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Harrison Radiator - 1929

Harrison Radiator - 1929

HARRISON RADIATOR BUILDING #3  under construction in April of 1929. View is looking SW from intersection of Walnut & Elm Street, Lockport N.Y.  Harrison Radiator started in Lockport in 1910 when Herbert C. Harrison developed the first hexagonal cell honeycomb radiator. The Company is now Delphi Thermal Systems on Upper Mountain Rd. in Lockport.

Picture below is same view as it looks today. (Google Earth image)

The Buffalo History Gazette

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NOCO Express completes renovations at Williams Road, Niagara Falls store

NOCO Express completes renovations at Williams Road, Niagara Falls store

NOCO Express announced today the completion of renovations at its store located at 6724 Williams Rd, at the corner of Niagara Falls Blvd., in Niagara Falls. The two-week interior remodel provides an updated look and expanded fresh product selection.

 

“We encourage our Niagara Falls area customers to check out our fresh, new format,” said Jim DeFilippis, vice president and general manager, NOCO Express. “This remodel provides more convenient food options to grab on the go with an increased variety of fresh items such as sandwiches, salads and healthier snacks to choose from.”

 

Real Estate Expert to Offer Seminar for Older Adults and Caregivers

Real Estate Expert to Offer Seminar for Older Adults and Caregivers

Michael Olear, a licensed real estate broker and member of the Olear Team at MJ Peterson, will present an educational seminar at Brookdale Williamsville on Saturday, March 5, at 11 am. Brookdale is located at 6076 Main St., Williamsville.

The seminar is open to the community and focuses on real estate topics relevant to older adults and their loved ones and caregivers, including right-sizing and simplifying a living situation, legal and regulatory issues to be aware of, and available resources and tools related to these matters. To register, please call Brookdale at 632-7123.

New Owner Brings Friendly, Professional Atmosphere to Sink or Swim Tattoo

New Owner Brings Friendly, Professional Atmosphere to Sink or Swim Tattoo

Sink or Swim Tattoo, located on the second floor of a commercial building at 1040 Payne Ave., North Tonawanda, is under new ownership, with a familiar face now running the operation.

Former Sink or Swim tattoo artist Keith Kuzara took ownership of the business on Oct. 1, 2015, after working at the shop for nearly four years. Kuzara is a self-taught and award-winning tattoo artist with six years of industry experience.

“I was planning on opening my own shop eventually, when this opportunity suddenly popped up,” said Kuzara. “With the previous owner moving out of state, the timing and situation was right to take over the business.”

Sink or Swim now employs five tattoo artists, including the multi-tattooed owner.

Niagara University Establishes Brennan Center For Language, Culture And Leadership

Niagara University Establishes Brennan Center For Language, Culture And Leadership

Niagara University announced today the creation of the Edward A. Brennan Center for Language, Culture and Leadership, which will endeavor to meet the needs of international families and students, and serve English language learners within the global community.

As another spoke of Niagara University’s umbrella of outreach, the Center for Language, Culture and Leadership will embrace the richness of culture and language of Niagara’s students, faculty and communities, and extend the university’s Vincentian mission to agencies that serve refugee, migrant and immigrant populations.

Niagara University Partners With New Hospitality And Tourism Training Center In Vietnam

Niagara University Partners With New Hospitality And Tourism Training Center In Vietnam

Niagara University has entered into a formal international partnership with a new Vietnamese hospitality and tourism training center that’s aligned with the five-star Imperial Hotel in Vung Tau.

Drums Along the Waterfront Event Seeks Support From Local Business Community

Drums Along the Waterfront Event Seeks Support From Local Business Community

Drums Along the Waterfront Tour of Champions, an annual event that brings the world’s greatest drum corps to Western New York each August, is seeking corporate sponsors for the 2016 event. Drums Along the Waterfront returns to Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 7.

“Drums Along the Waterfront brings the world’s greatest musical athletes to the Buffalo area for a remarkable display of sound and athleticism,” said event director Jack Gaylord Jr. “But like any endeavor of this size, there are certain set expenses that we need to overcome each year. Therefore, we are reaching out to Western New York’s business community with a plea for support.”