Weekly Feature

May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Business

AAA: Preparation key to safe summer travel

This summer, AAA expects to rescue 7 million American drivers, with the majority facing battery, lock and tire-related issues, according to a recent press release, but the number could soar higher, with a AAA survey revealing that four out of 10 Amer More...

Business Brief

The 2017 Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing will take place Tuesday, May 23, at Diamond Hawk Golf Course, 255 Sonwil Drive. Registration and driving range time starts at 10 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 11 a.m. More...

State senator supports cut in workers’ compensation rates

State Sen. Chris Jacobs recently expressed his support after the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board submitted a workers’ compensation rate decrease of approximately 4.5 percent, according to a release from Jacobs’ office.  More...

‘What She’s Made of’ event set for May 22

Teresa C. Younger, a speaker, activist and advocate for women’s economic justice, will serve as the keynote speaker for an event to benefit the WNY Women’s Foundation. More...

5 Wits location coming to Walden Galleria in June

Cheektowaga is set to get an immersive entertainment venue that the company says is “unlike anything in the Buffalo area.”  More...

Resident hired at Buffalo design firm

Design firm Clark Patterson Lee said Tuesday that Erik Latiuk has been hired as a mechanical engineer at the company’s Buffalo office.   More...

Lake Shore Savings starts mobile banking

Lake Shore Savings Bank has officially launched LS Business, which allows business customers to manage their finances from their mobile devices. More...

VETCON Buffalo will host morning seminar

The Tully Rinckey Foundation brings its Veterans in Economic Transition Conference to the Wyndam Garden Inn, 5195 Main St., Williamsville, for a symposium at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, June 24. More...