City of Buffalo Wins CNU22 →
Not many cities can boast of being home to buildings from Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, and H.H. Richardson all situated within their borders. Nor do many cities hold an extensively…
State Program Helps Businesses →
Small and midsized businesses in Western New York and surrounding areas can get up to $25,000 in matching funds to create and retain jobs from a state-funded economic stimulus program administered…
Region Continues to Add More Jobs →
The Buffalo Niagara region added jobs for the fifth straight month during January — a sign that the local labor market is slowly beginning to rebound, the state Labor Department reported Wednesday….
Finger Lakes Medical Equipment CEO to Head ESDC →
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday nominated the CEO of a privately owned medical equipment maker based in the Finger Lakes region to become head of the state’s lead economic development agency.
Give Kids a Smile →
About 500 public schoolchildren from across Western New York received free dental treatment as part of UB’s 10th annual “Give Kids a Smile” day.
UB professor to enter Inventors Hall of Fame →
The University at Buffalo professor, whose pioneering work with battery technology has earned her more patents than any other woman in the United States, will be one of the inductees in the Hall of…
State Senate OKs Bill Supporting UB 2020 →
Legislation giving the University at Buffalo expanded financial autonomy and the ability to raise tuition annually was overwhelmingly approved Wednesday by the State Senate.
Tops Seeks to Grow by Going Smaller →
Tops Markets is starting to think small. The Amherst-based supermarket chain on Monday took the wraps off the first new store it has opened in the Buffalo Niagara region in eight years.
Real Estate Market Can’t be Looking Back →
The commercial real estate market is starting to come back — slowly but surely — but it’s not likely to reach the unrealistic peaks of 2007 ever again, a national property expert told a crowd of…
One-fifth of children with MS fail to respond to... →
Researchers from the National Network of Pediatric MS Centers of Excellence, in the first retrospective study of the response of children with multiple sclerosis to standard, or first-line,…
IMMCO moves lab division to downtown medical... →
An Amherst-based diagnostic products and services company that bought a laboratory division from Upstate New York Transplant Services has now spent $1 million to relocate that business to the Buffalo…