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Some area supermarket chains are temporarily limiting purchases of some meats due to supply and demand.

Plexiglas shields are coming to a supermarket checkout near you.

Wegmans, Tops limit shopping hours due to COVID-19

Mar 18, 2020

Wegmans and Tops are both making another shift in their hours, in the wake of the big run in recent days on various products as many customers try to stock up due to concerns about the coronavirus.

Tops Friendly Markets

Tops Friendly Markets said it learned late Saturday evening that one associate who works out of the corporate headquarters in Williamsville tested positive for COVID-19, but those offices are open Monday morning.

Tops Markets emerges from bakruptcy

Nov 19, 2018

The Tops supermarket chain says it has emerged from bankruptcy.

Tops Markets

Officials with Tops Markets say a federal bankruptcy court has confirmed the company’s plan of reorganization and that it expects to complete its restructuring and emerge from Chapter 11 shortly.

Ciminelli Real Estate

What was supposed to be a major luxury housing addition to downtown Buffalo, with a large Tops market and other amenities including underground parking, will now be 201 units of affordable housing and a fresh food market.

Tops to close 10 stores, none in WNY

Aug 30, 2018

Tops Markets will close ten underperforming stores as part of its financial restructuring. None are in Western New York.

How will Tops handle changes in retail?

Feb 22, 2018

Financial restructuring is underway at Tops Markets, now that the company has filed for chapter 11 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. But will it be enough to keep the company afloat for the long haul?

Tops Markets

Tops Markets has put an end to the speculation, confirming Wednesday morning that it is filing for reorganization under Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Police have released the name of the man who died after being struck by a car in a Tops Markets parking lot - and the woman accused of striking him.

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Tops Markets is extending its reach in New York State.

Lawmaker fears proposed gas station too close to creek

Sep 20, 2012
WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

A state lawmaker says Tops Markets' plan to build a gas station at its store at Grant and Amherst Street is a bad idea. 

Assemblyman Sean Ryan says a gas station could pose a serious threat to the nearby Scajaquada Creek, which runs into Lake Erie.  Ryan is demanding a full review and environmental impact study.