Weekly Feature



November 10, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

FAMILY SUPPORT

— Monica P. Wallace, elected on Tuesday to the 143rd District seat in the New York State Assembly, heads out to the polls at Lancaster High School. More...

POST-ELECTION PARTY

— Those attending Western New York’s Republican post-election party enjoy drinks and appetizers at The Avant downtown as they anxiously await results. More...

PROUD VOTER

— Monica P. Wallace, elected on Tuesday to the 143rd District Assembly seat, casts her ballot at Lancaster High School on Election Day. Wallace, a Democrat, defeated Republican Russell W. More...

Municipal, school meetings scheduled in November

The Depew Village Board will be meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, at 85 Manitou St. in Depew. More...

Area housing at risk for lead poisoning

The Erie County Department of Health recognized the last week in October as National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, according to its press release.  ECDOH’s Division of Environmental Health is charged with educating residents about the da More...

CIVIC DUTY

— Russell W. Sugg, Lancaster Village trustee, votes at the Lancaster Opera House on Election Day. Sugg, who was seeking the New State Assembly seat in the 143rd District, lost to Monica P. More...

VOTING

— Russell W. Sugg, Lancaster Village trustee, casts his vote on Election Day at the Lancaster Opera House. Sugg was unsuccessful in his bid for the state Assembly seat in the 143rd District. More...

Local News

The Depew High School Academy of Finance is looking for industry professionals to volunteer and share their talents, expertise and experiences with academy students throughout the school year. A networking breakfast will be held from 8 to 9 a.m. More...

WNY Girl Scouts join global initiative

Girl Scouts of Western New York has become a part of #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide, according t More...

Lancaster district details new allergy regulations, approves $100K more in capital project work

The Lancaster School District is taking a more comprehensive approach to protecting students against severe allergic reactions, according to a presentation on district policy delivered to Board of Education members on Monday night.  More...

SEASONAL DECORATING

— Joan Reeves, left, and Briana Gray participate in a pumpkin decorating contest at Lancaster’s Elderwood Health Care on Como Park Boulevard. More...