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Police say one of the drivers was drunk when he was involved in a crash along the Robert Moses Parkway in Lewiston.
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The Erie County Legislature approved a $27.1 million infrastructure improvement plan for county roadways Thursday.
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Golfers are getting back into the swing of things, in Erie County. At 7 a.m. Thursday, the county's golf courses opened for the season.
The Gowanda Village Board is continuing to work on its budget. The most recent version of the budget, which is still not finalized, shows taxes increasing 5 percent.
The outgoing chair of the National Transportation Safety Board has some strong words for the rail industry and the way certain hazardous liquid is transported.
The county will spend a total of just over $27 million on more than 60 individual projects.
A package of bills that would improve Child Protective Services in New York has been introduced by State Senator Patrick Gallivan.
Erie County Sheriff's deputies say they found two 16 year olds smoking marijuana in a North Collins home on Sunday.
Resi-dents in the village of Gowanda could potentially see quite the increase in village taxes next year.
A 23-year-old Cattaraugus Indian Reservation man will spend 25 years in prison and another five years of post-release supervision for stabbing his half-brother to death in July 2012.
The Buffalo & Erie County Greenway Fund Standing Committee approved more than $1.7 million in funding recently for five projects to improve the waterfront along the Niagara River Greenway.
The 94 volunteer fire companies of Erie County are kicking off their annual "Recruit NY" campaign, looking for new members.
Beginning at 7 a.m. on April 24, the Grover Cleveland and Elma Meadows golf courses will open for the season.
A veteran sheriff's deputy recently took UB law students and faculty on a tour of human trafficking - the equivalent of modern-day slavery - during a troubling presentation that set forth some legal and practical tools for bringing traffickers to justice.