Weekly Feature



November 2, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Personal trainer inspires transformation

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Starting a new regimen can be tough, especially if it involves exercise and changing your diet. Personal trainer Serofino Giambattista helps motivate people as they embark on a journey to make physical and mental changes in their lives. More...

Political memorabilia exhibit on display

Fans of political banners, posters, buttons, ribbons, badges and much recently had a chance to bid for items and check out what is on display at the “Back To Buffalo” Political Memorabilia Show this weekend.  On Oct. More...

Daemen College opens Alumni House

Daemen College has opened the doors to its newest addition to campus, Alumni House, which will serve as a central hub for the Office of Institutional Advancement’s fundraising, alumni relations and publications operations.  More...

‘Thank-A-Vet’ outreach to be offered at Senior Center

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs will hold a “Thank-A-Vet” outreach event from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. More...

North Presbyterian, Shir Shalom to hold joint services

In November, religious leaders of two faith traditions — Christian and Jew — will come together for a sermon dialog to discuss topics that are central to both traditions.  Rabbi Alex Lazarus-Klein of Congregation Shir Shalom and the More...

ECC, Bak USA to provide 2-in-1 laptop computers for students

Starting this fall semester, students of SUNY Erie Community College’s Nursing Program now have a new way to enhance their locally lauded training and learning outcomes: interactive tablets from City Campus neighbor, Bak USA.  More...

Sweet Home Distinguished Alumni WALL of Fame

Richard G. Abbott   Richard G. Abbott, class of 1972, is a highly-regarded attorney who has been active for decades in charitable and community service organizations in the Buffalo area. More...

Cleaning crew accused of stealing medication

Two cleaning women, one from Amherst and the other from Kenmore, have been arrested for allegedly stealing a client’s medication.  An investigation led by an Erie County sheriff’s deputy, Richard Lundberg, resulted in the arrests of More...

SWEET TREATS

— Kiley Kohler, 5, and her brother, Jace, 3, receive candy from Rosalie Rossi on Saturday during a visit to the Elderwood Village at Williamsville for Halloween trick or treating. More...

Tax exemptions to be renewed by March 1

According to Town Assessor Dave Marrano, taxable status begins March 1, 2017, effective with the filing of the 2017 Assessment Roll.  He said taxpayers renewing for any real property tax exemption — for example, Enhanced STAR, Enhanced STA More...

News Brief

Emerging Business Leaders will host a fall ProMix event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Lloyd Taco Factory, 1503 Hertel   Ave., Buffalo. Each ticket includes a taco and a featured drink. The event costs $15 per person. More...

BLOCK PARTY-

Sweet Home’s Christie Ackendorf (14) and Tirzah Peters (8) go up to block a kill attempt by North Tonawanda outside hitter Julie Milbrand (11) during the Lady Panthers’ 25-17, 25-17, 25-1 More...

Meet The Candidates

Thomas Loughran 61st Senate candidate D, WEP I am running for the New York State Senate, District 61, to bring major ethics and campaign reform to Albany in an effort to root out the rampant corruption that has plagued our state government in recent More...