2023-08-10

2023-08-10 E-Edition

PITCH PERFECT

– The Harmonic Edge Quartet played outside The 3 Dog Barber on Saturday, welcoming visitors entering the village on their way to Lancaster’s Renaissance Faire on West Main Street. See more photos on page 10.

Local lifeguard honored for saving boy at Keysa Park pool


Hanna Wozniak, a 2018 graduate of Lancaster High School, who has served as a lifeguard at the Keysa Park pool since 2017, was honored at Monday evening’s Town of Lancaster Board meeting. Wozniak, finishing her last rotation before going home, noticed a boy drifting into the deep end of the pool. Seeing the boy was beginning to struggle, unable to […]

Tied vote sees resolution allowing Tim Hortons on Broadway fail; property owner says legal action possible


The idea of creating a coffee shop at a cornerstone plaza on Broadway in Lancaster was initially well-received by the Town Board, whose members voted to rezone the property in 2022, allowing for a mixed-use multifamily designation, permitting upscale apartments and what was planned to be a Black Rifle Coffee Co. shop. In order to build any form of restaurant […]

Alden native serves aboard US Navy warship in Pearl Harbor

Chris Anstett, a native of Alden, New York, is serving aboard USS Wayne E. Meyer, a U.S. Navy warship, operating out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Anstett, a 2017 graduate of Canisius High School, joined the Navy two years ago. “I wanted to join the Navy because I desired to serve,” said Anstett. “The Navy gave me a chance to see […]

Leadership positions filled for Erie County’s newly established ambulance service

County details training academy program

The Erie County Department of Health has taken a step to making its ambulance service and training academy a reality for residents and visitors to Erie County, filling two leadership positions as of July 31, 2023. Karyn Krytus will serve as director of ambulance services and Donald Turner III will be paramedic program director. First announced in the State of […]

Denver, Muth join leadership at Lancaster Central School District

The Lancaster Central School District announced the newest members of its administrative leadership team. Arlene Denver assumes the role of district food service director, and Kimberly Muth becomes an assistant principal at Lancaster High School. The pair bring wide ranging experience and enthusiasm to their new roles. For Denver, the new role comes after a decade of food service roles […]

Lancaster animal abuser case sheds light on weak laws

Bee Editorial

A Lancaster woman, found guilty in May on the charge of overdriving, torturing and injuring animals, linked to a dog-sitting incident in 2022, where she seriously abused an animal in her care, then refused to return it to the owner, received her sentencing last week before the court. The judge meted out four weekends in jail and three years probation […]

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..CAYUGA CREEK PARK – The Village of Lancaster’s new local park was filled up and fully utilized during the Lancaster Renaissance Faire on Saturday. It was a really nice thing to see, knowing how it was before in contrast with what it provides today. It’s all just a really positive transformation. .. FADING INTO FALL – Summer is a fleeting […]

Out of the Past

90 Years Ago TodayAug. 10, 1933 LANCASTER ENTERPRISE-TIMES PRESENTS HISTORY OF TOWN IN WHICH WE LIVE Lancaster, set off from the Old Township of Clarence and recognized under its new designation in March, 1833, this week celebrates its hundredth anniversary. Several histories of the township are in existence, the most complete having been published in the April 26th, 1928 edition […]