The New York Attorney General’s Office is taking action against contractors who don’t deliver, including the owner of JRJ Contracting in Western New York.
Judging by the turnout Thursday afternoon, there will be no shortage of food served during events at Buffalo’s Canalside this summer.
The nation’s largest arts and crafts chain said its subsidiary Aaron Brothers was also attacked, with about 400,000 cards potentially affected.
The chilly start to spring is putting a costly delay on industries that depend on warmer weather.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office and State Police were on standby on Thursday on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation in Akron after threats of violence were made over a land ownership dispute.
First Student is closing its Getzville location and laying off around 80 employees.
A demolition company now admits it violated the Clean Air Act when it tore down the former Dahlstrom industrial complex on Buffalo Street in Jamestown.
An Albany-based pharmaceutical company that’s part of a $250 million economic development project in Buffalo is shutting down its Syracuse-area research center, eliminating 45 jobs.
A new pet clinic in Buffalo hosted an open house at its facility on Niagara Street Wednesday night.
The owner of the Plaid Petunia has reached a settlement with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, agreeing to pay back all the deposits the brides-to-be had paid in advance for floral arrangements and other wedding-related services.
Seventy-five student teams have signed up to pitch business ideas or ideas that provide solutions to real-world challenges in just 90 seconds before a panel of judges at UB.
The New York comptroller says media and technology company Comcast has agreed to disclose its political spending annually on its website.