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October 19, 2016 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Village officials will do what is best for residents

Once again, Williamsville faces the dilemma of changing the face of the village. The Herbert F. Darling Company, which has occupied space in a residential area for years, has sold its property to a developer.  More...

Community should question state senator

The Town of Amherst has taken the Climate Smart Communities pledge and is currently actively working on becoming certified by the state.  More...

Event volunteers, police deserve kudos for efforts

With summer 2016 becoming a distant memory, the Williamsville Village Board wanted to take an opportunity to thank those that made it one of the best. More...

Residential safety should be highest priority

Amherst traffic is becoming more and more horrendous as more and more development is being squeezed into every open area.  A townwide traffic study has not been done since the mid-1990s. We are long overdue. More...

Teaching hunting in gym classes an outrageous idea

Teach hunting and fishing in school gym classes? That’s outrageous. What a shame that a legislator sponsored such a bill and senators voted for it. The hunting fraternity appears desperate to recruit new hunters. More...