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See how Hertel Avenue businesses fared during the pandemic

Hertel Avenue is not only surviving the pandemic, says the president of the Hertel Business Association — it’s thriving. Though some businesses on the North Buffalo strip, stretching from Main Street to Delaware Avenue, have closed, other spots have opened or are opening soon, Judy Porto-Fiorella said. As Covid-19 restrictions loosen, Hertel gets busier on the walkable that intersects with many residential neighborhoods.
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