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October 5, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Community comes first for Rotary president

SOMEONE YOU SHOULD KNOW

Robert Benzel, a native of Lancaster and lifelong village resident, lost his hearing 11 years ago as a result of a rare genetic disorder, Type 2 neurofibromatosis. More...

Lancaster resident honored as legislature’s Citizen of Month

The Erie County Legislature has honored Lancaster resident Dick Young as the September 2017 Citizen of the Month.  More...

News Brief

The Depew West End Hose Company No. 6 Auxiliary has filled 150 “blessing bags” with personal care items and donated them to the Buffalo City Mission. More...

News Brief

Our Lady of Pompeii Parish youth groups meet on Thursdays, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for grades seven through eight, and 7:30 to 9 p.m. for grades nine through 12, at the ministry center, 129 Laverack Ave., Lancaster. More...

Depew church celebrates 15 years

Centerpointe, a nondenominational church in Depew, celebrated its 15th anniversary mid-September, with a special service and gathering.  Pastor Michael Nieves said he started the church in 2002 with two other pastors, no money, and no place to s More...

Seminar to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Throughout October, the Breast Cancer Network will host several educational seminars to raise awareness and educate survivors and the public on various topics related to breast cancer.  There will be a genetic testing and counseling seminar with More...

NYSID recognizes statewide work

Mark Natalzia, a custodial worker with Southeast Works Inc. in Depew, was one of 10 Western New Yorkers with disabilities recognized by Joslin Outstanding Performers through NYSID’s annual people-centered awards program. More...