Weekly Feature



November 16, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

THINK GREEN

— William Schroeder, Lancaster Village mayor, left; Johanna Coleman, Town of Lancaster supervisor; and Chris Balbierez, with Waste Management Corp., worked together for the “Think Green G More...

BPO trombonist to perform with Lancaster High School bands on Monday

The Lancaster High School bands will present an annual guest artist concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. More...

Village of Lancaster passes four new laws

The Lancaster Village Board held five public hearings at Monday’s meeting, leading to four new laws, including one that involves e-cigarettes and vaping devices.  More...

News Brief

Residents can purchase $25 gift certificates to 99 Brick Oven, 99 Aurora St. More...

NOT FORGOTTEN —

Buffalo Police K-9 Officer Anthony Marshall and Officer Craig Lehner’s dog, Shield, are shown at Saturday’s Veterans Day event in Russell J. Salvatore’s Patriots and Heroes Park. More...

WELL EARNED

— These veterans are among those recognized by Holy Mother of the Rosary Cathedral at its monthly fish fry. The event provided veterans who attended with a free dinner. More...

Police seek motive in Dollar General shooting

A Tuesday afternoon shooting at a Dollar General store near the West Seneca border has left one person shot, a 29-year-old man in custody and law enforcement scrambling to piece together a motive in what could have been the latest in a string of mass More...

MISSION POSSIBLE

— St. More...

On the Campus

Heather Teichmann of Lancaster was one of five Oneonta State College students to participate in the 2017 College Fed Challenge. Teams analyze economic conditions and recommend a course for monetary policy. More...

COOL KIDS

— Students at St. Mary’s Elementary School in Lancaster participated in Red Ribbon Week, an event that teaches children to say no to drugs and bullying. More...

Mychajliw and library get deal on rare books

Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. Mychajliw recently announced that he received approval from the Erie County Legislature to loan a series of historic ledgers to the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library System. More...