Solar Frontier, one of the largest and fastest growing global solar companies, could open their next manufacturing plant in Buffalo, a move that would create 250 new jobs.
The State Liquor Authority has approved a license for a wine and liquor store in front of the Wegmans on Amherst Street.
Caesars Entertainment entered the competition to open a casino in upstate New York on Tuesday with a proposal to build a $750 million complex 50 miles north of New York City.
Crews are re-installing the iconic marquee over the front entrance of the Riviera Theatre. The restored marquee has its original rose and green neon lights as well as a new LED display.
The Buffalo-Niagara Falls area is in the midst of a lodging industry boom, with more than two dozen new hotels expected to be built in the region over the next few years.
Solar Frontier, a Japanese firm, is exploring the possibility of setting up shop in this part of the state while rooting its headquarters in the Albany area at the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
The Buffalo Bills have settled a class-action lawsuit after accusations they sent too many text message alerts to fans who were part of their text messaging service.
New York authorities have reached an agreement with a national home goods retailer to end its policy of disqualifying job seekers who have a felony record.
There is no doubt that the local racetracks and racinos are contributing cash to the local economy.
The city will soon decide whether it will enter into a new contract with the emergency medical provider, or choose a different company.
Five former Buffalo Jills cheerleaders filed a lawsuit against the Buffalo Bills Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, claiming they were exploited by the team, which they say failed to pay them in accordance with the state’s minimum wage laws.
Letchworth State Park has chosen Earth Day to announce plans to build a year-round nature center featuring state-of-the-art space for programming and technology.