Weekly Feature



May 13, 2015 RSS feed / Local News

Mensch to resubmit environmental document to town

The Town Board, during a work session on Monday, requested that Mensch Capital Partners work with the Planning Department prior to submitting a revised draft environmental impact statement regarding the former Westwood Country Club property.  More...

ON STAGE

— Timothy Nettina, left, Brendan Leong, Zachary Zelazo and Abigail Karaszewski will be performing in the musical production of “Godspell” this week at St. More...

Business Brief

Friendly’s Amherst restaurants, located at 4350 Maple Road and 6651 Transit Road, will celebrate their reopenings by providing guests with a $2 original burger and 10-ounce junior Fribble combo. More...

Village looks at traffic counts, discusses noise ordinance

Traffic congestion in the area of Evans and Eagle streets was the topic of a presentation at a Village Board work session on Monday by representatives of the Greater Buffalo Niagara Regional Transportation Council.  More...

Amherst schools detail budget

¦ Reduction of guidance counselor position opposed

In an Amherst schools budget hearing on May 5, Business Administrator Melanie Conley detailed the 2015-16 budget expenditures and revenues.  District residents will go to the polls from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. More...

Farmers Market set to open on May 16

The Williamsville Farmers Market will open Saturday, May 16, with Island Park as its location for the 2015 season.  The market was moved from its traditional location on East Spring Street because of planned construction on the street set to beg More...

Business Brief

Julianne Lepo, a certified divorce financial analyst, has expanded her Amherst practice to join her partners of Silver Grove Financial Group Inc., at their Orchard Park location, 4201 N. Buffalo Road. More...

MEET THE CANDIDATES

Paul Batt Board Candidate Amherst District More...

Fire causes $105K damage to Darwin Drive house

Snyder firefighters on Monday night responded to a Darwin Drive residence where a fire caused about $105,000 damage.  According to Snyder Chief Paul Griebner, residents inside the home at 180 Darwin, near Kings Highway, reported the fire at abou More...