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May 26, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Lancaster DECA students compete in Nashville

Two weeks ago, four Lancaster DECA students and their adviser participated at the International Career Development Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.  More...

Community awards to be given by Chamber

The Lancaster Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking registrations for its annual Community Leadership Awards Luncheon, scheduled to take place from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, at the Lancaster Country Club. More...

Plymouth Crossroads seeks volunteers for Bluesfest

Plymouth Crossroads, located on Broadway in Lancaster, provides a home to young men who are experiencing hardships or homelessness. More...

Students learn real-world finance lessons

Lancaster High School’s Academy of Finance seniors participated in a real-world budgeting simulation for juniors called “Mad City Money,” a program put on with supervision from the Lancaster Depew Federal Credit Union staff.  T More...

STAR program undergoes restructuring

According to officials in the Town of Lancaster, recent law changes have resulted in the restructuring of the STAR program, which will impact numerous residents.  More...

Seventh-graders learn glass-making techniques

When students from St. More...

Sheriff, county clerk encourage drivers to replace peeling license plates

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs and Sheriff Timothy Howard are reminding motorists that if they have a license plate that has peeling paint or de-lamination, they should bring it to the Erie County Auto Bureau to be replaced at no cost in order to avo More...

News Briefs

The Junior League of Buffalo is seeking a home to serve as the 19th Decorators’ Show House. More...