Buffalo's parking system is getting a major update. Mayor Byron Brown announced a plan Friday for a new "pay-by-cell" parking program that will let motorists pay for metered parking with their mobile devices.
It’s time for Western New Yorker’s to sharpen their skates and get ready for a new season of “The Ice at Canalside.” Work is already underway on the popular outdoor rink to have it ready for colder weather.
The woman who leads the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, based in Washington, D.C, is in Buffalo Friday to meet with local financial leaders and share what her organization considers a disturbing trend in personal finance.
Listen to WBFO's Michael Mroziak interview Susan C. Keating, president and CEO of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
The NFTA is looking at a 1,600-foot extension of the Metro Rail, wrapping around First Niagara Center and running toward Michigan Avenue and the Cobblestone District. It would include a new station along South Park Avenue.
In just two days, the new part-goat, part-man mascot of the Niagara Falls recycling program has become an internet sensation. Its name: “Totes McGoats.”
Brooke D’Angelo, head of the Niagara Falls Solid Waste Education and Enforcement Team and creator of “Totes,” talks with WBFO’s Avery Schneider about the viral phenomenon “Totes” has become, and what the goal for the character really is.
The region's newest shovel ready site is officially open for business and the North Youngmann Commerce Center, just off I-290 in a barren area known as "the old mud flats," already has its first tenant.
State lawmakers are interested in helping local veteran posts get necessary capital improvements. A project is now underway to survey more than two dozen posts, to determine their needs and get an idea how much it will cost to fix them.
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz is responding to claims that he covered up a criminal investigation. Though Poloncarz may have referred the matter to the AG's office, Republican County Executive candidate Ray Walter says taxpayers should have been informed.
Talk of building a new crossing at the Peace Bridge was renewed over the weekend when the Ontario-based chairman of the Peace Bridge Authority called for a companion span. It's a call that has support on this side of the border from Congressman Brian Higgins.
More than 1,000 new parking spaces will be opening up soon on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. The city and the campus have agreed to replace an existing ramp near Buffalo General Hospital with a much larger facility.
When organizers debuted Delaware Park’s FootGolf course this spring, they had small expectations for its popularity. With fall underway, those expectations have been long over shot and patrons are still coming out to play.
While SolarCity is getting the most attention in Buffalo's developing Riverbend section, a British couple who opened up their food businesses on South Park Avenue nearly four years ago are moving forward with an expansion.