Amherst-based Columbus McKinnon has completed a $110 million all-cash deal for Montratec, a Germany-based company that designs and develops automation and transport systems.
Parris Pizza Co., a Domino's Pizza franchise, will pay $150,000 to the affected employees and will send an apology letter to all former employees, the EEOC said.
The Natick, Mass., store had been the first of its kind for Wegmans, with two stories over 134,000 square feet.
Track work on the west side of Main at Mohawk Street is expected to begin in August.
Wages keep rising across the Buffalo Niagara region, but they aren't coming close to keeping up with inflation.
As Erie County works to complete its final purchase of another 90 acres of land at the former Bethlehem Steel site in Lackawanna, officials want to relocate more than 19,000 feet of railroad tracks, bridges and other facilities.
For 400 Buffalo Public Schools middle school students, the big event of this school year came at the end, and they worked toward it all year: a visit to a college campus, a pizza lunch and meeting a famous Black author who writes for kids like them.
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T-Mark said it would retain all 14 of Jameson’s employees.
Eight attorneys and 16 legal, tax and accounting professionals from Andreozzi Bluestein will join Lippes Mathias as a result of the combination.
Montante plans to spend $3.5 million to renovate the 11,200-square-foot building, creating 8,970 square feet of residential space on the upper three floors along with 2,230 square feet of garden-level office space for the four therapists.
Sucro Sourcing took on a daunting "before and after" challenge at the former Bethlehem Steel site in Lackawanna.
Nick LoTempio, having watched an array of businesses go mobile in recent years, thought, "Why not a mobile golf simulator?"
Douglas Development Corp. is hoping to complete its purchase of the Mohawk Ramp from the city within the next two months and then embark on a multi-year redevelopment of the parking garage and nearby buildings that used to belong to Simon Electric Co.
Hilbert College’s plan to acquire a small career college with campuses in West Virginia and Ohio came to fruition Wednesday, with Hilbert’s new non-profit affiliate, Franciscan Services, taking ownership of Valley College.
Fifteen years after state lawmakers designated the area around four historic Black cultural institutions as part of the Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor, a new headquarters and visitor center for the district formally opened Wednesday.
Bitwise goes bust: Training venture abruptly shuts down in Buffalo as its lays off all of its 900 US workers
More than 60 local workers went through the Bitwise training program. Another 70 were supposed to start training this week, but those sessions have been canceled.
Frintz’s Buffalo presence is expected to create 10 to 20 jobs, according to officials who spoke Wednesday at the Zenger Group, a commercial printing and direct mail manufacturer in Tonawanda.
The Amherst developer is proposing to construct a third warehouse or light-manufacturing facility in the Renaissance Commerce Park, on another 12-acre parcel that it would purchase from the county's Industrial Land Development Corp.
A Canadian-based maker of lithium-ion batteries is seeking more than $3 million in tax breaks for its transformation of a vacant former manufacturing plant outside Jamestown.
When Delaware North lost the high-profile hospitality account in 2016 for Yosemite National Park, the family business went through heartbreak.
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As bankrupt homegrown company Athenex Inc. fades away, where does Western New York go from here in its hunt for a biotech blockbuster?
Crystal Rodriguez-Dabney will have a senior leadership position at Roswell Park and have influence on initiatives across the organization, the cancer center said Tuesday.
Dennis Ryan's ESG Energy Holdings wants to construct a pair of 5-megawatt solar arrays, using 66 acres of land adjacent to the Cummins Engine plant in Jamestown.
Refresco Beverages US has agreed to acquire the 9.5-acre property at 26 E. Talcott St., and an additional parcel for $1.5 million, ensuring that the prominent but empty site will be reused and returned to the city tax rolls after a decade of ownership by the CCIDA.
The markets will provide a way for legal weed cultivators to move the glut of product they've had sitting in storage as they wait for licensed retail dispensaries to open.
A host of new establishments are coming on board to help Western New Yorkers slake their thirst for local wine, cider, beer and mead.
A quick read of news from the past week and a look ahead at what's coming next.
A collection of real estate transactions published in The Buffalo News in 2023.