Weekly Feature



November 1, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Rath seeks to prevent stolen valor in new law

Impersonation of a veteran or member of the military may soon become punishable by law if Legislator Ed Rath’s proposal is enacted by the Erie County Legislature.  More...

Town approves $127M budget, posts 1.3 percent tax levy hike

In a 4-1 vote on Monday, the Town Board adopted the supervisor’s proposed 2018 budget of about $127.2 million that carries a $1.73 million spending increase from the current year.  More...

Williamsville students to perform with quartet

At the invitation of the University at Buffalo Music Department, the Mir√≥ Quartet returns to Western New York this week, featuring musicians from Williamsville Central.  The quartet will perform a pair of programs under the co-sponsorship of the More...

Program to address important documents of life

Catholic Health Faith Community Nurse Program, St. Benedict’s Church, St. Leo the Great Church and St. More...

Daemen graduates shown to have less loan debt

Daemen College is among the top 25 private colleges in the nation for graduating students with the lowest amount of private loan debt, according new rankings released by the Student Loan Report, a guide that focuses on student loan news and informati More...

Costume participants sought for Turkey Trot

YMCA representatives are reminding people in the community to keep their costumes available after Halloween to use for the sixth annual costume contest on Thanksgiving morning before the start of the Turkey Trot.  As part of the annual running t More...

State funding to benefit criminal justice system

Gov. Andrew M. More...

Leaf pickup begins this week

The Highway Department will begin picking up leaves on Wednesday, Nov. More...

SPECIAL GUEST

— Lindsay Shookus, a Saturday Night Live producer and Williamsville Central alumnus, speaks to students during a presentation held Friday at South High School. More...

Constitutional convention to be debated

Experts will discuss a ballot proposal being voted on next week regarding a New York State constitutional convention at a lecture scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Daemen College’s Duns Scotus Hall Room 236.  More...

Meet the Local Candidates

Steve CichonCounty Clerk candidate D, W, WEP I’m Steve Cichon, and I’m running for Erie County clerk. Like you, I’ve never run for office or been involved with politics. More...

News Brief

NOCO customers and employees recently donated $19,456 to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Western & Central New York Chapter. NOCO Express customers had the opportunity to make a $1 donation towards the campaign in September. More...

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

— Doctors Robin Hoebel, left, Rebecca Sorley-Mastrodomenico, Maria Corigliano, Theresa Rush and Ellen Sterman, as well as other staff members at Audubon Women’s Medical Associates, recent More...