The News' Sandra Tan is blogging live from the Amherst Town Board meeting, including consideration of a rezoning request at Maple and Ayer roads for the construction of a 120-unit senior apartment building:
December 3, 2012 - 2:27 PM
December 3, 2012 - 12:01 PM
Here are a few of the stories we've got cooking:
*The Village of Williamsville is looking at how to regain more of a quaint setting on its main thoroughfare, the five-lane highway known as Main Street.
*There are plans to turn an old warehouse in Larkinville into office space.
*Jay Skurski is monitoring the injury situation down at One Bills Drive.
*A Lancaster village trustee is starting a business aimed, in part, at giving kids something to do.
*Gov. Andrew Cuomo is coming to Buffalo tomorrow, and he's in Washington today pushing for money for Superstorm Sandy recovery.
*A new federal report looks at how credit unions are doing.
*Our monthly Book Club story in tomorrow's editions looks at Flannery O'Connor's "A Good Man Is Hard To Find."
December 2, 2012 - 12:04 PM
News Staff Reporter Matt Spina narrates footage from the dashboard of West Seneca police cars that show a 2010 shootout between police and a man with a history of psychiatric problems that left an unarmed man paralyzed.
Read Matt's story: No easy answers in police shooting that leaves man paralyzed
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