Weekly Feature

August 9, 2017 RSS feed / Editorials

Damage from severe storms can be mitigated

It has been a wild summer for weather, and most of it has, unfortunately, not been due to hot or sunny days. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Aug. 11, 1892   The public schools here will commence on Monday, Sept. 5th, and continue for a term of 10 months. A limited number of non-resident pupils will be admitted at the rate of thirty-five cents per week.  More...

UNDER THE HOOD

UNDER THE HOOD — Ken Hobel looks at a Chevy 350 engine belonging to a 1939 Ford two-door sedan street rod, The car was a part of the 14th Annual Taste of Clarence and Cruise Night held at the C More...

Economic development to make everyone proud

Last month, I was joined by various stakeholders in our community to announce truly exciting news about the property that was once the home of the former Bethlehem Steel in the City of Lackawanna. More...

Spindle items

GOODRICH ROAD — The Erie County Department of Public Works anticipates that the long-awaited road reconstruction work on Goodrich Road will begin soon.  More...

Visit of World War II bomber rekindles priceless memories

History filled the air Monday morning as one of the last remaining airworthy B-17 bombers flew into Western New York, with a member of the “Greatest Generation” there to experience it firsthand.  More...

Agriculture continues as backbone of state economy

As we enjoy our county fairs and the bountiful harvest of fruits and vegetables, we need to take a moment to thank our local farmers and remember proudly that agriculture is still the number one industry within our great state. More...


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