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Patients with massive rotator cuff tears are being enrolled in an ongoing FDA study of the InSpace System through UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. “A tremendous number of people live with terrible pain from massive rotator cuff tears,” Dr. Matthew DiPaola, a shoulder and elbow surgeon with the practice, said in a news release. “In collaboration with Buffal…

The hallways and public spaces inside John R. Oishei Children's Hospital are coming to life with artwork. About 35 to 40 pieces were installed last week throughout the new hospital on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. "We are all in the thick of it now. Every floor of the hospital has some work in it already," said Scott Propeack, volunteer curator of art at Oishei…

Changes to the exterior design of part of a proposed housing project on Genesee Street led city Planning Board members on Monday to delay action for at least two weeks so they can hold another public hearing on the plan. Mt. Aaron Baptist Church has proposed an affordable housing community called Mt. Aaron Village, which calls for a 50-unit senior apartment building and…

It was a nail-biter worthy of a Hollywood drama until the final vote — but backers of a plan to convert a historic church on Richmond Avenue into a performing arts center finally got the go-ahead. The Buffalo Planning Board approved Rachel Heckl's proposal to renovate the Richmond-Ferry church into the Rosanna Elizabeth Visual and Performing Arts Center after 70 minut…

Northwest Bancshares has nearly wrapped up its search for a new member of its executive team. The Warren, Pa.-based bank, which has built a larger presence in the Buffalo Niagara region, is preparing to name someone to the newly created position of president and chief operating officer. The current president, William J. Wagner, will remain chairman and CEO once the new…

The Small Business Administration is expanding in downtown Buffalo to support natural disaster relief efforts, and the SBA's top official will see the growth for herself on Tuesday. SBA administrator Linda McMahon is scheduled to visit the South Elmwood Avenue offices as the SBA moves forward on recently announced plans to add space and personnel. The SBA last m…

Invest Buffalo Niagara - the nonprofit, privately-funded economic development organization representing the eight counties of Western New York announced the hiring of Olivia Hill as business development specialist. Hill will support the business development management staff and play a significant role in proactive lead generation for the organization and region.

Dr. Rolanda Ward was introduced as the inaugural endowed faculty director of the Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality and Mission at Niagara University. The position requires her to coordinate the university’s efforts to serve as a resource and leverage change on issues related to diversity, equality and social justice – both on campus and within the comm…

St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute is pleased to announce the return of board members to Board of Trustees: Thomas Comer; Joseph Aquino; Br. Christopher Belleman, FSC; John Berger; Daniel Dirrigl; Keith Frome; Lou Heidrick; Br. Joseph Juliano, FSC; Brandon Kelleher; Paul J. Kolkmeyer; Paul LoVullo; Bart McGloin; James Panepinto; Steve Pierpaoli; Luis Rodriguez Jr.; Robert…

Freed Maxick announces that Timothy Manley joined the Human Resources team as Training & Development Specialist. He will focuses on personal and professional development of employees.

Freed Maxick announces that Nicholas Dentice joined the Human Resources team as career coach & recruitment specialist. His responsibilities are comprised of three main areas of concentration; recruiting, onboarding and career coaching.