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October 21, 2010 RSS feed / Editorial

Now is the time to air grievances over looming budget

If you want to have a real chance at helping to shape the 2011 budget for the Town of Lancaster, Nov. 1 is your chance. More...

Out of the Past

100 Years Ago   Oct. 20, 1910   OPEN FOR BUSINESS — George J. More...

McLeod provides court with integrity

As Election Day looms, the right decision regarding the seat for Erie County Court judge is imperative. Judge James A. W. McLeod proves to be a worthy candidate through his experience, integrity and promise of social justice.   More...

Paladino is the most entertaining and dysfunctional candidate ever

Political Columnist

I dare any of you to go into a restaurant, tavern, hair salon or grocery store and find someone who can argue with this statement:   Carl Paladino is the most entertaining candidate to run for public office in the history of New York State. More...

Renovated Convention Center a great attraction

Barbara Miller- Williams

I was honored to speak at the grand opening of the newly remodeled Buffalo Niagara Convention Center on Oct. 4. More...

Spindle items

LISA JOHNSON

• WINNERS FOUR YEARS STRAIGHT — The staff and students of Depew and Lancaster high schools have done it again. More...

Trinity Pantry thanks community

I know that there was a competition. I know that Lancaster High School collected a roomful of non-perishable food items for the Trinity Pantry. I know that Depew High School was collecting for Tri-Community Food Pantry. More...

DiNapoli best choice for comptroller

I believe that every New Yorker deserves to know where their tax dollars are going. This is why the reform of New York’s Retirement System is so crucial. More...

Back then: Why were villages first created?

STAN KEYSA

Referendums in Sloan, Williamsville and Farnham have given residents of those villages an opportunity to decide whether to keep this form of local government. In all three, voters rejected dissolution by margins greater than three to one. More...