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Pegula Sports & Entertainment, in partnership with the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres foundations, has announced it will provide at least $1.2 million in direct community aid to Western New York residents in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Delaware North announced a commitment of $500,000 to the construction of a new Buffalo City Mission Community Center.

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Guests at one downtown Buffalo hotel may now find some of their room service requests fulfilled by a short, silver butler who doesn't work for tips. The Westin Buffalo on Thursday formally introduced what managers say is the first robot butler to be utilized in any hotel in New York State.

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The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy is getting a financial boost from one of downtown's corporate giants to help its forestry management, while furthering a summertime educational opportunity for local youths.

William Hochul taking job with Delaware North

Oct 24, 2016
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Outgoing U.S. Attorney William Hochul has taken a job with Delaware North to serve as the company's general counsel.

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When the Buffalo Sabres begin their 2016-17 National Hockey League season next week, fans will be able to enjoy new food items ranging from specialty hot dogs to sushi. The Sabres, along with Delaware North Sportservice, are emphasizing local flavors that utilize components from local businesses in this year's new menu items.

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The building that has been home to Delaware North Companies since last fall has welcomed an upscale hotel into the 12-story structure. A formal ribbon cutting ceremony was held inside the new Westin Buffalo at Delaware and Chippewa Thursday.

Delaware North is among three new members on the Board of Directors of the American Gaming Association. 

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Delaware North is settling into its new world headquarters in Buffalo's Entertainment District.

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Buffalo-based Delaware North is giving Explore & More a big lift towards opening a new children's museum at Canalside. The company has made a $1 million commitment to the project's capital campaign.

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There's been a big change on the local business scene: Delaware North CEO Jeremy Jacobs is stepping back; sons Lou Jacobs and Jeremy Jacobs Junior are becoming co-CEOs.

Steel frame 'topped off' at 250 Delaware

Oct 10, 2014
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The final steel beam was put in place Friday morning for a major mixed-use complex in the heart of downtown Buffalo.

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The Buffalo Niagara International Airport unveiled $3.8 million in upgrades completed by Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services. The three new additions include convenience stores, a high-end retail store and a new restaurant.

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The steel frame for Delaware North's new corporate headquarters will start rising in downtown Buffalo next week.

Jacobs pursuing new Bills stadium

Jun 13, 2014

Two people involved in discussions have told The Associated Press the family of Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs is proposing to build a stadium to secure the Buffalo Bills' future in the region. 

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Uniland Development has received $9.6 million in tax breaks from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency for a major project at a high-profile intersection in downtown Buffalo. 

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Uniland Development's tax break request for a new office building in downtown Buffalo has one more hurdle to clear.

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Several people urged the Erie County Industrial Development Agency Monday morning to reject a more than $3 million tax break for Uniland Development.

ECIDA grants tax breaks to Delaware North HQ

Nov 18, 2013
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The Erie County Industrial Development Agency voted unanimously Monday morning in favor of sales tax abatements for planned new corporate headquarters for Delaware North Companies.

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Tax relief for the proposed Delaware North headquarters along Delaware Avenue are likely to be approved.

The complicated jigsaw puzzle of the process for a new Delaware North Companies corporate headquarters will start falling into place this afternoon.

The confusing situation surrounding the proposed Delaware North Corporate headquarters is closer to being resolved.

Uniland Development will submit a revised application for financial incentives to the Erie County Industrial Development Agency next week for its proposed Delaware North project. 

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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and Rep. Chris Collins are teaming up in support of doing "what's necessary to keep Delaware North in downtown Buffalo."

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Some questions are delaying proposals for subsidies to help pay for a new corporate home for Delaware North Companies in downtown Buffalo.  

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Saying the "new Buffalo" doesn't need tax breaks to attract investment, State Assemblyman Sean Ryan is attacking the proposal to subsidize a new corporate headquarters and parking ramp for Delaware North.

A national push aimed at eating healthier is being passed along to the National Parks Service and there are some local connections to the effort.

Delaware North searching downtown for headquarters

Aug 27, 2012
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Though they may eventually stay in their current location, Delaware North officials are examining some key downtown spots for their headquarters.

Jim Fink of Business First says Delaware North will be keeping its 350 employees downtown, however the company is exploring its options prior to their lease expiring in 2015.

That's one of many items Jim Fink touched upon during his Press Pass conversation on WBFO and AM 970.

Mayor Brown, Fink expects, will make a decision this week on who will develop the Webster Block near First Niagara Center.