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Wetlands & Site Development
Lesta Ammons, a biologist from the US Army Corps of Engineers’ Buffalo Branch, spoke at this month’s breakfast meeting of the WNY chapter of the New York State Commercial Association of Realtors(NYSCAR). The topic of wetlands is a critical concern for… View Post shared via WordPress.com
Buffalo Niagara Jobs →
Grant Aims to Revamp Bethlehem Steel Site →
The long-discussed project to relocate a railroad line that would open hundreds of acres in the former Bethlehem Steel complex in Lackawanna for redevelopment could get started next spring.
Cuomo Signs Grant for UB Medical School →
Plans for a new University at Buffalo Medical School took another step forward Tuesday, with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in town to sign off on $35 million in seed money for the project.
Hey, World! Buffalo is calling! →
A coffee house in one of Buffalo’s many walkable, transit-served neighborhoods Hey, world! Buffalo is calling! And it wants you to know its steel mills closed down like 30 years ago, the Blizzard of…
Strategic Logistics Sites: In the Right Place At... →
A look at some of today’s smartest choices for logistics sites in the United States
New Waterfront Park Praised →
Ship Canal Commons, a $9.2 million waterfront park, is the new centerpiece of the Buffalo Lake Side Commerce park
Connecting with your audience and leaving a... →
Site Selection & the Internet →
There's no place like Buffalo in NFL →
This might be the last simple place left in the NFL. A place where fans navigate tiny roads and pass signs for $10 parking on people’s front lawns, and they can walk to a stadium that doesn’t look…
UB receives record $40M gift →
An anonymous donation of $40 million to the University at Buffalo will be used to jump-start the institution’s brand-new Clinical Translational Research Center on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus…
Know your Stats, Bob Costas →
“A Million Reasons to Expand to Buffalo Niagara”… ... →
Advantage contracts bulk up telehealth biz →
Advantage Home Telehealth Inc. has signed a number of new contracts that will add potentially hundreds of new patients to its telehealth monitoring system, while bringing in at least $400,000 in new…
Region's Jobless Rate is Lowest in Three Years →
The unemployment rate in the Buffalo Niagara region dropped to 7.3 percent in August — its lowest level since 2008, the state Labor Department reported Tuesday
Business Council Elects Smith New Board Chair →
The Business Council of New York State’s Board of Directors has elected David F. Smith, Chairman and CEO of National Fuel Gas Company Company (NYSE: NFG) as chair of the Council’s Board of Directors…
Looking Forward to the International Dairy Show →
“Near Shoring”, a Growing Trend? →
What's the avarage salary in Buffalo Niagara? →
Interview with Linita Design, a Canadian business... →
Drop in NY Electrical Rates →
Buffalo Niagara Shows Strong Regional Presence at... →
Big Plans Unveiled for RiverBend Site →
The vacant RiverBend property that borders the Buffalo River — and was once home to Republic Steel’s local operations — could find new life as a mixed-use development site.
Papermaker to Build New Falls Mill →
A new $430 million paper mill in Niagara Falls got the formal go-ahead from its owners Monday, clearing the way for creation of 108 new local jobs.
Buffalo Niagara Economic Guide →
Falls Manufacturer Adding 108 Jobs →
A multi-layered incentive package put together by the Empire State Development Corp. and other local economic development agencies helped convince a packaging manufacturer to expand its presence in…
Cleveland BioLabs Plans Stock Sale →
A Buffalo-based drug-developer announced Friday that it expects to earn $22 million in net proceeds as part of a common stock sale to institutional investors
U.S. Expansion Opens Doors for Canadian Company →
Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park Continues Growth →
Developing Macromolecular Crystallization... →
Joseph Luft and George DeTitta have received a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences for their project “Enabling Technologies to Macromolecular Crystallization”. This…
Moog Buys Motor Manufacturer →
Moog Inc. has acquired a California motor manufacturer in a $25 million deal that will expand the Elma motion control equipment maker’s line of industrial components.
WindPower Blows WNY Companies West →
Marcellus Shale Conference Discusses Potential... →
Local Factories Show Growth in April →
The Buffalo Niagara region’s manufacturers kept chugging along at a solid clip during April, a local purchasing managers group reported Tuesday.
Mod-Pac Pleased by Growth in Weak Economy →
Mod-Pac Corp. chief executive Daniel G. Keane won’t make predictions about the Buffalo printing company’s future. But he’s pretty pleased with how it’s been doing lately.
Astronics Upbeat Over Robust Orders →
Astronics Corp. set some records in 2010, but Peter J. Gundermann said he is even more upbeat about what he sees on the horizon. “The way I look at this business, the best leading indicator of what…
UB's Ross Eye Institute Awarded $1.95 million →
The Ira G. Ross Eye Institute and the Department of Ophthalmology, University at Buffalo/The State University of New York, announced the award of a 5-year, $1.95 million grant to conduct research on…
Fredonia incubator serving its purpose →
The SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator is bursting at the seams with people, looking to add more this summer and is ahead of its original business plan to increase employment sooner.
RPCI Earns National Distinction For Bone Marrow... →
Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) has been named a Blue Distinction Center for Transplants® by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York for demonstrating better overall quality of care and…
Regional Growth through FDI, Expansion and... →
First Niagara growth spurt isn't over →
John R. Koelmel, a week after wrapping up First Niagara Financial Group’s biggest acquisition ever, hasn’t lost the urge to buy.
Profits soar 55% at First Niagara →
First Niagara Financial Group, fresh off completing its third major purchase in two years, said first-quarter profits soared 55 percent, as its acquisitions paid off in higher revenues, commercial…
M&T reports strong 1st quarter profits →
M&T Bank Corp. said Monday that first-quarter profits rose 36 percent, as lending income rose, credit costs fell and noninterest income surged despite regulatory changes that dampened fees from…
Green, Clean Hydropower puts Yahoo! on Top →
Honoring a Nobel Laureate →
Herbert A. Hauptman has won dozens of honors as a renowned mathematician, but none more prestigious than the one he received in 1985: the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Hauptman, president of…
True impacts of economic development projects in... →