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  1. Karibu, a new Buffalo newspaper focusing on the immigrant community, launches crowd funding campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Business Journal

    A newspaper that focuses on the immigrant community in Buffalo has launched a crowdfunding campaign in the eventual hope of raising $80,000. The campaign takes place on the GoFundMe platform and will run until the goal is hit.

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  2. Nordstrom Rack to debut in AmherstRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Business Journal

    When the first customers make their way through the doors of Nordstrom Rack, it mark another item deleted from the region's retailing bucket list. Local shoppers who have been pressing for a Nordstrom presence in the Buffalo Niagara region will, come Sept.

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  3. Bankruptcy filings went lower in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The monthly update on bankruptcy cases across Western New York showed a decline last month and took the year-to-date filings lower. Overall, there were 340 cases in U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Western District, a drop of 8.8 percent from August 2014.

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  4. Papa Jake's being added to Hutch's menuRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Business Journal

    One of North Buffalo's best-known restaurateurs is poised to take over an Elmwood Avenue tavern, a move that will add a slightly different dining dimension to his existing portfolio. Mark Hutchinson , owner of Hutch's and two other upscale restaurants, has confirmed he is in the process of buying the recently-closed Papa Jake's.

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  5. Lighting of historic Buffalo grain mill planned for NovemberRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corp. is targeting November for the debut of the decorative lighting of the Connecting Terminal grain mill on Buffalo's waterfront. Tom Dee , ECHDC president, said the awaited grain mill lighting initiative is scheduled to begin its nightly run by mid-November, perhaps sooner.

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  6. Science Museum director heads west for new challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Business Journal

    After eight years as CEO at the Buffalo Museum of Science , Mark Mortenson says he's ready for a new challenge, having achieved both his own personal goals and those set out by the museum board of directors. By month's end, Mortenson will be on the other side of the country, beginning to implement a strategic master plan for the Grand Canyon Resort Corp. in a new chief executive officer post.

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  7. Alfred is No. 1 on the list of WNY's smartest communities; where does your town rank?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    That's according to Business First's new ratings of educational attainment by adult residents of all 175 cities and towns in the eight-county region. Alfred, a small town in eastern Allegany County, holds first place because it leads Western New York in three key measures of educational attainment: a It has the highest percentage of adult residents who have graduated from high school: 98.4 percent.

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  8. Here's the rundown on WNY colleges as the new academic year gets underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    Labor Day is almost a week away, but classes have resumed at most of Western New York's colleges and universities. Business First has posted several stories in recent months that are especially relevant as the 2015-2016 academic year gets underway.

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  9. Pierce Arrow Building on the market for $4.99 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Strong interest in the city's Elmwood Village and Hertel Avenue districts has prompted the owners of a historic North Buffalo building to put it up for sale. The Pierce Arrow Building, located at 1685 Elmwood Ave., has been placed on the real estate market by its New York City-based owners, Pierce Arrow Holding LLC. The asking price for the 132,000-square-foot building that dates back to 1906 is $4.99 million.

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  10. Spectrum working to expand services in three countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Spurred by state and federal initiatives, Spectrum Human Services is working to expand its mental health programs geographically while growing its presence in Buffalo. The Buffalo-based agency has submitted proposals that would add crisis services and up to new 20 staff in Wyoming, Genesee and Cattaraugus counties.

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  11. Almost Family completes large acquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Louisville-based home health nursing company Almost Family Inc. has completed its $50.5 million acquisition of the stock of Willcare Health Care. This transaction was first announced in February.

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  12. Glenn Murray: The attorney behind the cameraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Glenn Murray calls his adventure of picking up a camera on a regular basis "a diary of an unlikely, itinerant photographer." The Buffalo attorney's passion for photography was born out of a midlife crisis nearly a decade ago and became a way for him to express joy and excitement, not to mention escape from the realities of everyday life.

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  13. UB Law faculty member talks 'Deflategate'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    Nellie Drew has been involved in sports law ever since she developed her thesis on exploring conflict resolution in the National Hockey League . With the help of Gerry Meehan , then-assistant general manager of the Buffalo Sabres , over the course of a school year she got a chance to speak with Seymour Knox and family, who owned the team at the time, as well as Alan Eagleson , former director of the NHLPA, and Robert Swados , former counsel to the NHL and Sabres.

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  14. Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino due for $40 million expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Business Journal

    Buffalo's economic development revival is spurring a $40 million expansion of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino that will see the size of the two-year-old downtown gaming venue grow by more than 42 percent. Seneca Nation of Indians and Seneca Gaming Corp. leaders on Friday confirmed the 28,500-square-foot expansion will begin this fall and when completed will increase the footprint of the South Park Avenue casino to 95,500-square-feet.

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  15. Lexington Co-Op may expand Hertel Avenue development plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Business Journal

    With its $2 million capital campaign nearing its goal, the Lexington Co-Op is not only moving forward with its plans for a second store, it is now considering making the Hertel Avenue location's larger than first anticipated. According to documents filed in Buffalo City Hall, the co-op wants to increase the size of the proposed 9,000-square-feet store to slightly more than 14,000-square-feet by acquiring a neighboring Hertel Avenue property and razing the building to make way for the larger market.

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  16. New York City investors plan School 63 residential conversionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Business Journal

    In what is becoming a growing trend in Buffalo, a vacant city school building is being eyed for a residential-based conversion. Queens-based CB-Emmanuel Realty LLC wants to renovate the former School 63 on Lisbon Avenue in the city's University District into 47 apartments.

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  17. 'Best-kept secret' is how this doctor describes BuffaloRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Business Journal

    Maybe it has something to do with her name, but Dr. Irene Snow wasn't scared off by the Buffalo Blizzard of '77. Yes, 1977 was her first full year in town for medical school at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.

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  18. Hotel construction boom continues in AmherstRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Business Journal

    The town has welcomed a new hotel, Iskalo Development's 138-room Hyatt Place, and there are plans for at least four others. The president and CEO of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce was talking with a site selector for a new budget hotel that was considering the town of Amherst.

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  19. Buffalo does better than most in gender pay disparity, report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Business Journal

    A new report says the pay disparity between men and women who work full-time in the Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls metropolitan region isn't as bad here as it is in other major cities. In fact, the metro region is ranked No.

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  20. Prime Main Street building goes on the marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Business Journal

    A prime piece of downtown Buffalo commercial real estate has gone on the market and, given its high-profile location, is expected to attract the attention of potential buyers. The owners of 1100 Main St. Building, appropriately named 1100 Main Street Associates LLC, have put the 38.682-square-foot building on the local real estate market.

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