Weekly Feature



August 9, 2017 RSS feed / Business

Morton’s law would ensure American-made tag on Erie County purchases

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton, R-Cheektowaga, wants to bring the term “Buy American” out of the abstract and into the concrete at the county level, and a proposed law announced last week would be the first step in doing that.  More...

Family Day, Resource Fair set for Aug. 18

Niagara County residents are invited to a free Family Day and Resource Fair from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18, at the New York State Power Authority, 5777 Lewiston Road, Lewiston. More...

Kenmore Mercy appoints nurse educator

Kenmore Mercy Hospital has named Maria Richardson as its off-shift nurse educator.  Richardson has worked at Kenmore Mercy since 2009 and has experience in med-surgical, orthopedics and critical care.  More...

Hilbert College names new board members

Peg Adams, Laurie Boreanaz Carra, Philip Perna, Steven Vanuga and Lamont Williams have been named to the Hilbert College Board of Trustees. Hilbert also elected the following board officers: chairman, Michael J. More...

Undergrounds Coffee reaches first anniversary

On Sunday, Aug. 13, Undergrounds Coffee House & Roastery, located at 580 South Park Ave., Buffalo, will celebrate its one-year anniversary. The event will include a vendor fair from 9 a.m. More...