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August 23, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Local educator releases children’s nature book

Dave Bauer grew up in an era before video games and cellphones, when children enthusiastically played in the outdoors until the streetlights went on. More...

Collins says new legislation will tighten security at border

Rep. Chris Collins (NY-27) recently cosponsored legislation that he says will improve security at ports of entry. More...

EIGHT-SIDED FUNDRAISER

EIGHT-SIDED FUNDRAISER — The Newstead Historical Society hosted a benefit gala earlier this month, with proceeds going to help with upgrading the Rach-Twinn Octagon House in Akron. More...

Senior News

The Clarence Senior Center is located at 4600 Thompson Road. Contact the center at 633-5138 to sign up for activities. More...

World leaders in geographic information science speak at UB

In 1992, University at Buffalo graduate students brought top geographic information scientists to Western New York for what would become the first inaugural International Conference on Geoinformatics.  The conference led to the formation of the More...

Wegmans School of Pharmacy announces new program for ECC

A new partnership between St. John Fisher College and SUNY Erie Community College will offer two qualified students guaranteed acceptance into the Wegmans School of Pharmacy. More...

Out of the Past

125 Years Ago Aug. 25, 1892   Quite a number of our people attended the picnic held in Delaware Grove, Wolcottsburg, last Saturday, and report a very good time.  More...

Candlelight memorial to remember those lost to opioids

At 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 31, the second Candlelight Memorial to remember loved ones, neighbors, colleagues and friends who have succumbed to opioid addiction will be held at the LaSalle Park Pavilion Bandshell. More...

Forgotten no longer

Story of Williamsville High School graduate killed in World War II comes to light 75 years later

In one of his brief letters home, young Sgt. Alan L. Halsey told his mother to sell his bicycle. Hopefully she could get $8 for it and keep most of the money for herself.  More...


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