March 22, 2006 RSS feed / Local News

Man who injured officer in accident back in court

Mead charged with DWI again

Brian Mead, the Tonawanda business owner who, three years ago struck Amherst Police Officer David J. Casterline%27s patrol car while driving while intoxicated, is back in court. More...

Church purchase delayed again

For the second time in a week, the Amherst Town Board tabled its resolution to purchase Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church. More...

New dental award established

The Eighth District Dental Society recently established the Dr. Harvey D. Sprowl Leadership Award to recognize the long term contributions of members of the society to the dental profession. More...

Colorectal cancer screening available

Lifetime Health Medical Group has joined the American Cancer Society in the Colorectal Cancer Screening Initiative as the area%27s exclusive primary care provider. More...

Amherst Town Board questions EPA lawsuit

The Amherst Town Board held a special meeting Friday, March 17 to discuss the future of its pending lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency. More...

Conservancy signs Natureview pact

The Western New York Land Conservancy has signed a long awaited agreement with the Town of Amherst that gives the land preservation organization the right to forever protect Natureview Park from development. More...

District asks for voter OK on $10.6 million bond issue

Funds to be used for facility improvements

On May 16, voters in the Williamsville Central School District will vote on several issues: the 2006-07 school budget, a bus proposition, and a $21.3 million bond issue for improvements to district facilities. More...

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