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April 19, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Bee News reporter named Rookie of Year by NY Press

Bee Group Newspapers received three awards last weekend at the New York Press Association’s annual convention.  Reporter Holly Lipka won Rookie of the Year honors for her submission of five articles, including two that appeared in all nine More...

Future Curators exhibition opens at Albright-Knox, BCAT

Gathering in the auditorium of Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery last week, 16 student curators from high schools around the region celebrated the opening of their very own exhibition, the culmination of four months of work that they said has More...

Depew resident receives UB award

Rachael Cardinal of Depew was one of 15 University at Buffalo students to receive the 2018 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence this month, presented to them by Kristina Johnson, SUNY Chancellor.  “I am immensely proud of t More...

Wildlife on display for Hawk Creek event

Hawk Creek Wildlife Center will celebrate the natural world during its Wild Earth presentation at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. More...

LHS student named outstanding volunteer

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For her innovation and ability to connect with dementia patients through art, Lancaster High School sophomore Genevieve Fontana, a volunteer at the GreenField Health & Rehabilitation Center, has been presented an “Outstanding Youth Voluntee More...

St. Mary’s hosts Bishop Malone

Bishop Richard Malone presided over Mass at St. Mary’s High School on April 11, in celebration of the school’s Easter liturgy.  According to school administrators, the bishop was joined by the Rev. More...

Community service agency changes name

The agency formerly known as Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled has recently changed its name to Community Services for Every1.  More...

Lancaster Central adopts budget

The Lancaster Central Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously adopted the district’s 2018-19 budget, which officials said remains unchanged since being presented to board members last week.  The spending plan is now headed for a public v More...