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April 25, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

County, town set to repair roads

According to Legislator Ed Rath, three county-maintained streets — Dodge, Hopkins and North French roads — are scheduled for repairs this year.  (See editorial on page four)  Rath said milling and overlay work will be conducted More...

Board receives update on strategic plan for special education

Amherst schools

The Amherst School Board received an update on the district’s strategic plan for special education and pupil personnel services at its April 17 meeting.  More...

Forums to guide town’s Comprehensive Plan

Town officials this week will continue their series of neighborhood forums, allowing residents and property owners to discuss concerns for their specific sections of the community.  Initiated by the Planning Department, the 90-minute forums are More...

Explore Buffalo to offer tours of Williamsville

Explore Buffalo will be offering eight walking tours of the Village of Williamsville, with the first set for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 5. Attendees will be able to visit many sites in the village, originally established as Williams Mills. More...

A MARCH IN APRIL

— Students from The Park School on Friday afternoon marched along Harlem Road to show their support for more gun control measures to be enacted in the country. More...

Assessments, not testing, new focus

Sweet Home Central

Stating that testing is “way different” from making assessments, a Sweet Home School District official briefed the Board of Education on April 10 regarding changes within the classroom.  Scott Wolf, coordinator of secondary education More...