Weekly Feature



November 7, 2007 RSS feed / Business

Bank to hold food drive, mitten, hat collection

The holiday season is upon us, and employees at Waterford Village Bank are asking community members to not only think of friends and family during these times, but also those less fortunate. More...

Meetings

Customer loyalty to be topic of seminar Buffalo Niagara Sales & Marketing Executives will hold a seminar titled "Beyond Customer Loyalty: How to Drive Continued Sales from Your Existing Clients" at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. More...

Process kills larvae living in wooden packaging

H&H Wood Products has started using a pallet kiln, which reduces insect infestation that has been traced to wooden packages from foreign countries. H&H president William K. More...

Sales, marketing group lists board members

New officers have been named by the Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives. Members of the executive committee are Althea Luehrsen, president; Jeffrey Reed, executive vice president; Marion Kopin, CPA treasurer; Joseph W. More...

Business News

Hunt Real Estate Corporation raised more than $10,000 during an Oktoberfest Auction to benefit the United Way. The event was held Oct. 17 at Main-Transit Fire Hall in Amherst. More...

Brighton Optical enters 40th year of brightening vision

Brighton Optical celebrated its 40th year in the eye business in October. Owner Bob Zachary attributes the company's success to changing with the times. More...

Investment information presented in free seminar

Residents are welcome to attend a free seminar on wise and safe investing, presented by AARP, the office of the New York attorney general and the Investor Protection Trust. More...

Chiropractic office supports Buffalo shelter

Do you have room for one more gift on your shopping list? Consider adding a present for Cornerstone Manor. Donations of pajamas, gift baskets and money are needed for the facility in Buffalo that houses women and children. More...

Women's hospital board donates $30,000 for gastrointestinal equipment

The Women's Board of Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital has donated $30,000 for the purchase of an esophageal manometer. This is just the latest in a decades-long history of financial support of the hospital by the Women's Board. More...

AAA launches new 'Easy Ride' service

AAA Western and Central New York has launched a new personal transportation service in the Amherst area. "Easy Ride" offers "convenient, and reliable" car rides around town, the company stated. More...