Edwin Viera

A new app is helping people find the graves of President Millard Fillmore, former Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, singer Rick James, and other prominent figures from Western New York’s past.

Mary Catalfamo / WBFO News

Labatt USA is celebrating its tenth anniversary of being headquartered in Buffalo. In honor of the milestone, Mayor Byron Brown declared July 12, 2017 Labatt Blue Day and declared this weekend Labatt Blue Weekend.

Entrepreneur Magazine

Buffalo is becoming a hotbed for business entrepreneurs. The city is ranked number two on Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of booming communities for start-ups.

Edwin Viera

There’s a new way to experience the sights and sound of Buffalo – on a big red double-decker bus that was imported from England.

Lian Bunny

Summer is the season for barbecues, beach outings and relaxing backyard sojourns.

National Public Radio

As ride-hailing made its long-awaited regional debut, local residents offered varying opinions on how the new mode of transportation will impact the riding public and the economy.

The Fourth Annual Buffalo Brewers Festival, being held Saturday, will feature more than 40 breweries from across the state and Southern Ontario. One new event will showcase everything you’ve wanted to know about beer.

Food Bank of Western New York

A program that distributes food to Chautauqua County residents in need is expanding its operation.

Buffalo has become a “millennial magnet,” according to a study by the Urban Land Institute.

Last year’s lead poisoning crisis in Flint, MI stemmed from that city’s drinking water supply. However, in Buffalo most lead poisoning cases come from lead paint. That will be the topic of conversation Thursday evening at the Merriweather Library on Jefferson Avenue.

OLd Fort Niagara

If you’ve ever wondered how being in the military has changed over the course of time, Old Fort Niagara is sponsoring a series of events that begin Saturday.