April 15, 2009 RSS feed / Local News

NYSDOT plans reconstruction on Niagara Falls Boulevard

The final design alternative has been selected for the proposed intersection improvement project on U.S. Route 62, Niagara Falls Boulevard, at Koenig and Ridge Lea roads in the towns of Tonawanda and Amherst. More...

Three Amherst volunteers honored at SABAH banquet

Marty Haumesser, Frank Coloprisco and Casey Colton, all of Amherst, received recognition awards from SABAH, Skating Athletes Bold at Heart, at the annual awards banquet, held recently at Ilio DiPaolo's. More...

Village moves toward RFP for private ownership of Mill parcel

To continue the momentum toward determining the future use of the Williamsville Water Mill parcel, the Village Board agreed at Monday night's meeting to develop a request for proposal to put the mill property up for private ownership. More...

SPRINGTIME IN THE COUNTRY

SPRINGTIME IN THE COUNTRY — Williamsville residents Kathy Klepp, right, and Carol Kardaman will exhibit their line of fused glass at Springtime in the Country. More...

Political News

The Committee to Re-Elect Judge Mark G. Farrell Amherst Town Justice will hold its "Spring into Action" fundraiser from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at Sonoma Grille, 5010 Main St., near Interstate 290. Tickets are $95. More...

District residents voice concerns over possible cut of nurses at private schools

A proposed personnel reduction for the Amherst Central School District's 2009-10 budget hit close to home with several district residents at last Tuesday's Board of Education meeting. More...

Parents hope cure for daughter's disorder is near; plan fundraiser

Finding a cure for Rett Syndrome could be soon, and money raised locally might give researchers the final push they need. More...

PASSOVER

PASSOVER — Rabbi Moshe Gurary with his sons, left to right, Schneur Zalman, 5, Shalom Ber, 8, and Chanaya, 2, hold seder plate and matza in preparation for a Mega Seder held April 8 at the Chabad House. More...