From humble beginnings as Our Lady of Angels Seminary, Niagara University has grown into an influential institution in Western New York and beyond. We remember the last century and a half of saintly seminarians, military heroes and basketball legends.
Savor the sweet success of the Buffalo Bills in their first championship season. It was a Christmas gift the fans would never forget.
Before the Bills and Sabres thrilled Western New Yorkers, midget auto racing was the biggest draw in town for sports fans.
New York Yankee legend Joe McCarthy may have gained his fame in the Bronx but he made his home near Buffalo. The Master and his wisdom are remembered.
Before the Sabres ruled the Buffalo winter sports scene, the AHL's Bisons were the toast of the town. Take a look back at the five-time Calder Cup champion's glory years from 1940-1970.
The venerable arena faces its last days as a prominent piece of downtown Buffalo.
Legendary college football coach Glenn "Pop" Warner revolutionized American football in its formative years, advocating innovations from fiber padding to the forward pass. The Springville native coached Jim Thorpe and developed the single-wing formation but never forgot his roots in Western New York.
Tony Sisti was a man as comfortable in boxing trunks as he was in a painter's smock and beret. Today lesser known than some of his contemporaries, an exhibit at the Burchfield Penney Art Center is reminding the art community of Sisti's skill.