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David Greenman joined Niagara University as its associate vice president of institutional advancement. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Canisius College.

It’s not exactly Grand Central Terminal, but the newsstand scheduled to open in January will offer a Manhattan touch to a Metro Rail stop opening in Allen-Medical Campus Station. Grab and Go Newsstands Inc. will offer newspapers, coffee, sandwiches, cappucinos, protein shakes and more at a street level stand inside the new station at the base of the $375 million Unive…

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The Center for Hospice & Palliative Care, parent company of Hospice Buffalo, welcomed Roseann McAnulty as chief operations officer. McAnulty’s role will begin with oversight of all non-clinical operations and evolve with time.

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Goldberg Segalla added associate Samantha Catone to the firm’s General Liability Practice Group in Buffalo. Catone focuses on defending large, nationally prominent retailers, malls, manufacturers, and food and beverage franchises and their insurers. She was previously a law clerk with the firm.

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Gateway Longview recently announced the promotion of Derek Kise to Director of Lynde School. As director, Kise will oversee approximately 100 staff, providing guidance and support as they maintain a solution-focused and trauma-informed environment for 150 students from more than 30 local school districts.

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FORT ERIE , Ont. – A Democratic  fundraiser with close ties to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo sees tranquil days ahead for the once bitterly divided Peace Bridge Authority as he takes a leadership position on the bi-national panel. Kenneth A. Manning, an engineer by training and partner in the Phillips Lytle law firm, succeeds Sam Hoyt as vice chairman of the bridge governing …

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Buffalo police and firefighters said a "suspicious package" containing white powder was mailed to the law offices of Cellino and Barnes in Main Place Tower today. Deputy Fire Commissioner Johnathan Eaton said it was not believed to be a harmful substance but the 25th floor was quarantined during the investigation as a precaution. The rest of the building remained open. …

Orchard Park athletic footwear store, Runner’s Roost, has been purchased by long time employee Michelle Fox. In a straight up stock sales, Fox has acquired one-hundred percent of the stock of D.J.B Shoes, Inc., the parent company of Runner’s Roost.

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Bon-Ton will close at least 40 stores through next year, the company said. The company has not yet released a list of locations it plans to shutter, so it's not yet clear whether any of Western New York's eight stores will be affected. The department store has struggled with declining sales and a high debt load. The company lost $135.4 million during the first three …

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Runner's Roost, a popular athletic footwear store in Orchard Park, has been bought out by one of its employees. Michelle Fox, who has worked at the store for 10 years, acquired 100 percent of D.J.B. Shoes' stock. D.J.B. Shoes is Runner's Roost's parent company. Fox, an experienced runner, said she will keep the store's "core values and traditions" alive and does not …

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Wouldn’t it be nice, for once, if we could get through the holidays in a more thankful way, with a healthier approach toward meals and gatherings that don’t make you scream at the scale come New Year’s Day? It isn’t easy, what with more parties to attend, more comfort foods to tempt us and more demands on our time. http://buffalonews.com/2017/11/17/timely-tip…

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Ann Maghran and her stalwart volunteers with the Women & Children's Hospital Family Advisory Council spent the last 8½ years working in a tidy, windowless, hard-to-find corner on the first floor. Their mission dovetailed with the Family Resource Center they helped Kaleida Health create: provide resources, encouragement and respite for families with a child in need …

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The push has intensified to get more Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus workers to use public transit to get to their jobs on the 120-acre campus. BNMC Inc. is offering a free monthly transit pass during November, December or January to new employees on the campus or those that drive to work alone and want to try public transit to get to work on the campus. A newly redone …

The owner of the former machining division of Buffalo Forge has acquired a Lockport light industrial manufacturing facility to house its operation. Joseph Silva, owner and CEO of Buffalo Machines Inc., paid $310,000 to acquire the 17,612-square-foot facility at 240 Michigan St. in Lockport. The one-story facility, which was constructed in 1950 on 3.3 acres, includes a r…

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When Greg Stennis opened his bar, J.P. Dwyer’s, on Webster Street in 1997, the street was a shell of its former glory. Gone were the days when men and women would ride the Carpenter Line bus to downtown North Tonawanda for a fountain soda at the Sugar Bowl or shop at G.C. Murphy Co. Retail and restaurants had moved to shopping malls and strip plazas. As was the case w…