- BAILOUT: GM may be considering taking back Delphi General Motors Corp. could be in discussions with Delphi Corp. about taking back some Delphi factories, which could include its Lockport plant.
- KENMORE: Kane Doyle redevelopment includes $8.6 million in tax breaks Millions of dollars in tax credits could help fix at least part of Kenmore’s vacant car lot problem.
- KEN-TON: Company seeks to merge comics and learning
- BUSINESS: Liquor store owners wary of wine in liquor stores If Gov. David Paterson has his way, wine racks could become a stable of New York grocery stores.
- BUSINESS: Pizzeria’s one-day ban on wings gains national attention Tammy Slote visited Sammy’s Pizzeria on Monday in search of some of the finest chicken wings in the city.
- CITY OF TONAWANDA: Foreclosure auction draws many bids House flippers, neighbors, investors and the just plain curious came out in force Thursday evening to Tonawanda City Hall for the city’s first tax foreclosure auction in nearly two years.
- HOSPITALS: CHS adds Sabres games to in-room TV service Buffalo Sabres fans can no longer use missing a game as an excuse to put off medical treatment.
- ECONOMY: Recession hits small business owners hard KENMORE — January is a notoriously tough month for retailers, and on the heels of a dismal holiday shopping season, the first month of 2009 is looking even more grim than usual.
- BUSINESS: Chicken wing shortage hits area Western New Yorkers have put up with a lot on Super Bowl Sundays over the years, but this might take the cake.
LIFESTYLE: Hungry for change
There’s growing sentiment that this is something the whole $75 billion casual dining industry needs to do. We know their names — such as T.G.I. Friday’s, Chili’s, Applebee’s — but over the years, too many of the nation’s 81,000 casual dining restaurants have come to look, taste and feel the same.
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