Weekly Feature



June 21, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

A HELPING HAND

— Linda Green and Joan Bentkowski, with Trinity Food Pantry, get lightbulb packages ready for distribution. More...

Maryvale ponders facial recognition software to bolster security

In the wake of deadly school shootings throughout the country, Western New York districts are considering enhanced security measures in their buildings, and now, Maryvale could be the latest area school to implement cutting-edge — and controver More...

STICK THE LANDING

— Tristan Carrig flies through the air to karate chop a board in half while his tae kwon do teacher, Matthew Russo, holds the board in place. More...

News Briefs

The Lancaster Kiwanis Club meets at 5:30 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Lancaster Municipal Building, 5423 Broadway, Lancaster. For more information, call Kelly at 868-6553.   More...

Bill would prevent double bunking in cells

The New York State Senate has passed legislation prohibiting the double bunking of inmates within dormitory style state correctional facilities, according to Sen. More...

News Brief

The Lancaster-Depew Rotary Club will hold an antique and classic car show on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Depew High School, 5201 Transit Road. Vehicle registration will be from 3 to 6 p.m., and awards will be presented at 8 p.m. More...

Lancaster Girl Scout receives Gold Award

Genevieve Fontana of Lancaster was one of 38 Girl Scouts in Western New York to receive Gold Awards for 2018.  Fontana was recognized for her Take Action project: Creating Memories One Masterpiece at a Time, Art Around Buffalo.  Projects ar More...

Lancaster Town Band continues its 73rd season schedule

The Lancaster Town Band will kick off its 73rd season next week, with concerts starting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, unless otherwise noted, at the Richard E. Pascucci Memorial Band Shell, 200 Oxford Ave. in Lancaster. More...

Elderwood set for summer concerts, car cruises

Elderwood at Cheektowaga’s first summer concert of the season, scheduled for Wednesday, June 27, coincides with the first of two cruise nights scheduled at the senior living campus at 225 Bennett Road, Cheektowaga.  More...

Political Brief

Lancaster Judge Jeremy Colby has been endorsed by the Erie County Conservative Party for re-election as Lancaster town justice. Colby was first elected as Lancaster justice in 2014. More...

Lancaster Music Department plans summer concerts

The Lancaster Central School District music department has set several upcoming concerts. All concerts are held at Lancaster High School, 1 Forton Drive, unless otherwise noted. More...