Weekly Feature

February 16, 2017 RSS feed / Business

Erie County officials seeking faster internet speeds for all residents

There are few things more infuriating than a slow internet connection. This is especially true in Erie County, where a large swath of the population does not have access to the fastest broadband speeds. More...

M&T Bank provides funding for homebuyer education

M&T Bank provided over $600,000 in grants to 40 not-for-profit organizations providing homeownership education services to thousands of individuals, families, seniors, students, veterans and others across New York State since the beginning of 201 More...

Polish Arts Club offers scholarships

The Polish Arts Club of Buffalo Scholarship Foundation is accepting applications for a $1,000 college or university scholarship. Applicants must be legal residents of New York state and of Polish ancestry. More...

LCTV opens scholarship applications

Lockport Community Television, the Lockport Community Cable Commission and Charter Cable have announced that applications are being accepted for college scholarships to students enrolling in a communications field and to those students currently work More...

TECH SAVVY

Catholic Charities of Buffalo announces the appointment of David Wirtner as director of information technology. He will oversee the department, as well as the agency’s IT strategy. More...

Resident hired as marketing specialist

Olivia Basile of Cheektowaga has been hired as marketing specialist at McGuire Development Company.  In her capacity as marketing specialist, Basile will contribute creative influence to the development and execution of marketing and branding ef More...

East Hill accepting proposals

The East Hill Foundation is accepting grant proposals from nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations that serve Western New York through the foundation’s online grants portal. A letter of intent form is due on or before Monday, May 15. More...