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April 19, 2017 RSS feed / Business

Businesses to join the KenTon-Opoly craze

Chamber of Commerce Executive Director

Spring has sprung, and the Chamber is giving folks added incentive to get out of the house for a chance to win prizes by visiting area merchants taking part in the first KenTon-Opoly, an interactive game that will bring customers to our member busine More...

Events

Retired Teachers $1,000 Grant to be awarded More...

Grant program to benefit county farms

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Thursday said farms in Erie and Wyoming counties will benefit from more than $179,000 awarded through round two of the Climate Resilient Farming Grant Program.   More...

FASNY funding may grant full ride for volunteer firefighters

In order to keep recruitment and retention up among volunteer firefighters, the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York has applied for federal aid to support local fire companies.  More...

Community Foundation grants available   More...

Retirees Club looks to expand its membership

The Western New York General Motors Salaried Retirees Club is currently looking for salaried retirees to join the club. Annual activities consist of multiple luncheons at various local restaurants and banquet facilities. More...

Tonawanda resident joins Elderwood

Mary Laski Hoffman has been named regional director of operations for two Elderwood communities.  The Tonawanda resident will oversee operations at Elderwood at Wheatfield, offering independent living, assisted living, subacute rehabilitation a More...

DeGraff to host Medical Marijuana Program Town Hall meeting

Members of the Western New York community are invited to attend a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, April 25, to hear from experts regarding eligibility for enrollment in the NYS Medical Marijuana Program, according to a press release from DeGraff Memori More...