Delaware Avenue

Erie County

A parcel along Delaware Avenue is the preferred site for a new convention center, Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz announced Thursday.

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Reconstruction of the Scajaquada Expressway is slated to start this summer, but that has not settled neighborhood views on the New York State Department of Transportation's plan. A crowded public meeting Wednesday night was generally opposed to the plan.

Santoro Signs

A storied North Buffalo Catholic church wants to install a sign near a major intersection so people can find the church - and not the adjoining fast food restaurant commonly used as a guide.

Tommaso Briatico Architects

One of Buffalo's most noted row of buildings is getting some rehab. On Thursday Buffalo's Preservation Board approved work on what was Manny's Supper Club at Delaware and Virginia, first in Allentown's MidWay.

New York City Department of Transportation

The New York State Department of Transportation has installed new traffic signals at the intersection of Delaware Avenue and Kenmore Avenue on the Buffalo-Kenmore border. New traffic signals are not normally big news, but these are - as they are the only ones of their kind in Western New York.

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In an often angry discussion Thursday, the Buffalo Preservation Board denied a proposal to pave over much of the lawn of the historic American Red Cross mansion at Delaware Avenue and Summer Street to allow for more commercial development in the building.

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The Buffalo Planning Board Monday cleared the way for construction of another building on the former site of the old Millard Fillmore Hospital at Gates Circle.

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So what did you do this weekend? Chances are you took part in some sort of St. Patrick's Day celebration, culminating with downtown Buffalo's parade up Delaware Avenue.

A Delaware Avenue building described by an architect as the eyesore of Mansion Row is getting a new life and some significant visual updating.

Jeffrey Bochiechio

There's another proposal for new housing at Delaware and Bedford, after an earlier plan floundered under fire from neighbors.

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The Buffalo Marathon will be run Sunday morning at 7 AM.

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The steel frame for Delaware North's new corporate headquarters will start rising in downtown Buffalo next week.

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Claims filed with New York State over vehicular damage caused by broken concrete on the I-290 expressway are being denied.

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The future of the former site of Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital could be learned on Monday.

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Two Buffalo men were injured early Saturday morning following a shooting in the 100 block of Delaware Avenue.

Buffalo Police report an armed man shot 24-year-old Demario Castricone during an altercation. Thirty year old Jamie Burgess, a security guard who attempted to intercede, was also shot. Burgess was treated and released while Castricone is listed in stable condition at ECMC.

Police report that the suspect fled in a dark or grey Jeep Cherokee.

Anyone who may have information is asked to call the Confidential Tip-Line at 847-2255.

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An early morning triple shooting on Saturday has taken the life of one victim.

Buffalo Police are investigating the incident that occurred in the rear parking lot of a building on Delaware Avenue. All of the victims are males in their 30's. Two are being treated at ECMC. The third was transported to Buffalo General where he succumbed to his injuries. Homicide detectives are asking for the public's help in their investigation.

Anyone with information is being asked to call the Confidential TIPCALL Line at 847 - 2255.

A pair of Saturday accidents sent two pedestrians to ECMC.

Buffalo resident Christina Land was struck as she attempted to cross Hertel Avenue. A 59 year old man was struck on Delaware Avenue near Avery Avenue. Both pedestrians are being treated for injuries.

No charges have been filed in either case.