Niagara Street

New York State Governor's Office

Western New York is getting $62 million for approved projects in the latest round of state spending from the regional economic development councils. The projects benefiting range from rebuilding a section of Niagara Street to a culinary arts training program in Cattaraugus County.

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Development is continuing to move along Buffalo's Niagara Street. After years of neglect, the city has put millions into improving the street and landscape. That investment appears to be paying off.

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The renovation of Niagara Street continues. Major work is coming for the section from Porter to Ontario.

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Those who use Niagara Street for travel can look forward to more construction once the current massive work between Downtown and Porter Avenue is finished.

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A wrong-way driver caused a fatal, multi-car crash this morning along the Niagara Thruway.

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Major renovations are coming to Scajaquada Creek. Two water advocacy groups on Monday announced their plans for an $850,000 to a brownfield that sits between Niagara and Tonawanda streets.

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A West side Buffalo barbershop is now a murder scene.

Niagara Street being beautified into city gateway

Aug 20, 2014
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A major gateway construction project will begin in downtown Buffalo this week. The $16.3 million multi-phase roadway rehabilitation will extend along Niagara Street.

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An impressive human chain was linked across the city on Saturday in a show of solidarity in overcoming poverty.

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The reconstruction of Niagara Street this year will include green infrastructure to prevent stormwater runoff and improve the quality of the Great Lakes.

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Commuters who bounce down the poor surface of Niagara Street in downtown Buffalo can look forward to smoother pavement, shading trees, faster-moving buses, and more clearly marked lanes under a plan explained to a public meeting Tuesday night.

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Buffalo firefighters responded to a two-alarm blaze in a downtown neighborhood this morning.

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The detours that have frustrated drivers along the I-190 South are about to end. The expressway is currently closed from Exit 15, Sheridan Drive/Kenmore Avenue, to the Peace Bridge at Busti Avenue, and this has made for heavy traffic along River Road and Niagara Street. The detour will end on Monday morning at 6 AM.