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October 18, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Southtowns Scenic Byways marks 10 years

It took about five years to gather information, signatures and support for the Western New York Southtowns Scenic Byway to be approved. More...

Senators secure $100,000 to combat domestic violence

Sen. Patrick Gallivan and Sen. More...

Candidates’ forum set for Oct. 30

The League of Women Voters will sponsor a candidates’ forum for the 2018 elections. The forum will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Aurora Senior Center, located at the corner of Oakwood Avenue and King Street.  More...

Meetings

Town Board  Monday, Oct. 22  — All meetings, unless noted, begin at 7 p.m. and are held in Council Chambers at Town Hall, 1250 Union Road. Meetings are open to the public.  Zoning Board of Appeals  Wednesday, Oct. 24  More...

Engraved veterans’ bricks for sale until Feb. 15

The West Seneca Joint Veterans Committee is taking orders for its engraved veterans’ bricks program. Now is the time to recognize a veteran with the purchase of an engraved veterans brick to honor their service.  More...

Investment in private sector opioid response sees success

During the Erie County Legislature’s recent Health and Human Services Committee meeting, legislators received an update on 2017 opioid funding from Health Commissioner Gale Burstein and Mental Health Commissioner Mike Ranney.  More...

ANNIVERSARY

This month, the West Seneca Senior Citizens Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Sharon Dingwall and Saundra King, above, try their luck at a raffle Oct. 11 during a celebration at the center. More...

News Brief

Rep. Brian Higgins’ office will have staff at the West Seneca Senior Citizens Center from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Oct. More...

HIS MISSION

The Rev. Isaac Ihiasota speaks to parishioners at St. David’s Episcopal Church Monday night about his travels to Nigeria during the past 14 years as a member of a medical mission team. More...

Steps taken toward building demolition

At a West Seneca Town Board meeting last week, Supervisor Sheila Meegan said an asbestos survey was performed at 980 East and West Road, and it was determined that there is asbestos throughout the building, significantly increasing the cost of demoli More...

Bill to prevent jail violence signed into law

A bill permitting the use of TSA body image scanner devices in correctional facilities has been signed into law.  According to state Sen. Patrick Gallivan, the bill, sponsored by Sen. Gallivan and Sen. More...

Law allows judge to impose community service as penalty

Legislation to allow municipalities to impose community service as a penalty for local crimes has been signed into law. The bill, sponsored by Sen. More...

MURDER MYSTERY

Hedda, played by Cheryl Winkelman, gives her answer of “R2D2” during the “Mis-Match Game.” Kathy Reaneau plays host Molly Ringfield. More...