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New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced plans to advance funding for projects along Buffalo's waterfront earlier this week. The money will accelerate projects on the Outer Harbor and at Canalside and could pave the way for Great Lakes cruises to visit the Queen City. Read more 
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AAA played a key role in establishing our nation’s roads, supporting the formation of an early version of the Department of Transportation in 1903, and advocating for safe roads ever since. Read more 
You could say that Niagara Falls alone is a great reason to visit the Buffalo area, but is it the only reason? While Niagara Falls is a focus for many visitors, locals know that there are plenty of things to "fall" for when you're exploring the Buffalo-Niagara region. Read more 
The Harlem Globetrotters have been renowned for their dazzling, stunt-filled basketball performances for over 90 years. AAA Members can save on tickets to sports events at AAA Tickets.   Read more 
Looking to explore and learn more about African American history in Western New York? Start your cultural tour right in downtown Buffalo where many historic sites are open to the public.   Read more 
Life on the road is as familiar as football practice for Jon Feliciano. The Buffalo Bills offensive lineman, 29, remembers being a passenger during long drives from South Florida to New York City, where he visited family over the holidays as a youth.  Read more 
Electric vehicle owners love their cars, but there’s no shaking the dread of running out of power on the road without the hope of recharging. That’s why AAA Western and Central New York (WCNY) is adding the SparkCharge Roadie to its fleet. Read more 
Fall is here, and so is a beautiful skyline of amber and yellow trees. Part of the beauty of living in Upstate New York is that we are surrounded by countless places where leaf peepers (people who travel to enjoy the sight of leaves changing colors) can enjoy the picturesque fall foliage. Read more