Local Men Found Guilty of Violent Home Invasion on Bucyrus Drive, Amherst
Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn announced that Jason K. Evans, 37, of Depew and Mark S. Shadle, 34, of Kenmore were found guilty of Burglary in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree. The jury reached the verdict after a seven-day trial and less than two hours of deliberation. The defendants were convicted on all counts.
Partial Alcohol Ban In New York + Jersey This Weekend
The biggest and best SantaCon gathering of the year is about to take place in New York City! This is one of the most exciting and unique events that you need to see to believe. The countdown to Christmas is on across the globe and from New York City to...
Game Time Babes Style: Join us for an unforgettable evening of sports, food, and fun!
Get ready sports enthusiasts and fun-seekers! The event you've been waiting for is here! We are thrilled to introduce "Game Time!". This is not your average game night, it's Game Time Babes Style!
Jaylen Griffin, 12, went missing in New York after going to a store in August 2020
The vibrant city of Buffalo, New York, steeped in cultural richness and community spirit, was struck by tragedy with the disappearance of 12-year-old Jaylen Griffin. This young boy, full of life and promise, vanished on August 4, 2020, casting a shadow of despair and mystery over his family and the broader community. This article delves into the details of Jaylen's life, the circumstances surrounding his disappearance, and the tireless efforts to uncover the truth.
This New York City Is The Best Planned In The Whole Wide World
New York State is the home of several cities that were designed very well, so well that many of them have won awards for it. Just look at some of the cities that are in the Empire State: you have the amazing New York City, which is one of the original homes of democracy in America, Rochester which gave the entire world photography as we know it, and Syracuse was a huge hub for salt production during the 19th century, and Albany is known far and wide for its role as a center for American politics the 1600's.
Amendment to extend limits on taxing fuel sales in Erie County fails
Amendment to extend limits on taxing fuel sales in Erie County fails.
THIRD DEFENDANT ARRAIGNED FOR ASSAULT AT CLUB MARCELLA
(WNY News Now) – Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn announces that a 28-year-old Buffalo man was arraigned this afternoon before Buffalo City Court Judge Andrew C. LoTempio on one count of Gang Assault in the First Degree (Class “B” violent felony). Buffalo, N.Y. – It...
Young boy from Buffalo meets Taylor Swift
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Keating, a young boy from Buffalo, might have a lot of Bills fans disappointed in his choice of who he roots for during this Sunday's game, but that doesn't seem to matter after the game he went to last weekend. During a Dec. 3 prime-time game...
State suspends Club Marcella’s liquor license
Should the shuttered club reopen, the suspension would prevent alcohol from being sold or consumed on the club's premises.
You’re Invited To A Community Holiday Celebration In Buffalo
The Holidays are in full effect, and with the colder weather comes time for us to spend time with the family and prepare for the Christmas shopping season. The transition from autumn to winter also brings the Gala and Holiday Party Season along with it. Gala season is when all...
Historic retail building in Hamburg sells for $1.16M
HAMBURG, N.Y. — A historic retail building at 12 Main St. in the Village of Hamburg has been sold for $1.16 million. W2L Property LLC of Orchard Park purchased the property from 12 Main Street LLC, an affiliate of the Tzetzo Companies. The first floor of the building houses...
Local gas stations owner reacts to Erie County gas tax break vote
One local owner of multiple gas stations in the region has been vocal in his opposition to the gas tax break expiring. He knows when the gas tax limit expires, Erie County will have the highest gasoline tax rate in New York. Read more from WBEN:
D'Youville University Nursing Graduate Wins Student Loan Payoff Lottery
A D'Youville University nursing graduate hit the jackpot at the annual "My Dog Ate My Debt" lottery, having all student loans paid off by the university. The lucky winner, a mother of two who took six years to earn the degree, can now start a career debt-free.
Community Mourns Loss of Well-Known Cyclist and Philanthropist in Cheektowaga Fire
Discover the identity of the Cheektowaga fire victim, a 64-year-old community leader with a passion for cycling. Learn about Mark Mitri's contributions to the local cycling community and how his group, Slow Spokes Bic IC Club, plans to honor his memory.
Teen Talk ft. Zubair
"Join us for Teen Talk featuring Zubair, a resilient Afghan teen who navigated war, displacement, and language barriers to pursue an education in the United States. From dreams of engineering in Afghanistan to aspirations of cybersecurity in New York, Zubair's journey is a testament to the power of perseverance."
Former Aldi will become an office space
WEST SENECA, N.Y. — Vascular Associates of Western New York will move offices into a former Aldi store in West Seneca. VA WNY Real Estate, a Vascular Associates affiliate, purchased the building at 1900 Ridge Road from Aldi for $1 million. Dr. William Bevilacqua said the medical office leases...
Attica Correctional Facility Ends Lockdown Following Violent Incidents and Weapon Seizure
After a 10-day lockdown following a series of violent incidents, Attica Correctional Facility is back to normal operations. The lockdown, which led to the recovery of 58 weapons, was triggered by inmate violence and assaults on staff, including a stabbing and serious facial injuries. Investigations continue.