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September 20, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Baker, Spino win Republican lines

Town primary

While primary election results remain unofficial, Republican voters in the town decided on Sept. 12 that Erin Baker and Joseph Spino will represent the party on November’s election ballot. More...

GAME ON

— Williamsville Superintendent Scott Martzloff speaks during Friday’s pre-game opening ceremony of Williamsville South’s new artificial turf stadium. More...

Williamsville schools oust class ranking

The Williamsville School Board in a unanimous vote on Sept. More...

Mensch lawsuit alleges town in violation of Open Meetings Law

Mensch Capital Partners on Monday filed a lawsuit against the Town of Amherst and the Town Board, alleging officials have not complied with the town’s own laws and codes as they relate to the proposed Westwood neighborhood.  More...

District appoints human resources administrator

The Williamsville Board of Education has appointed John E. McKenna as its assistant superintendent for human resources, effective Nov. More...

Oktoberfest jubilee set for weekend

This year’s Oktoberfest celebration in the Village of Williamsville will feature a parade, children’s activities, a 5K run and other events at Island Park throughout the two-day festival. The celebration will be held from Friday, Sept. More...

Amherst administrators recognize longtime staff

The Amherst Central School District recently recognized nine staff members who had reached significant employment milestones of 25, 30 and 35 years.  According to a press release from the district, Anthony Panella, superintendent of schools, and More...

Republican event to feature past presidential cabinet member

Andrew “Andy” Card, former White House chief of staff for President George W. Bush, will be the keynote speaker at the 38th annual Amherst Republican Dinner, set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. More...