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July 12, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

St. Mary’s students chosen for Junior Robotic Surgery Challenge

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Wallace announces ‘Girls in Politics’ summer essay contest

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Depew reorganization meeting sees continuation of responsibilities

The Depew School Board held its reorganization meeting July 3, electing David Sheff to continue as board president and John Spencer as vice president.  Justin Young was also sworn in as trustee for another three-year term.  More...

SS. Peter and Paul to award scholarships

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Tours of Open Gardens adds Graycliff Estate

April showers bring May flowers, which make for beautiful gardens in July. In the spirit of summer, the Tours of Open Gardens will showcase various vibrant gardens throughout Buffalo Niagara on Thursdays and Fridays in July. More...

Lancaster library to receive funding

The Lancaster Public Library will receive $5,000 to use for technology-related programs and services, including the purchase of computer equipment, or security- related items.  Lancaster is one of 11 public libraries included in state Sen. More...

PLAY BALL

— The Lancaster Depew Cubs sing the national anthem at a Bisons game against the Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Cubs line up on the baseline to have their names and numbers announced too. More...

Alden father sentenced for assaulting infant son

Joseph Jurek, 28, of Alden, has been sentenced by Erie County Court Judge Kenneth Case to four years in prison followed by two years of post-release supervision, according to Erie County District Attorney John Flynn’s office.  More...

On the Campus

Maria Pacos of Depew was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at the University of Alabama.  Kendra Ciezki and Corey Luksch, both of Lancaster, were named to the spring 2018 president’s list at the University of Alabama.  More...

Village working toward levee re-accreditation

The Village of Lancaster is continuing the process of levee system re-accreditation and aiming to save money while doing so. The board received and filed a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency at Monday’s meeting. More...

Lancaster Independence Day Celebration

IN UNIFORM — Members of the Depew Fire Department march in Lancaster’s Fourth of July parade, some carrying flags and others carrying axes. More...