yard towers and as he was climbing down the steps, the entry latch above him fell on both of his arms.
Brenda McDuffie elected ECIDA chair
For the first time in its history, the Erie County Industrial Development Agency will have a female serving as its chairperson.
Crews scramble to finish project in time for Erie County Fair
The Erie County Fair begins in just three weeks and construction crews are scrambling to finish a multi-million dollar project at the Fairgrounds in Hamburg.
Volunteer firefighter seeks help in cancer battle
A volunteer firefighter from southern Erie County is calling on his brothers and sisters in the fire service to lend a hand, in his battle with a serious illness.
Revamped Just Pizza site to open next month
A soon-to-open Just Pizza & Wing Co. will offer customers a good look at the chain's latest restaurant concept.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
It's official: Steve Casey leaves Buffalo mayor's office
Steven Casey , Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown 's closest adviser, and the city's first deputy mayor is leaving the public sector to serve as chief executive officer for the company proposing a massive, mixed-used West Seneca development.
Uniland buys more downtown real estate
Following through on a plan the company announced in May 2013, Uniland has officially acquired seven parcels from Frey the Wheelman along Ellicott, E. Tupper and Washington streets, paying $1.3 million, according to documents filed in the Erie County Clerk's office.
CAO takes over six Head Start sites, looks to add 100 jobs
A restructuring of programs has led the Community Action Organization of Erie County to take over management at six additional Head Start programs.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
NY awards $462M to help hospitals keep services
The funds followed a federal agreement in April for New York to reinvest $8 billion in Medicaid savings to support hospital overhauls and expand primary medical care over five years.